Friday, February 2, 2024

Score Smarter, Not Harder: Streamline Grading with ChatGPT's Rubric Revolution

If you have some writing responses that you would like to have that extra set of "eyes" look at it - try giving AI a chance. 

I was recently in a classroom working with a teacher and went through the steps on how to use ChatGPT to take a first look at the responses and score the responses using a rubric as well as give some constructive criticism, 

The teacher provided me with a rubric and the student responses.

Below are the steps I took to prompt ChatGPT (click here for the doc).

To create a rubric from a PDF you can type in something like this: Please note I copied the rubric and pasted into ChatGPT and asked the following:

Can you categorize this rubric with criterion and create it in a 4 3 2 1 rubric format for an opinion piece?

If you use the above rubric for a personal narrative response - would you be able to mark it if I give you my students' responses and please leave a score of 1 through 4 for each criterion? 

Please also leave a grow, a glow, and some questions for the students.

Here is the rubric

Personal Narrative Rubric

Criterion: Personal Experience with Sensory Details

4: Develops an engaging personal experience with sensory details
3: Tells about a personal experience with some sensory details
2: Tries to describe a personal experience but lacks details
1: Does not share a personal experience and has no sensory details

Criterion: Beginning, Middle, and End with Sequence Words
4: Has a beginning, a middle, and an end with sequence words to tell events in order
3: Has a beginning, a middle, and an end with some sequence words to link events in order
2: Does not use sequence words and tells some events out of order
1: Tells events out of order and is confusing

Criterion: Strong Conclusion
4: Has a strong conclusion that supports the rest of the story
3: Has a somewhat strong conclusion
2: Has a weak conclusion
1: Does not have a conclusion

Criterion: Writing Mechanics (Grammar and Spelling)
4: Is free or almost free of errors
3: Has a few errors but is easy to read
2: Has frequent errors that make it hard to understand
1: Has many errors that make it difficult to follow

I then pasted in a student's response and it scored it brilliantly. Please note that if you are not satisfied with the response you are receiving - please rephrase the way you asked ChatGPT.

Also, it is important to note that when you receive the response, you can copy it into a Google Doc and print it out. 

Then, please go back into the thread in ChatGPT and place the next student's response.

Embedded below is a 2 minute and 9 second YouTube tutorial.

Take care,

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