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Levels 4 years 5 months ago #6323

Can anyone tell me how the 'levels' work within a rubric? It is in the row editing box when creating a rubric.
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Levels 4 years 5 months ago #6324

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Hello Megan,
That is an additional field used only for reference in the gradebook's formulas. It still is a work in progress.

Assigning a level will let you select specific rows in a rubric that match a certain level.
Here is an image. We've assigned Level A to a row in our rubric and this same Level A is shown when working the formulas.


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Levels 4 years 5 months ago #6326

Hi Bert
Thanks for replying. How did you get to the second image? Can you calculate a grade from the levels only? So I have set up my levels as my syllabus outcomes, and these outcomes may be addressed within a few assessments/rubrics (ie a row in multiple rubrics). Id like to be able to calculate a score/grade that extracts results from multiple rubrics relating to that outcome/level for reporting purposes. Does this sound possible?
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Yes, it is possible but may be cumbersome to configure if you work with lots of rubrics.
The second screen is the formula configurator: Add column > Calculation > Formula

You can work with levels from this screen. More details on formulas here
www.idoceo.net/index.php/en/howto/calcul...4-your-first-formula
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