Rubrics in iDoceo

It is possible to use rubrics in your class gradebook. To create one, you can go to Menu > Grade Types & Rubrics > Blue Plus sign > Rubric; and to add them to your gradebook, go to Add Column > Rubrics > Select the one you need.
Alternatively, you can create a rubric from Add Column > Rubrics > Plus blue sign > Rubric; or you can download one from iDoceo Connect Library by selecting the option Browse online rubrics library.

If you want to share one of your rubrics to the online library, go to Grade Types & Rubrics, tap on the three dots of a rubric and select the option Share with a cloud symbol.

Rubric configuration

In the rubric settings from top to bottom:
You can specify how many columns and rows it should have.
The row heigh and column width.
The text alignment for headers and for cell text.
How should the result be calculated: Addition, Simple Addition, Percentage, Average, or none.
Whether the weight should be the same for all rows.
Whether to take into account empty rows (rows for which a student has not been graded).
The last option is to import your rubric data from a CSV or XLS file that already has it.

Below you can see an example of the format you should use to make the file and how it would look after importing it.

You can always access the settings of a rubric by clicking on the blue tool icon in the bottom right corner

Row and column options

You enter a column menu by tapping on it, there you can add the points that would be given to a student for selecting one of its cells, you can give it a colour and add the necessary text. You can move or delete the column as well.
On the row menu, you can add the title and description for each and if you have not selected the option of equal weights, you can assign the weight for this row here. Also, if you use standards and key skills, you can assign them there too for each row.

Other options include moving the row position, erasing it and copying it to another rubric.

Quick Conversion on rubrics

Besides the result method selected for a rubric, it is possible to use a grade type you have already created, either numeric or text based, to display a different result. This is done using the quick conversions.

You can add a quick conversion from Menu > Settings > Quick Conversion > Add. After that just assign the one you need from the column configuration of a rubric.
The settings of a grade conversion grade are taking from the numeric or text based grade that was chosen when creating it. So to change anything, it is necessary to edit the original grade from Menu > Grade types & Rubrics.

The example below is converting the rubric result to a 0-10 grade with colors.

Rubrics in formulas

Rubrics can be used as part of your formula calculations like any other column or category. Just select the one you need from the column selection in the bottom right of the formula menu.

If you would like to use only certain rows of a rubric for your formula, you can do this by selecting the rubric icon and then the row you want.

Standards and Key skills in a rubric

If you are using standards and key skills in your gradebook, and you have assigned the corresponding ones to each row in a rubric, you will be able to see the arraignment in the same way that it is done for columns and caterogies, using the options standards and key skills. You can have both of them active at the same time.

If you want to assign a standard to the whole rubric, do so from the column configuration menu > Standards - Key skills.