Grade Your Google Classroom Assignments with Goobric

This article might help you if you:

  1. Want a faster way to grade
  2. Use Google Apps
  3. Like to click less

Several teachers at KAS are using Goobric — and it is a smooth way to grade your assignments.

When asked why someone should use Goobric, teachers who are using it were a bit dumbfounded. The consensus was “Because it’s awesome.”

Really, you save paper and time.

A few tips before you start …

  • Make sure you have not renamed or moved your Google Classroom folders. If you have it can still work, but you might run into problems.
  • Set a rubric up in Google Sheets beforehand.
  • On your rubric, be sure to leave the upper left corner completely blank.

With a little effort in the beginning, you can be grading in no time.

Goobric makes me almost wish I had more papers to grade.

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