You can assess rubrics with textual performance levels, such as “Excellent”, or with text and a numeric score, such as “Excellent (90 points)”. There are several ways to score a rubric.
Performance levels are indicated by Text Only. For example, three performance levels for a rubric can be “Poor”, “Good”, and “Excellent”.
Similar to Text Only, but includes points to assess performance. For example, three performance levels for a rubric can be “Poor (0 points)”, “Good (75 points)”, and “Excellent (125 points)”.
This scoring method is only available to analytic rubrics.
The Custom Points scoring method is similar to the Points scoring method, but you can customize the points given for each criterion. For example, if performance levels are “Poor”, “Good”, and “Excellent”, then the criterion “Spelling and Grammar” can be worth 0 points, 10 points, and 20 points for each level, and the criterion “Expression” can be worth 0 points, 30 points, and 60 points, making it worth three times the points of “Spelling and Grammar”.
Percentages is only available to holistic rubrics.
A holistic rubric using Percentages can be automatically assessed based on the score of its associated item (for example, a Grade item).