Let's take a look at how to configure a rubric for assessing satisfactory performance. Regardless of task type you'll be able to use this rubric with your assignment in speedgrader tube which will speed up the process for feedback. To add a rubric to identify satisfactory performance first click the add rubric button and either author a new rubric or find one that is already prepared. In this instance let's make one from scratch you should title the rubric according to the assessment task specify that this is the competency rubric then add the observable or assessable criteria and set to rating choices adjust your full mark rating choice to be one point this is satisfactory performance. Now ensure that your no mark rating choice is zero points and this is not yet satisfactory performance or simply not satisfactory. Be sure to click the update rubric button as a tip do this regularly as you populate your rubric so as not to lose any work. Review your rubric you should see that the total points possible in this rubric equal the total number of criteria that you are observing or assessing. You'll use this rubric to assess satisfactory performance in speedgrader make sure you tick the box that states use this rubric for assignment grading this will allow you to make grading easier by using this rubric in speed grader. Now that your rubric is configured let's go check it out in speed grader and see how you would use it under related items. Click speed grader this will take you to the speed grader in canvas click the view rubric button this will show you the rubric you've just created. You can select the appropriate rating for each criteria highlighted green and leave comments if desired. The rubric will automatically calculate the total points and display at the bottom once finished click Save it's important to notice that the grade will show is complete by default but if the student has not scored satisfactory on all criteria then you'll need to manually change to incomplete. If the total points do not equate to the total number of criteria then the student has not demonstrated satisfactory completion of the task and will need to resubmit you can advise the student of this in the assignment comments box and click Submit. Navigate to grades either from speed grader or from main course navigation. The assignment competency rubric entry will display either as a tick or a cross a tick represents satisfactory performance. A cross indicates they have not yet demonstrated satisfactory completion of the task and therefore you will not be able to provide feedback for grading. If a student is deemed satisfactory you can proceed to provide feedback for grading if this is required by your course. Watch the next video to see how to configure your second assignment entry that includes the grading criteria.
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Starting and stopping the video
- Use the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination to navigate the video player controls.
- Navigate to the Play button using the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination.
- Press the Spacebar or Enter key to toggle between play and pause.
- Navigate to the closed captions button using the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination.
- Press the Spacebar or Enter key to open the closed captions menu.
- Navigate to the preferred close captions option using the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination.
- Press the Spacebar or Enter key to activate the close caption option.
- Navigate to the volume slider using the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination.
- Press the left or right arrow to decrease and increase the volume.
- Navigate to the full screen button using the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination.
- Press the Spacebar or Enter key to toggle between full screen video and normal size.