Embedding custom frameworks/rubrics in your account allow you to support your organization’s goals. Tag standards or competencies to video comments and track this data across your program, school, district, or education-related organization. Not only can you embed multiple frameworks/rubrics in your account, but you have the ability to select the appropriate framework/rubric for each video shared in a Huddle.

First, let’s define two terms. In the Sibme platform, the items that you check in a video are called a Framework. When you choose to add performance levels to the framework, it becomes a Rubric. Throughout this article, we’ll refer to the items in your checklist as a framework.

Who is this article for?

Based on the default user settings in the Sibme platform, you should have permission to complete this task if you are one of the user levels listed below. If you do not see the screens in this article, you can ask your administrator if you have permission.

  • Permission to assign frameworks to Huddle videos are defaulted to the Admin (Collaboration) or Coaches (Coaching) in the Huddle.
  • The Admin or Coach in the Huddle can allow all huddle members to assign frameworks to videos in the huddle by selecting this permission in the “Other Huddle Settings” during Huddle creation or Huddle editing.

Steps to accomplish the task:

To assign a Framework to a video, open the video viewer in the Huddle and click on the Framework tab.

If a framework was selected as the default during Huddle, you will see a preview below the dropdown menu. Confirm the default framework or select a different framework from the dropdown menu.

Click the green Use Framework button. You will see a notification reminding you that this selection cannot be undone.

Once assigned, you can begin using your framework.

 What’s Next:

How do I author frameworks and rubrics?

What is the difference between a custom video marker tag and a framework tag?

What is the difference between a framework and a rubric in Sibme?

How do I enable rubrics and frameworks in Sibme?

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