Performance levels can be added to rubrics 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). The performance levels are averaged in the analytics area at both the aggregate and disaggregated individual level when assessing performance-based skills.
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.
- Super Admin
- Account Owner
To enable performance levels in your rubric
- The Account Owner is the only person who can enable performance levels
- Navigate to Account Settings
- Click on Rubric
4. To add performance levels to an existing framework
a. Unpublish the framework
b. Edit the framework
c. Continue to step 6
5. To add performance levels to a new framework
a. Click New
b. Name your rubric
c. Decide how many tiers you wish to have in your rubric and which tier will
have the checkbox next to it
d. Continue to step 6
6. To add performance levels to a framework
a. Click Next to go to the second step
b. Enable Performance Levels
c. Decide whether you want global performance level descriptions that apply to
all tags in your framework, or if you would like to have specific performance
level descriptions for each tag in your framework.
a. If you wish to have the same descriptions for all tags in your
a. leave the Unique Descriptions option off
b. add the name and description for each performance level on
- If you wish to have specific performance level descriptions for each tag in your framework
a. Turn the Unique Descriptions option on
b. Add the names for each performance level on this page
c. Click Next
d. Edit each tag in your framework by adding descriptions for each
e. Click Save and Exit
f. Publish your Rubric with your added performance levels
If you’d like more information about using rubrics or frameworks in Huddles, check out the following articles.