For example, if the teacher wants to have students transcribe a word, the teacher knows what the correct answer should be. Allow teachers to determine the correct answer for short typed responses so that they grade automatically.
Ability to Assign Assessments to Individual Students
Right now any assessment is available to everyone in the class. There are times when one student might need a different time limit than others. If some students didn't complete an assessment there would be less confusion when making the assessment...
Have Proficiency Based Grading Scale Available in Rubrics Instead of Numbers
As districts switch from traditional grades to competency-based grades, it would be helpful to mark students in terms of their proficiency level instead of a numeric score. Instead of 0-10 the breakdown would be No Evidence, In Progress, Partially...
almost 3 years ago
in Grading / Rubrics
Likely to implement
Idea from Adam Giedd: To promote student review of work, give teachers the option to have students choose 1, 2, or 3 of their best responses from any given assessment. Over time this will create a true portfolio of the students' best work. Share t...
Ongoing Assessment so students can't pause between questions
After students respond to a question, add a "Submit and Next Question" option so that students can't pause between questions. Currently, after responding students are lead back to the Assessment page to select the next question.
Ability to provide a cumulative score by Assessment
Right now a score is provided per question if a rubric is present. A cumulative score for the assessment is calculated based on this. Some prefer to grade the entire assessment rather than a grade per question to make grading more efficient.
I would love for students to be able to share their slides/screen record while doing a video that also shows them - I'm particularly thinking of presentational speaking tasks. Right now I am having students create a video on loom and then upload t...
As a teacher, I want the ability to upload multiple images for a single question, creating an "Image Slideshow" for students to tab through while they record a single response. Sometimes images with a lot of information can be difficult for studen...