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==Grading in Assignments==
 
==Grading in Assignments==
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Associate vs. Add to Gradebook.
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Assign this grade to participants without a grade.
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==Grading in Tests and Quizzes==
 
==Grading in Tests and Quizzes==
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==Some considerations when entering grades==
 
==Some considerations when entering grades==
 
'''Releasing Grades'''  
 
'''Releasing Grades'''  
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Grades can be released on an assessment level (all students at once) via the tool (Assignments: [[Release Assignment Grades]], Tests and Quizzes: [[Grading and Feedback options for an assessment (i.e. test or quiz)]]).  Grades that are sent to Gradebook from these tools also need to be released to students: [[Edit Gradebook items]]. 
  
 
'''Entering Zeros:'''
 
'''Entering Zeros:'''
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Zeros must be entered for an assessment in order to be calculated into the grade.  They are especially important when the "Drop the Lowest" option is enabled.  However, when a student receives a zero it can stimulate a negative response from the student, communication can often assist with this response.  When zeros are entered. 
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Zeros entered directly in Gradebook can be reverted to a null (empty) entry manually by double clicking in the grade cell and then deleting the zero. 
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[[Set empty cells to zero for a single grade item]]
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==Note about Grading with Rubrics==
 
==Note about Grading with Rubrics==
 
If you are using Rubrics in your grading for Assignments, please see the following pages for more information on Rubrics:
 
If you are using Rubrics in your grading for Assignments, please see the following pages for more information on Rubrics:

Revision as of 18:30, 5 October 2020

Grading permissions can be set in Sakai for TAs with the Assign TAs tool or permissions can be set within each individual tool.

Grading in Assignments

Associate vs. Add to Gradebook. Assign this grade to participants without a grade.


Assign TA Assignments permissions.jpg

Grading in Tests and Quizzes

Grading in Forums

Grading in Lessons

Entering Grades in Gradebook

Anyone in the Teaching Assistant role can enter and edit grades for gradebook items that Instructors have created.

Assign TAs

The Assign TAs tool is helpful in setting permissions for grading. If you want TAs grading in Tests and Quizzes it is how to give those with the role Teacher's Assistant access to the submissions. More information is available in Assign TAs.

Some considerations when entering grades

Releasing Grades Grades can be released on an assessment level (all students at once) via the tool (Assignments: Release Assignment Grades, Tests and Quizzes: Grading and Feedback options for an assessment (i.e. test or quiz)). Grades that are sent to Gradebook from these tools also need to be released to students: Edit Gradebook items.

Entering Zeros: Zeros must be entered for an assessment in order to be calculated into the grade. They are especially important when the "Drop the Lowest" option is enabled. However, when a student receives a zero it can stimulate a negative response from the student, communication can often assist with this response. When zeros are entered. Zeros entered directly in Gradebook can be reverted to a null (empty) entry manually by double clicking in the grade cell and then deleting the zero.

Set empty cells to zero for a single grade item


Note about Grading with Rubrics

If you are using Rubrics in your grading for Assignments, please see the following pages for more information on Rubrics: