This video explains how to grade student attempts without knowing which student's work is being graded.
Enabling anonymous grading during the creation stage allows you to eliminate grading bias for high-stake assignments.
This document describes the new look of the assignment tool and the added marking functionalities. The following options are available: easymarking , point comment , area comment and text comment.
This tutorial and document will show you the options available when you associate rubrics to a Content Item.
This video explains how to add grading notes for a student's grade. Grading notes are only visible to the instructor; they do not display for students. Notes could effectively keep track of why a student did not submit an assignment or why you changed their grades. The grading notes are also recorded in the Grade History of which you are able to generate a report.
This tutorial will show you how to create a new rubric and how to edit the rubric grid.
The document shows the steps to create a Rubric and edit the rubric grid.
This tutorial and step sheet will show you how to view a Rubric and how to grade an Assignment, using a Rubric.
Inline Assignment Grading is a revision to the workflow for grading Assignments in clickUP. Instead of requiring lecturers to download student-submitted files to view or edit those submissions, lecturers will now be able to view student-submitted files “inline,” i.e. in the web browser, without requiring any plugins, applets, or client-side applications. Additionally, annotation tools will be made available as part of the inline viewer, enabling lecturers to provide feedback including comments, highlights, and even drawings/annotations directly on the inline view of the document. This was first released as a standalone Building Block and has been bundled and enabled in this release.
For courses with many enrolled students and gradable items, you can use the information and functions on the Needs Grading page to organize your grading tasks. The Needs Grading page allows you to sort and filter the list so you can grade the most urgent items first..
Getting started with..... Needs grading (.pdf) (918KB)
Let’s suppose you have setup a test. Students completed the test and when you mark the test, you realise that there was a mistake with one of the questions. This document explains how you can re-grade these questions.
When you have created a link to a Test from a Content Area page, under Edit the Test Options, you can specify the number of attempts for a test. This document explains how you can specify which one of the attempts should be saved in the Grade Center.
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