Creating a reusuable rubric in Word (Mac) – THE VIDEO!

It’s like Christmas a little huh? Everyone was probably having difficulties sleeping and wonder when, oh when, will Patrick unveil this video. Will put away the milk and cookies because here it is kiddies. This will walk you through how to make a template in Microsoft Word 2011 (Mac). These steps will also work with Microsoft Word 2008 (Mac). The PC version is coming soon.

3 thoughts on “Creating a reusuable rubric in Word (Mac) – THE VIDEO!”

  1. this is very helpful indeed – is there a way of making the total score generate automatically though rather than having to enter it as a free text?
    many thanks,
    Ben

  2. I am a maths teacher who uses word 2011 to draw shapes. I used to use snap to grid in 2008 to draw shapes. It doesn’t seem to work in word 2011 i.e. the freeform shape doesn’t seem to snap to any grid that I can see! Can I make a document and save it as a template so that the freeform shape will snap to grid

  3. […] Grading may not be the most pleasurable act involved in our honorary profession, but at least we can streamline the process and make it a little easier on you. This works for Word 2003, 2007, and most probably 2010. It will help you create a reusable rubric or check list to help you speed through those piles of projects, papers, or presentations. If you have a Mac and would like to know how to do it, click on this link for the article and this link for the video. […]

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