Welcome back! I hope you all had a restful and fun holiday! One of my earlier posts this fall discussed the tool Orange Slice, which is an add-on for Google that allows you to easily insert and use rubrics with Google docs. Today I wanted to look at another rubric tool called DocAppender. This tool is similar to Orange Slice in that it is a Google add-on, but this tool allows you use a Google Form that stamps a rubric into your document.
To use the tool, you basically create a Google Form, add the DocAppender add-on to the form (which you only need to do once). Then you can choose a folder where the student documents are stored, and if you use Google Classroom, this works seamlessly to include your Classroom folders. You then choose rubric items to use for that particular assignment, choose the score, and submit. The rubric is then stamped onto the assignment you are grading. It can also work really well for peer editing. See the links below for some tutorials and more information.
Youtube Tutorial on Using DocAppender
Step by step instructions and examples for DocAppender