This is ideal for when you want to give a student a second chance to take a quiz for technical or other unique situations and still want to keep their first attempt on record or factored into their grade. If Continue reading
If you want to tweak what status you can grant students each session you want to change the settings.
This is an element of the gradebook setup for a percentage-based gradebook. Repeat these steps for each grade category you mention in your syllabus. Populate the weighted Gradebook with items Things to keep in mind as you populate this type Continue reading
The Current default display in the gradebook is Real (Percentage) and may appear overwhelming. You can change this in the course settings for each of your noted courses with the following instructions: Enter the course you wish to modify gradebook Continue reading
This setting is used to ensure that the lowest graded assignments (you choose how many) are NOT factored into a category’s total worth within your gradebook. It is strongly recommended this not be used on a points gradebook unless all items in Continue reading
While student grades could be appearing incorrectly in the gradebook for a number of reasons the most common issues we see can be fixed with the following steps.
This is an element of the gradebook setup for a points-based gradebook. Repeat these steps for each grade category you mention in your syllabus. Populate the Gradebook with Points
This will ensure that any grade items and categories will total in points rather than “Out of 100” , which is probably not what your points add up to. Now you might want to populate your gradebook with categories that Continue reading
Moodle’s Gradebook aligns with the best practice in online pedagogy to provide learners with a well designed and up-to-date gradebook. However, if your gradebook needs some work, you can temporarily hide it until it’s ready:
What does this mean? The weight of a question within a quiz is the ratio of its worth compared to other questions in a quiz. If one question has a weight of 2 and all questions have a weight of Continue reading
Some quiz questions will grade automatically. For those that don’t or for when you need to override a grade, you can manually grade quiz questions.
If you want to grade assignment activity work one submission at a time or as its turned you might want to check out our article on Grading Assignment Activities One at a Time/as Work is Submitted. For the following to Continue reading
A manual grade item populates a gradebook with work that occurs outside of Moodle: Work hosted elsewhere, such as required emails or outside tools from publishers (without setup or available plugins); Extra credit on top of normally graded work, such Continue reading
Our update to Moodle 3.2 was implemented without issue on the morning of Thursday, July 6th. This update is a small one with mostly minor tweaks, some sunset features, name changes, and a new course theme to choose from. UPDATE: Continue reading
If you are using assignments (How to grade an assignment), quizzes (How to grade a quiz), forums or other gradable items they have their own built-in grading tools that will be overridden by entering grades for them directly into the Continue reading
Gradebooks in Moodle are a very powerful tool but they can be confusing to set up or otherwise mold to your needs. The key is that whatever your Moodle gradebook does, it needs to match your syllabus.
Add a Manual Grade Item A manual grade item would be the most ideal method for these, you can add a manual grade item (just one for everyone- you don’t need one for each group). Importing Grades from an External Continue reading
This article is a basic introduction to Moodle grading. By the end, you should have a general understanding of how to build grading into a course. There are two steps in creating and managing course grades. First, set the score Continue reading
Review Your Course Grade Settings The Course Grade Settings tab is used to determine how grades appear for all participants in a course (students and instructors). The Course Grade Settings tab provides settings that determine how the Grader report, Overview report and User Continue reading
Here is the procedure for exporting your grades from Moodle into an Excel spreadsheet that you can save to your local computer or to your “L” Drive for easy reference later. Return to End Of Term Procedures