When you add a gradable activity to your course, whether it's an assignment, quiz, graded forum, etc., Moodle automatically creates a grading column in your Gradebook area. Once you grade those activities, Moodle will update your Gradebook with the approp...
_Marking Guides_ are the latest advanced grading method in Moodle. These forms are similar to rubrics, as the instructor can evaluate one or more criterion with a numeric score and text feedback. You can also create a set of frequently used statements for...
Now that you've created an assignment for your course, it's time to review how to grade your student's work. In addition to providing a numerical grade, Moodle allows the instructor to provide text feedback as well as attaching files back to students. For...
Since Moodle's Gradebook only calculates numeric grades, it cannot quantify letter grades that are manually entered. However, you can alter a setting that will _display_ a letter grade that corresponds to your course total value (see figure below). Note...
The Moodle Gradebook features the ability to remove an item from being calculated into a category total or course score. For example, Professor Smith assigns 11 homework assignments and has created a category in the Gradebook Setup that contains all of th...
While Moodle is powerful enough to calculate grades automatically, some users will enjoy the ability to export grades to Microsoft Excel. This feature gives you the opportunity to save a hard copy of your grades for record keeping purposes. Exporting grad...
Setting up your Moodle Gradebook may seem like a daunting task, but it is well worth the effort. A fully functional Gradebook acts as the grade hub for your course, where scores and feedback are shown to students whenever they access it. The Gradebook is ...
SETTING AN ITEM AS "EXTRA CREDIT" Extra credit replaces grade item weight if the aggregation method is "Mean of grades (with extra credits)", "Natural", or "Simple weighted mean of grades". The effect of extra credit is different in each case, hence some...
The Moodle Gradebook automatically calculates a course score for each of your students. However, there are times when the course total does not seem correct and the math just doesn't add up. If you are experiencing trouble with one or several student's co...
When using graded forums in your course, it is best to include clear expectations and a description of forum grading practices in your syllabus. Please read through the following steps to learn more about grading your students' posts. Tip: If you first s...
* In the _Administration _block, click GRADEBOOK SETUP * Locate the _Edit _link to the right of the Course Total at the bottom of the page. Click EDIT, then HIDE. [Hide course total]
Moodle utilizes a traditional letter grade scale as shown below. If you'd like to modify this scale, please review the following instructions INSTRUCTIONS * In the course _Administration _block, click GRADEBOOK SETUP. * In the _Grade Administration_...
On occasion, it is necessary for an instructor to rearrange how items are displayed in the Gradebook. Whether it's relocating an item (or several) to a new category or simply moving an item to a different location, the instructor controls this arrangement...
Moodle's _User Report_ is a grade breakdown for each student. When a student clicks on the _Grades_ link in the Navigation block, they are taken to their _User Report_, which displays all of the assignments (and grades) for the course. Depending on the co...
Moodle has built interactive rubric forms directly into our assignments. You can now build your own rubric form to help with grading assignments with various criteria. If you will be using a particular rubric form frequently, you can also publish a rubric...
When an instructor clicks on the _Grades_ link in their Moodle course they are brought to the _Grader Report_ area. This page shows a list of all gradable items in the course as well as your student roster and their respective scores. However, when a stud...