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Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS
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Creating Online Assessment Using Moodle CMS

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  • 1. Creating Assessment using Moodle Course Management System Neny Isharyanti, M.A.
  • 2. What are your problems in assessing students’ performance?
  • 3. How Moodle can help you assessing students’ performance?
    • Grade management
    • Time management
    • Students’ autonomy
    • Peer-assessment
    • ‘ Green’ assessment
  • 4. What features of Moodle that you are familiar with?
  • 5. What do you want to know from those features?
  • 6. Some features of Moodle that can be used for assessment
    • Assignments
    • Forum
    • Quizzes
  • 7. Assignments
    • The uses of assignments
      • Offline activity
      • Upload a single file
      • Online text
      • Advanced uploading files
  • 8. How to create an assignment in Moodle?
    • Let’s give it a try!
    • Please create:
      • Advanced uploading of files
      • Online text
      • Upload a single file
      • Offline Activity
    • Look at your handout for details.
  • 9. Grading an assignment
    • Three ways of viewing an assignment
      • In the Assignments in Activities Block (left column)
      • In the Course Content (middle column)
      • In the Grade in Administration Block (left column)
    • Click on the assignment
      • Fast, bulk grading  directly on the assignment page
      • Slow, individual grading  click the individual grade link for each student
  • 10. Creative Practices in Assignments
    • Offline activity
      • Presentation
      • Participation
      • Non-digital portfolio
    • Uploading file(s)
      • Essays
      • Photos
      • Presentation files
      • Case studies (background & data as resources, problem statement as assignment description, discussions in forum)
  • 11. Forum
    • The uses of forum
      • Peer assessment
      • Q & A for problem solving
      • FAQ
      • Social forum
      • Interviews
      • debate
    • Assessable uses of forum
      • Peer Assessment  offline activity
      • Q & A  offline activity
      • Participation  offline activity
  • 12. How to Create a Forum?
    • Let’s give it a try!
    • Create a standard forum.
    • See your handout for details.
  • 13. Effective Uses of Forum
    • Providing prompts
      • Questions
      • Unfinished sentences
    • Encouraging participation
      • A discussion of a case
      • A presentation on reading
      • Merging f2f and online discussion
    • Grading forum
      • Clear criteria for assessment  quantity vs. quality
  • 14. Quizzes
    • The types of questions that Moodle can handle:
      • Multiple choice
      • True/false
      • Short answer
      • Numerical
      • Matching
      • Random short-answer matching
      • Calculated
      • Essay
      • Embedded answers (Cloze)
  • 15. Effective Quiz Practices
    • Question  course goal
    • Multiple questions  important ideas
    • Wrong answer  common misconception
    • Different kinds of questions
      • Recall
      • comprehension questions
      • application and analysis questions
    • Test your questions  item analysis
  • 16. How to Create a Quiz?
    • Two parts of a quiz
      • Quiz Body – the container
      • Questions Pools – the questions
    • First, let’s create the quiz body
      • See your handout for details
    • Then, create the question pools
      • Create 1 question for each type of question
      • See your handout for details
    • Then, add the questions to the quiz
  • 17. Grading Quiz
    • Three ways of viewing an assignment
      • In the Quizzes in Activities Block (left column)
      • In the Course Content (middle column)
      • In the Grade in Administration Block (left column)
    • Click on the Quiz
      • Overview
      • Regrade
      • Manual Grading
      • Item Analysis
  • 18. Grade Management
    • To view  Grade in Administration Block
    • Set Preferences
    • Advanced Features
      • View Grade
      • Set Preferences
      • Set Categories
      • Set Weight
      • Set Grade Letters
      • Grade Exceptions
  • 19. Contact
    • Neny Isharyanti
    • [email_address]
    • [email_address]
    • http://neny.edublogs.org  portfolio

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