If you click on the right button of the mouse on the + button to create a new column, you will be able to create new columns for self-assessments and peer-assessments with rubrics.
Note: The Self-assessment and Peer-assessment options are only available in the web version.
If you click on the Self-assessment option, a pop-up window will appear asking you to choose a title for the column and the rubric you want students to use to assess themselves. You can also choose if you want the mark of the rubric to be displayed at the time of evaluation. You will have to press the Save option to create the column.
Once it has been saved, a message will pop-up asking you if you want to send a link with the self-assessment rubric to all the students and you will be shown the names of the students that do not have a linked email address. If you press Yess to continue, the self-assessment link will be sent to students with an email address linked in their profile.
If you click on Peer-assessment, a modal window will pop up, giving you the chance to choose how to assess the students and whether they are their peers or their responsible person.
In the first place it is necessary choosing a title for the column and deciding which rubric will be used for the peer-assessment. You can also choose if you want the note of the rubric to be displayed at the time of evaluation. Next you will be able to choose the number of students that will assess that student, so a selection of students to assess the same student will be randomly created.
You can add more students by pressing on the + button, or assign them again randomly by pressing on the circular arrows.
You can also delete the people who are designed to participate in the peer-assessment by clicking on the cross that appears next to the name of the person you want to delete.
Once it has been completed, you only have to press on the Send option.
Note: The students who do not have an email linked to their profile will be written in red, as the key in the bottom part of the pop-up window indicates.
The students who have more than one rubric of peer assessment for evaluation will receive a single mail with all the links to the rubrics of each partner that they have to mark.
If you select more than one student to do the peer-assesment between class students, the option "Add average column" could be checked, and then a new column will be added to make the average between the different evaluations that a student has received.
Just like before, you first have to select a title for the column and choose which rubric will be used to assess the student. With this option you can select who will assess the student manually; you only have to enter the email of the students in charge of the assessment in the correct section.
Once this is completed, you only have to click on the Send option.
The responsible person of each student can also assess them. It is therefore necessary that students have the email of their responsible person or people linked to their profile, because otherwise a message will pop-up indicating there are responsible people without an email address.
To send the assessment, you will have to enter a title and select the chosen rubric, just like in the other types of assessment. The email of the responsible person will appear in the corresponding section, whereas you can enter manually the email of the responsible people who do not have it linked yet.
Once this is completed, you only have to press on the Send option.
When the self-assessment or the peer-assessment is sent, students will get an email with the link of the rubric they will use to assess themselves or a classmate. Once they have received the email, they will only have to open the link, complete the rubric and press on the Send option. The mark of the student will appear on its cell and the rubric will be completed.
Once you have received the assessments, these will appear in the cells of the corresponding columns. By pressing on the right button of the mouse and selecting on the Comment option, you will be able to see the date and the time the self-assessment was completed, as well as its updates. In the case of peer-assessments, the name of the student or the responsible person who completed it will appear.
If you lock the self-assessment and peer-assessment column, you will limit the access to that part of the rubric. If you want to know how to set a deadline for entering the assessment, you can get more information here: Locking columns.