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 and document will explain how you can use the colour coding in the Grade Center to give you a quick overview of your students' achievements with regards to grades.
This document explains how to create a column in the Grade Center and what the primary and secondary display fields mean.
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 video contains information about hiding and showing columns in the Grade Center.
This document will share tips and tricks for sending email from the Grade Center
This tutorial provides you with a brief overview of the Blackboard grade center.
These tutorilas explains how to get your marks from the Grade Center into the format that has to be sent to the Administration ladies for import into the Peoplesoft system by using Excel 2010.
These tutorilas explains how to get your marks from the Grade Center into the format that has to be sent to the Administration ladies for import into the Peoplesoft system by using Excel 2007.
Grade History is a tool that tracks all changes to grades within the Grade Center. This video explains how to compile a Grade History report to view the activity that took place in the Grade Center and by who.
This tutorial and step sheet will show you how to view a Rubric and how to grade an Assignment, using a Rubric.
This document displays the steps to take to add the group number which each student belong to in the Grade Center.
This document contains information about hiding and showing columns in the Grade Center. It also differentiate between hiding columns from students and hiding columns from the Instrcutor view to give you more space to work.
The purpose of this fact sheet is to explain how you should change the spreadsheet with your CBT results to import them successfully into the clickUP Grade Center.
This document explains how to hide inactive students so that you only work with students who are still part of your class.
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.
When you create groups and select the gradable tools, it will create a column for each group in the Grade Center, i.e. if you have 20 groups and you are going to use a gradable wiki, in the Full Grade Center there will be 20 columns called Group# wiki. This document explain how you manage the Grade Center with so many group columns.
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.
This web page contains information about setting up smart views.
This document explains where the student names come from which displays in the Grade Center.
It answers two questions:
- What to do and where to check if a student complains that they do not see the module on their list of modules in clickUP.
- What does the circle in front of the student name mean and how do I hide those students?
This document contains a summary of all the functionality available in the Grade Center.
When you create tests, ensure that you select the option to display this column in the Grade Center otherwise it will not reflect and you cannot use it in any Grade Center calculations. Refer to this document for screen caps of what you need to switch on to display the column in the Grade Center.
- When working with the Grade Center, always start by downloading the Grade Center to Excel. This will serve as a backup of your Grade Center, but can also be used to have tutors or assistants add marks after they graded an assessment.
The Total column is a type of calculated column that generates a grade based on the cumulative points earned, related to the points allowed. You can select which columns and categories are included in a Total column's calculation. When creating a Total column, you can include other calculated columns. A Total column is created by default and appears in all courses. This default Total column is also set as the external grade (the column with the green icon next to it).
An external column is used on the Global navigation where the students can view a summary of their grades as well as on the Notifications Dashboard (Report Card module) and on a Module Page within a Course where you select the Report Card module to display.
At UP we are working towards a semester mark. Therefore it will be better to change the Semester Mark column to be Set as the External grade. This document would explain how to Set another column in the Grade Center as the External grade. You may delete the Total column after you selected another column to be the external grade.
This video explains how to view the grade details of a student's assessment. It also explains how to manually overwrite a student's marks or to edit a student's marks.
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