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To Edit an Attendance Section: 1. Log in to Moodle . 2. Open desired course. 3. Select the Attendance activity. (To learn how to add Attendance to your course,...
Article Id: 18359
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To Edit Attendance Settings: 1. Log in to Moodle . 2. Open the desired course . 3. Select the Attendance option. (To learn how to add Attendance to your course,...
Article Id: 18333
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The Edit Summary button allows the instructor to update the Section Name (The Title for the Topic or Week) & the Summary for that topic or week. To Update the Section Name and Summary: 1. Log in to ...
Article Id: 18434
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Rubrics are an advanced grading method used for criteria-based assessment. The rubric consists of a set of criteria plotted against levels of achievement. A numeric grade is assigned to each level. For each criterion, the assessor chooses the level they judge the work to have reached. The raw rubric score is calculated as a sum of all criteria grades. The final grade is...
Article Id: 18587
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The blind marking setting allows the graders of a course assignment to see the assignments that have been submitted without seeing the students name attached to it. After grading the assignments, the blind setting can be turned off to reveal the students' names so the grades can then be released to the students. Note: To learn how to add...
Article Id: 18488
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A grading guide is an advanced grading method where a teacher enters a comment per criterion and a mark up to a maximum. To learn how to add Assignment to your course, view Moodle 3: Activities & Resources: Add an Assignment . To learn how to create a grading guide,...
Article Id: 18589
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(To learn how to add a Glossary to your course, view Moodle 3: Activities & Resources: Add a Glossary ) To Export a Glossary: 1. Log on to Moodle and select the desired course.
Article Id: 18515
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The "Export to portfolio" feature in Moodle makes it easy for a student to export their work to an external portfolio. To Export an Assignment Submission to Your Portfolio (Students): 1. Logon to Moodle and select the desired course.
Article Id: 18959
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The blind marking setting allows the graders of a course assignment to see the assignments that have been submitted without seeing the students name attached to it. After grading the assignments, the blind setting can be turned off to reveal the students' names so the grades can then be released to the students. Note: To enable blind marking in an assigment,...
Article Id: 18492
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Moodle 3: Activities & Resources: Grading an Assignment Grading an Assignment: 1. Log into Moodle 3 and go to the desired course. 2. Select the desired assignment that needs to be graded.
Article Id: 19748
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