Using the Gradebook: Part 1
•   Locate the Gradebook•   Organise grades•   Customise grades•   Use numeric and letter grades and scales•   Use outcome...
Your questions?
Where is it?
Which activities show in the              Gradebook?•   Quiz•   Assignments•   Lesson•   SCORM package•   Workshop•   Glos...
Organising the grades• Numeric grade: A numerical grade between 1  and 100. This is already set up and ready to use  withi...
Customising grades: Scales
A standard scale is available site-wide, for all courses.An ordered list of values, ranging fromnegative to positive, sepa...
Customising grades: Letters
Click this box to change the scales.You can use letters or words here.  This setting determines the minimum  percentage ov...
Adding an assignment
You must provide a (useful) name  and a descriptionSelect how you want to grade theassignment
Your new assignment appears automatically inthe Gradebook
Grading an assignment     Click on Grade
Select your  grade hereGive your feedback here        Progress through the        students here
In the next exciting instalment…• Organise the Gradebook into categories• Calculate course grades (including  normalisatio...
Plus…. A special guest appearance                                     2. ‘Advanced Upload’ Drop Box                       ...
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Using the gradebook part 1

  1. 1. Using the Gradebook: Part 1
  2. 2. • Locate the Gradebook• Organise grades• Customise grades• Use numeric and letter grades and scales• Use outcomes• Add assignments• Add outcomes to an assignment.
  3. 3. Your questions?
  4. 4. Where is it?
  5. 5. Which activities show in the Gradebook?• Quiz• Assignments• Lesson• SCORM package• Workshop• Glossary• Forum
  6. 6. Organising the grades• Numeric grade: A numerical grade between 1 and 100. This is already set up and ready to use within all Moodle courses.• Scale: A customized grading profile that can be letters, words, statements, or numbers (such as Pass, Merit, and Distinction).• Letter grade: A grading profile that can be linked to percentages (such as 100 percent > A).
  7. 7. Customising grades: Scales
  8. 8. A standard scale is available site-wide, for all courses.An ordered list of values, ranging fromnegative to positive, separated by commas,for example "Disappointing, Not goodenough, Average, Good, Very good,Excellent!"
  9. 9. Customising grades: Letters
  10. 10. Click this box to change the scales.You can use letters or words here. This setting determines the minimum percentage over which grades will be assigned the grade letter. Save your changes!
  11. 11. Adding an assignment
  12. 12. You must provide a (useful) name and a descriptionSelect how you want to grade theassignment
  13. 13. Your new assignment appears automatically inthe Gradebook
  14. 14. Grading an assignment Click on Grade
  15. 15. Select your grade hereGive your feedback here Progress through the students here
  16. 16. In the next exciting instalment…• Organise the Gradebook into categories• Calculate course grades (including normalisation, aggregation, weighting and means)• Use various gradebook reports
  17. 17. Plus…. A special guest appearance 2. ‘Advanced Upload’ Drop Box Linked to SMS Definition. Stream Learning Management System RPS SMSResults Processing System Student Management System Assignment Definition 3. Assessment Linked to 1. Assignment Definition Set up. Assignment Definition. Assignment & Marks Management

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