AI-Assisted Grading


With ALL In Learning’s AI-Assisted Grading, teachers can get an instant analysis of student work (constructed responses). They also get a recommended score to consider as they make their grading decisions.

Districts can enable the AI-Assisted Grading option to save teachers time, facilitate frequent data, promote consistency, and to provide feedback-for-learning to all students, quickly.


Create questions suited for AI-Assisted Grading:

AI-Assisted Grading is available for assessments activated for the Student Portal, where students completed a Student Work response (Student Work Graded with a rubric/Student Work graded with a simple slider) using the “Type Your Work” option. 

For more information about Student Work questions, click here.

The AI will use intructions in the question stem as criteria for grading. If the question goes with a passage, then the passage must be included via the "Add Passage" feature. For more on adding a passage, click here.

Here is an example of a well-optimized question for use with AI Assisted grading and steps for how it was created. The example includes a passage, however, a passage is not required for AI Assisted Grading.

  1. Click Lessons/Assessments > Create New > Custom Lesson/Assessment
  2. Click Insert > Student Work (Graded with a simple slider)
  3. Click Add Passage on the right side of the screen
  4. Enter the passage using the authoring tools
  5. Save your passage
  6. Enter your Question in the Question Stem field and describe the grading criteria to students. It's important to note, AI-Assisted Grading will use this criteria for grading.

  7. Click Save Question.
  8. Add Standards on the right.
  9. Set the granularity of the points slider on the right.
  10. Click File > Save 

Creating questions with a State Rubric

All in Learning automatically provides State Rubrics for Student Work simple slider questions. Assisted AI grading will provide an analysis and suggested score based on the State Rubric attached to the assessment.

To add the Rubric, create a Student Work Simple Slider question (steps above) and click the blue "Add State Rubric" button on the right.

A list of all available rubrics will appear. Click "Insert" on the rubric you would like to attach to the question. Now when the assessment is activated and you are ready to grade, the AI Assisted Grading button will grade against the chosen rubric.


Grading with AI-Assisted Grading

  1. After students submit their work, you’ll see their name on the grading screen in red (or dark pink) indicating that there is work for you to view.
  2. Click the Hand icon next to the student’s name, then click the “View” button to view the question and the student response.
  3. Click the “AI Assisted Grading” button to see the analysis and the suggested score. The point slider will automatically be set to the suggested score.
  4. Consider all the evidence and adjust the score to your judgment. You may also click "Edit Feedback For Student" then click in the text box to edit or add your own feedback. Click "Save Feedback" when you're done.
  5. When the grading is complete and the session is turned into a Report, you can view the feedback again by going to the Report and clicking Student Analysis>Student Feedback by Question>View Student Work. From this page, you can also click "Post to Student Portal" so students can view the feedback.

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