What is achievements and open badges?
Introduction to achievements in clickUP.
How to create and manage achievements in clickUP.
Best practice for using achievements in clickUP.
The video shows how to add how to add a default or previously used question to an assessment.
The document describes the possibility of an instructor adding a new question to existing questions on test canvas page.
This document shows you how to add users or groups to a test.
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.
Assessment challenges (face to face and online) are highlighted in the document.
This podcast and document is about assessment concepts in teaching and learning.
The table shows items selected to assess based on Bloom’s taxonomy & Miller’s pyramid.
Asssessment tools are briefly explained in the table. What, when and why you will use a specific tools.
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.
The document differentiates the differences between auto submit and force completion.
The video explains the disadvantages of using force completion
The table shows teaching components, media or mode of delivery: value added to course and situation analysis. Use the “Blended Learning Planning Sheet” and complete it to reflect your current use of clickUP.
The characterisation of the cognitive domain is given in the table: level of cognition, definition, typical action verbs and skills demonstrated.
Pools are collections and groups of questions that you can include in tests and surveys. This video shows you how to build a pool to create a collection of questions and settings the pool options.
The document shows the steps to display a specific pool of questions.
Use the following steps to add an image to a question and or the answer (distracters).
This document describes how to build, import and edit a test, how to create, reuse and opload questions, random blocks and question and test settings.
Building a test (.pdf) (292.62KB)
This is an example of a correctly formatted document in Respondus.
This tutorial shows you how to create a Mobile compatible test in the clickUP environment.
The video shows how to create a test, add the test questions and deploy the test to students.
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 article shows the Grader Progress. View the progress of all graders, what the grader assigned for the average grade for the assignment, and the number of attempts.
You can delegate grading by assigning specific users in your course to grade particular sets of student submissions. Delegated grading enables you to combine settings to accomplish your assignment grading goals and meet institutional requirements.
This document shows you how to create Mobile Tests, how to create New Questions and the supported Questions Types for Mobile devices.
The document shows how to access tests and delete questions, change point value of question and edit questions when submissions exist.
Respondus is software which enables you to import questions into clickUP without you having to create each question in clickUP. This document shows you how to install Respondus on your computer, where to find the necessary passwords and settings.
The page shows the steps to access submitted assignments from the needs grading page and the grade center.
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.
The video shows the steps to access and run item analysis in a test.
The documents shows the steps to run an Item Analysis on a Test, Test summary, question Statistics table on the Item Analysis page and how to view question details.
An instructor often needs to view a clickUP course as a student to test what students will/ will not see. The Edit Off mode unfortunately only displays how content will be displayed. If you want to see how a test, assignment etc. will display to students, you have to follow the instructions in this document.
This document explains how to make rubrics visible to students through the Grade center.
The video shows how to enable metadata for questions, define the metadata values and use existing metadata tags.
Tagging test questions with Metadata helps you find them later using the Question Finder. This video shows you how to add metadata to questions and how to find questions to add to tests.
This document shows you the steps that are followed when creating Mobile Compatible Tests. It also shows screens dumps of the Mobile Test from the Student View.
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)
Using Respondus to randomise the options in multiple choice questions.
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.
The document shows the steps to follow when resetting an Assignment attempt.
How to use the equation editor in Respondus to create questions with scientific notation.
The video shows how to add a test and set test options.
The options are only available after an assessment is added on the content area.
Standard Format for creating questions and feedback in msWord for importing to clickUP using Respondus.
This is a summary of all the assessment tools and thheir possibilities and functioning in new clickUP.
The video explains student access log which shows a detailed list of every interaction that students engage in when taking a test.
This document explains how feedback and test results are shown after the test is completed.
Tests are created from Test, Surveys and Pools. A content area is then created to make the test available to the students.
The process on using Respondus to publish tests from Word to clickUP.
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