Here are some directions for setting up a simple gradebook. More complex features are available in the gradebook and documentation is found elsewhere.
Follow the directions to move items around in your Moodle gradebook.
The matter of assigning weights in the Gradebook is confusing to many faculty, but it can be fairly simple if you follow a few steps.
This describes how to add manual grade items to the gradebook.
This describes how to create a grade category in the gradebook. Categories are needed when you are grading using percentages.
There are several ways that you can view the gradebook to track student progress and manage gradebook functions.
There are several approaches you can take when grading a Moodle Assignment activity. This document explains how to enter grades by opening the Assignment activity, then entering grades on the assignment Submissions page.
In order to grade your forums using the Moodle Ratings tool, you will need to edit the settings on your forum.
Here’s how to add a file with comments when grading an assignment.
When you set the assignment settings to “no grade” the students cannot see the feedback. NOTE: this is not the same as not giving a grade to an assignment.
What has happened is this. Within the Moodle course you hid the last assignment from your students . Once you hid the assignment the grade for the assignment and its name were also hidden. By the way, this works the same for other activities like quizzes and forums.
At times you may need to change a student grade, such as when a student has been given a grade of zero when the due date has passed and you accept the assignment later.
Several features in Moodle provide improved ease of use for grading assignments.
When Chalk & Wire activities are added to a course in the graduate studies program, they need to be organized and weighted according to specific guidelines.