Instructions and information on setting up the Moodle gradebook and grading activities.

Articles (14)

Assignment Activity: Grading Workflow and Allocated Grader [Faculty]

Enabling Grading Workflow in an assignment allows an instructor to have multiple rounds of grading and control when grades will be released to all students. When Allocated Grader is combined with Grading Workflow, graders (student or teacher) can be allocated to particular students to support homogeneity of the scoring process.

Assignment Activity: Granting Extensions and Revisions  [Faculty]

Instructors may need to grant an assignment extension or a revision for students. These options can be completed from the Grading summary page.

Assignment Activity: Using the Rubric Grading Method [Faculty]

A rubric defines general criteria and then provides detailed descriptions for each specific point level possible for that criteria.

Exporting the Gradebook to a Downloadable File [Faculty]

The gradebook in Moodle ISU can be exported and imported using different formats. Grades can be recorded and calculated throughout the semester using Moodle ISU; however, final grades must be entered into Banner at the end of the semester.

Grading Assignments [Faculty]

Moodle ISU offers faculty multiple ways to effectively grade assignments. Two common ways are to grade is through the assignment activities grading area.

Import Gradebook from an Excel (CSV) File [Faculty]

There are a variety of reasons that you may want to import a file into your Moodle ISU gradebook.  It might be easier to input and track your grades in Excel, or you may need to include grades from an external system in your Moodle ISU gradebook, or you may need to move grades from one course (such as a lab section) to another.

Moodle ISU Gradebook [Faculty]

All student grades for a course can be tracked in the gradebook. Overview of settings in the gradebook.

Quiz Activity: Adjusting a Quiz Grade [Faculty]

The quiz function in Moodle ISU allows instructors to set a question’s worth within the activity. Changing this worth after the quiz has already been attempted is known as curving the grade.

Quiz Activity: Manual Grading [Faculty]

The manual grading function allows teachers and graders to individually grade quiz questions. The most common manually graded question type is an essay question.

Workshop Activity (7): The Grading Evaluation Phase [Faculty]

During the Grading Evaluation Phase, students can no longer modify their submissions or their assessments. The instructor can use the grading evaluation tools to calculate final grades, manually override grades, provide feedback for authors and reviewers and select example submissions to be published for all students to view after the workshop is closed.

Workshop Activity (8): The Closed Phase

During the Closed Phase, the calculated grades will be pushed to the gradebook. Students will also be able to see their submissions, their assessments and the published submissions.