Performance Levels can be added to Frameworks you author in Sibme. These ratings can be added to the standard/competency tags that you add to videos in Assessment Huddles and Coaching Huddles (if Performance Levels are enabled in coaching). Performance Levels can be reported on in videos and reports either at the aggregated level or disaggregated for individual users.
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.
Steps to accomplish the task:
The Account Owner is the only person who can enable Performance Levels. To get to the Rubrics & Frameworks editor, click your name in the top right corner and choose Account Settings. From the Account Settings page, click on the Rubrics & Frameworks tile.
Performance Levels can be added to an existing Framework or to a Framework when it is being built. If the Framework has already been built, then make sure it is unpublished and click the Add button in the Performance Level column. We do not recommend editing a Framework once it has been published. If you make changes to a Framework once it has been published, any framework tags in videos will be changed or deleted.
If you are creating a new Framework, then you will be given the option to add Performance Levels to the Framework during the creation process.
The first thing you need to do is add a Performance Level by clicking the (+) button. By default, the Performance Levels entered will be Global. If you would like Unique Descriptors for your Performance Levels, then click on the Unique Descriptors button at the top of the screen. Unique Descriptors will be discussed in more detail later in the section “Adding Unique Descriptors to Your Framework”.
Adding Unique Descriptions to Your Framework
Unique Descriptions will allow you to add a Unique Description to each checkbox tier of a Framework. Selecting this option will remove the Global Description boxes from the Performance Level screen. You will create the list of your PL Titles, as described above, and enter your unique descriptions for each standard on your Framework in the next step.
If you’d like more information about using rubrics or frameworks in Huddles, check out the following articles.