Article for Administrator/Teacher/Educator

The rubrics you create yourself in the rubric editor in Unikum Share are intended for formative assessment with the students but can also be used for other purposes.

The criteria tables for school subjects, which in Unikum are blue, are already attached to each subject under Knowledge, so you don't need to create them yourselves.

If you want a rubric in a plan, you should create it in the rubric bank first in Unikum Share and then copy it into your plan. That way, you can use the same rubric in multiple plans.

Creating a rubric in two different ways

  • Brand new
  • Copying an existing one

Create a new rubric

  • From your homepage, go to Unikum Share.
  • Go to the Rubrics tab.
  • Click on Create new.
  • Fill in all fields and click Save draft to start filling in content.

  • Add content and don't forget to mark the rubric with the subject(s) it pertains to (if it's applicable to you).

Explanation for the different parts of the rubric:

Level - You decide how many levels should exist in the rubric and what they should be called. Just click on the text to change it. Levels can, for example, be "Has not yet attained basic knowledge," "Has basic knowledge," "Has good knowledge," etc.

Header - If you want to divide the content into different sections, you can use headers between the different aspects or just one at the top. To add a header, click on "New header." To insert or change existing header text, just click on the text and modify it.

Subtext under header - Below a header text, there is an empty box where you can insert text if you want. Just click on the box and type your text.

Aspect - To divide what the student should be assessed on, create any number of aspects. Different aspects in English could be "oral communication" and "written communication." To add an aspect, click on "New aspect." To insert or modify an aspect text, simply click on the text and change it.

Content in Aspects - Under each aspect, there is an empty box where you write your text. Just click on the box and type your text. Note that the content here is not part of the rubric, i.e., not a "rubric cell" that you and the user can mark.

Link - To fetch content from the curriculum, select "Link" and then your subject(s) to retrieve content from the syllabus. Note! Linked points do not appear in their entirety when the rubric is used, as it would take up too much space. They serve only as guidance for the user and appear upon mouse-over in the used rubric.