Sunday, October 6, 2013

Make a Rubric with Google Forms

This week our students have been working on reader's theater projects to perform at our first ever MPES Reading Night.  Since we are spending quite a bit of class time on this project, the students will be assessed on their work.

So I decided to make a rubric to make assessing the project manageable.  To do this, I used a Google Form.  It looks like this:

Here is how I made this rubric:

After I made the first question "Name", I then created the second question using the choice "Grid".  I then chose my criteria for the rows and my scale for the columns.  

One other thing I did was to mark all of the choices at the bottom of my Google Form.  

This allows me to choose to submit another response directly after scoring one student.  I can also quickly edit my response or see the previous responses.  

If you are planning to use a rubric to score an assignment or project, I highly recommend using Google Forms.

1 comment:

Judy said...

Thanks for the step-by-step directions. I just made my first rubric following your steps, and plan to share the concept with teachers.