Using Google Forms you can create Self Grading Rubrics. When you create a new Google Form, I have my students add their period along with their first and last name as the first part of the self-grading rubric. Then you are ready to start the questions. Using the rubric from a project, you have students answer questions about the rubric and how they did accordingly. Here is a how-to video about how to create self-grading rubrics Self-Grading Rubric
Digital kits are nothing more than collections of content: still images, video clips, audio clips, passages of text - connected to the topic being studied that teachers assemble for their kids before a project even begins. Then, students use the content in digital kits to assemble their final products. When you search for images directly in Docs, Google ONLY returns images that are licensed for reuse and modification. For more information and a step-by-step tutorial you can click on the link: Digital Kits
State Standards and NeSA scores in the state of Nebraska are what teachers are worried about and students brains become fried when the week of NeSA testing is over. However, to make your lives a little easier there is a way to use Google Spreadsheet to input grades for all of your students and should take about 15 minutes to complete. When students have access to the spreadsheet, they input the marks that they received for each question. Each question has been given a category. Once all the marks have been input, the relevant percentages for each category are displayed, giving an indication of strengths / areas for improvement. Here are some screenshots of the spreadsheet.