Moodle has a default grading scale that they use to convert percentages into letter grades. In this video, learn how to customize this grading scale.
- [Instructor] Let's take a quick look … at how to adjust the grading scale … so that it fits your course or institution's policy. … Now, in order to do this, … I'm going to go to the left hand side and click on grades. … This brings us to the grade book, … which we just took a look at. … Now, if I scroll down a little, … you'll see here we have these different tabs. … I want to click on the letters tab. … This is going to show us the letter grades associated … with different percentages. … Now, this may be one that's been entered in … by your institution or you might be fine … with the default one that's in here, … but if you want to edit it or make changes, you can do that. … I'll go up to the top here and click edit grade letters, … and then it allows us to make changes. … All we need to do is click override site defaults, … and I can go in here and make those changes. … So I'll change this to a 92%. … Let's say then I need to change this to an 82%. … And we can go in and make those changes. …
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Skill Level Beginner
1. Learning Management Systems (LMS)
2. Get Started with Moodle 3.7
3. Create a Course in Moodle 3.7
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