Excel Template for Rubrics?

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1 year 3 months ago #30870 by DennisGoedbloed
Excel Template for Rubrics? was created by DennisGoedbloed
Hi!

Is there, by any chance, a template for Excel so I can create a rubric on a computer?
Getting the text in is a lot faster with a physical keyboard.

I am creating a tutorial video how to do this for fellow teachers (in Dutch, sorry) and would like to link to where they can download such a template in the description of the tutorial.
(link to YouTube channel with only iDoceo tuts (all Dutch too ))

Kind regards,
Dennis

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1 year 3 months ago - 1 year 3 months ago #30871 by bert
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Hello Dennis,
 Any Excel file with a simple structure will work.
 Just select 'Import rubric's data' and import the XLS file.
Find attached below a simple sample.
If you need more info or assistance for those tutorials or if you miss a particular feature
for our dutch users, do let me know!




 
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1 year 3 months ago #30874 by DennisGoedbloed
Replied by DennisGoedbloed on topic Excel Template for Rubrics?
Hi Bert, thanks for the quick reply (again!).

I'm aware of the function you mention , as well as the fact that you can use any excel (as long as you use the first row and column for awarded score and criteria).
It is just that I wanted to provide the viewers with a link (preferrably to the home of iDoceo) where they can download an excel template. Just like there is for exams (although there IS a necessity for it).

If there is none, I will just leave that empty in the description of the video.

I think the Dutchies are just cool with what there is at the moment!

A few suggestions then!:
Perhaps it would be awesome to have some different question types for exams: drag the presented options in the right order (pictures too), or drag pictures to a specific hot-spot.
And ofcourse more possibilities with video! In exams, rubrics, peer and self assessment, etc.
Almost forgot: better abilities to work together on the same items at the same time.
Then there is generating results of student attendance, combining those from different tabs.
Last for now: perhaps an easier way to add portrait pictures to a lot of students, quickly. That is now a tedious task every school year.

Don't get me wrong: we love using iDoceo and are using it on a daily basis with about 9 collegues now (who are all PE related).

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