Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring the gradebook, part of Moodle 2.6 Essential Training.
…Build directly into Moodle, is a powerful grade book.…This grade book allows you to communicate to students, their quantified grade.…Whether you've realized it or not, as we've gone through…this course, we have actually been using the grade book.…Every single time, we create an assignment or a quiz, we…are actually automatically adding a line item, to this particular grade book.…Before we take the opportunity to explore the gradebook,…I want to point out that prior to this video.…I've gone through and built in the rest…of the assignments, to this course from the syllabus.…Including module reflections, for each of the different modules.…As well as the papers that we've assigned to students throughout this course.…
To access the grade book, make sure you're…logged in at your teacher or manager level.…And on the left hand side, under the administration block.…You'll find a link that say's grades.…When we click on the grades link,…it's going to automatically open up the grader report.…This report's going to give you a list of all the assignments across the…
- Customizing your profile
- Adding media and Google Maps
- Adding assignments
- Creating quiz questions
- Embedding YouTube videos on a new page
- Enrolling students
- Sending messages
- Conducting class surveys
- Grading assignments
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. What's New in Moodle 2.6
New features1m 51s
2. Exploring Moodle 2.6
3. Designing Your Course Appearance
4. Adding Instructional Content
5. Adding Students
6. Managing Communication
7. Grading and the Gradebook
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