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Gradebook Workshop Slides

  1. 1. Moodle GradeBook
  2. 2. AGENDA 1 Benefits of Using Moodle Gradebook Using Moodle Gradebook with Embedded Moodle Activities 2 3 Accessing the Gradebook – Understanding Gradebook Views Aggregation Strategies – Points versus Percentages 4 5 Categories versus Grade Items Setting Values in Grade Items 6 7 Submitting Mid-Term and Final Grades Exporting your Gradebook 8
  3. 3. Gradebook Features• Automatically calculate grades• Drop lowest scores• Aggregate scores in different ways – Sum of Points – By Percentage • Different Weights per assignment
  4. 4. Accessing Gradebook• To access grades, view the ADMINISTRATION box on the left• Click GRADES• To manually enter grades,Go to GRADER REPORT and TURN EDITING ON
  5. 5. AGENDA 1 Benefits of Using Moodle Gradebook Using Moodle Gradebook with Embedded Moodle Activities 2 3 Accessing the Gradebook – Understanding Gradebook Views Aggregation Strategies – Points versus Percentages 4 5 Categories versus Grade Items Setting Values in Grade Items 6 7 Submitting Mid-Term and Final Grades Exporting your Gradebook 8
  6. 6. Aggregation Methods• Sum of Grades – Addsall grades and take theaverage• Mean of Grades –takes an average of all grades• Simple Weighted Mean of Grades --• Weighted Mean of Grades – items are given individual weights by the instructor
  7. 7. MEAN OF GRADES
  8. 8. WEIGHTED MEAN OF GRADES
  9. 9. SUM OF GRADES
  10. 10. AGENDA 1 Benefits of Using Moodle Gradebook Using Moodle Gradebook with Embedded Moodle Activities 2 3 Accessing the Gradebook – Understanding Gradebook Views Aggregation Strategies – Points versus Percentages 4 5 Categories versus Grade Items Setting Values in Grade Items 6 7 Submitting Mid-Term and Final Grades Exporting your Gradebook 8
  11. 11. Views in the Gradebook• View • Grader Report – show all grades • User Report – show grades for one student• Categories and Items • Set up gradebook• Letters • Setup numerical cutoffs for letter grades• Import/Export – Import or export gradebook
  12. 12. Initial Gradebook View
  13. 13. Getting Grades in Gradebook• Assessments created on Moodle’s main page can be placed in the gradebook – Assignments – Journals – Forums …• Columns can be created for offline assignments
  14. 14. AGENDA 1 Benefits of Using Moodle Gradebook Using Moodle Gradebook with Embedded Moodle Activities 2 3 Accessing the Gradebook – Understanding Gradebook Views Aggregation Strategies – Points versus Percentages 4 5 Categories versus Grade Items Setting Values in Grade Items 6 7 Submitting Mid-Term and Final Grades Exporting your Gradebook 8
  15. 15. Submitting Grades• Mid-term and final grades are submitted via Moodle• Grades are exported into Trinity’s student information system nightly• Grades can only be submitted once
  16. 16. AGENDA 1 Benefits of Using Moodle Gradebook Using Moodle Gradebook with Embedded Moodle Activities 2 3 Accessing the Gradebook – Understanding Gradebook Views Aggregation Strategies – Points versus Percentages 4 5 Categories versus Grade Items Setting Values in Grade Items 6 7 Submitting Mid-Term and Final Grades Exporting your Gradebook 8
  17. 17. Initial Gradebook View
  18. 18. Adding Feedback

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