These steps require that completion tracking be enabled in your course. NOTE: You can’t automatically check to ensure your student’s upload the CORRECT file, but you can require that at least something is submitted before they can move on. We Continue reading
These steps require that you have completion tracking enabled in your course. A common activity in Moodle is to require that a student start a discussion (new thread of conversation) and then reply to two peers. You can force students Continue reading
These steps require that you have completion tracking enabled in your course. Ideal for warm-up quizzes and terminology tests, allowing a student to take a test until they pass it and are able to move on can help strengthen skills Continue reading
For preventing date-based late access to any resource or activity (not needed for assignment activities or quiz activities, and as of 3.8 no longer needed for forum activities as they have a built in feature for this (cutoff date and Continue reading
For preventing date-based early access to any resource or activity (not needed for assignment activities as it has a built in feature for this.) Locate the Actions Menu (gear icon) from the top-right corner of the page. Select the Turn Continue reading
To be done after you have enabled completion tracking on all relevant activities for your course- this is not something you can enable in a course that you’re working on only a week ahead of the class. The block does Continue reading
You can bulk apply settings to ALL activities but your completion tracking options may be limited to none or manual check-off only. We suggest using this process one type of activity/tool at a time for the most control and best Continue reading
Completion tracking must be enabled for this option to be available. This is ideal for Forums, Assignments, Databases and other interactive activities, it can also be applied to read-only resources to ensure a student at LEAST opens a page or Continue reading
Completion tracking must be enabled for this option to be available. Ideal for students tracking progression through coursework such as completing readings or assigned tasks handled outside of Moodle. For items handled in Moodle you might instead automate this process so Continue reading
Enabling Completion Tracking in a course allows the instructor to put check boxes next to work for students. It will have no effect on their grade. It will also not be track-able on a course-level without further configuration. (They just get the Continue reading
These instructions assume you already have sessions and an attendance activity created.
If you want to tweak what status you can grant students each session you want to change the settings.
You must already have an Attendance Activity created for these steps to function. And now that you’re all set up for the term, learn how to take attendance with this activity!
If you already have an Attendance activity from last term you need only to populate it with more sessions. Only make a second Attendance Activity if you have different types of attendance to take such as lecture attendance and lab Continue reading
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