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How to Set-Up Groups in Moodle

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Directions for setting up groups within a moodle course.

Directions for setting up groups within a moodle course.

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  • 1. Putting Students into Groups Dave Powers School District of Clayton
  • 2. Go to Your Course
    • LOGIN
    • CLICK ON YOUR COURSE
  • 3. 1) Go to the Groups Menu
    • Click on Groups under Administration
  • 4. 2) Next, Create the Groups
    • Click Create Groups
  • 5. 3) Name A Group
    • Type a name for the first group
    • Then Click Create Group
    • REPEAT for all of the groups
  • 6. 4) Move Students Into Their Groups
    • Click on the group you want to move students into
    • Click Add/Remove Users
  • 7. 4) Move Students Into Their Groups (Continued)
    • Hold down Apple and select users
    • Click the left arrow to add the selected users to the group
    1 2
  • 8. 5) Repeat Step 4
    • Repeat Step 4 for each group until every student is assigned to a group.
    1 2 3 4
  • 9. NOW YOU ARE READY TO CREATE AN ACTIVITY FOR THE GROUPS TO WORK ON!
  • 10. Group Forum Tip:
    • If you are going to do a forum with groups, make sure that it is not a “Single Simple Discussion.”
    • If you create a Single Simple Discussion for groups, students will not be able to reply.