This lesson is a collection of how-to articles that will help when creating gradebook entries. In Markboard, there are 4 different types of entires that you can track and grade. Score, Rubric, Binary and Observation. A binary assessment is a pass/fail option, optimal for marking whether a student completed what was expected of them.
- This article will explain how to create a Score Assessment within Markboard. A score assessment is essentially a mark "out of" a certain number. This allows to track what a student got out of a total number of points when it comes to a project, quiz, test, etc.
- This article will explain how to create a Rubric Assessment within Markboard. A rubric allows for the teacher to create a rubric with set expectations to reach and review, allowing them to mark their student based on how the met what the rubric required.
- This article will explain how to create a Binary Assessment within Markboard. A binary assessment is a pass/fail option, commonly used for marking whether a student completed a task or assignment.
- This article is how to create an observation. An observation allows teachers to create comments on a single student, a group, or an entire class. It isn't a mark, but allows teachers to track activity, behaviour, etc.
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