At BETT 2020, Google for Education made a huge announcement: rubrics are leaving beta. Soon all teachers will be able to use rubrics in their Google Classrooms. Check out their The Keyword blog post:
I am honored to be quoted in this blog post. Speaking about rubrics, I shared:
“[Rubrics enable] teachers to give much more detailed feedback than just a text comment. Students can now see both what is expected of them and how they did in meeting expectations…Rubrics save teachers times in two ways: You can reuse rubrics and you can also duplicate criterion.”Tom Mullaney as quoted on Google’s The Keyword blog, 1/21/20
To learn how to create a rubric in Google Classroom, please watch this video:
To learn how to grade using rubrics, please watch this video:
To learn two ways Google Classroom rubrics save teachers time, please watch this video:
What do you think? How will you use Google Classroom rubrics? Please comment below or tweet me, @TomEMullaney.
Does your school, organization, or conference need professional development to help teachers make the most of Google Classroom? Have a look at some of my offerings and connect with me on Twitter.
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I wonder if this functionality is partially released. “Create rubric” doesn’t show up when I create an assignment, even after waiting several minutes.
Same here! Can’t wait to be able to use this feature! Thank you for your support.
Hi Julie, you should have rubrics now.
I do and it works great! Thank you!