Unit 3 Lesson 26- Rubric?

As I go through Unit 3, Lesson 26 (Platform Jumper game), the assessment level 17 normally shows a rubric where I can give feedback to my students. I don’t see one this time. I also don’t see a rubric in the lesson plan area where I normally do. I am using the most current version, 2021-2022 and am wondering if that was taken out on purpose.
Thanks for your help,
Amy

Hi @amy.hipskind,

I just checked and I see the rubric on my end:

Can you please log out of your verified teacher account and log back in? That might reset whatever issues are showing up.

I’m also going to recategorize this post to the CSD board so other folks with the same issue can find your post more easily.

Have a great night!
–Michael K.

Hi Michael,

I also see that rubric on the code.studio website, but there is no where to give students feedback like there is on all the other levels. Also, there is no rubric link on the lesson plan like other big project levels. I found a link for the rubric on the lesson plan for the 2020-21 version, but not on the newest version so I was wondering if it was deleted for the 2021-22 version.

(Sorry for not explaining myself better)

Amy

Hi Amy,

I looked around both the 20-21 and current version for the rubrics. The ones I checked do appear blank on my end as well (including the one you mentioned above). I do wonder if they are updating these levels but I am not sure. I would suggest contacting support and let them know what you are seeing in case they are not aware.
~Michelle

Hey @amy.hipskind ,

Sorry you’re having issues with the rubric in this lesson! There are a few things I’d like to clarify to see if there’s an issue on our end:

I also see that rubric on the code.studio website, but there is no where to give students feedback like there is on all the other levels.

I noticed that when you do not have a student selected, no Feedback panel shows up (see below)

But - when I do select a student using the teacher panel in the pull-out menu on the right, the feedback and Keep Working boxes appear:

Transparently: I don’t use these features everyday, so I’m not sure if this is different than how its worked in the past. Does this same thing happen for you? Is this how it’s behaved in the past, or is this a new / unexpected behavior?

Also, there is no rubric link on the lesson plan like other big project levels. I found a link for the rubric on the lesson plan for the 2020-21 version, but not on the newest version so I was wondering if it was deleted for the 2021-22 version.

Just to clarify: you’re saying no rubric appears for Lesson 26: Using the Game Design Project, yes? I ask because: the next lesson has a very similar title (Lesson 27 - Design a Game) which is a longer project and does have a rubric linked in the lesson plan. I couldn’t find a rubric for Lesson 26 in previous years, but I could find ones for Lesson 27 - just want to double-check which lesson is missing the rubric and may have appeared in previous years?

Thanks!
Dan - Code.org Curriculum Writer

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Hi Dan,
I didn’t have a student selected because they hadn’t started the level yet-- so that is my bad. Now when I select a student, the choice to select a rubric level and give feedback is there. Geesh- sorry about that!
As for the rubric on the lesson plan for lesson 26, I guess there isn’t one. I must have created my own for the first time I taught Unit 3 last semester so when I didn’t see one for Lesson 26 for the 2021-22 version, I thought it was a glitch, or just missing.

I think I just used the rubric format for some of the other “larger” lessons and adapted it to make it work for Lesson 26 for my students. I guess I just thought that since the kids put so much time and work into coding the platform game, I would want something more than just assessing that their game reflected their project guide, which is what the rubric on level 17 on Lesson 26 shows.
Thank you so much for all your help with this topic. I really appreciate all of your work and investigation into it.
Amy

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