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The Natural aggregation method initially calculates the weight of all grade items based upon their maximum grade. Left unchanged, it will calculate grades precisely like Weight by Points. However, Natural allows you to override the calculated weight for any items you wish.
Article Id: 20232
Category: Gradebook

The Customer Weights aggregation method allows you to specify weights for grade items (and / or categories) independent from the maximum grades for those items. The item's weight will be multiplied by the percentage scored by the student, not the raw score. In this way, the weight you want a grade item to carry does not have to dictate the maximum grade you assign to that item.
Article Id: 20230
Category: Gradebook

The Moodle Gradebook (for instructor roles) shows a matrix of all students and all grade items. To access the Moodle Gradebook from the Course Administration menu : Navigate to the course main page Click the Admin gear in the upper left corner Under Course Administration , click...
Article Id: 20310
Category: Gradebook

The quickest way for students to access their Moodle Gradebook is to simply click their grade displayed on the appropriate course thumbnail located on their Moodle My Courses ...
Article Id: 20299
Category: Gradebook

The Moodle Gradebook allows grades to be displayed as a Real grade (the actual score), a Percentage, a Letter Grade, or any combination of those 3 options. The default setting for Moodle is to display the Real grade with the letter grade in parentheses. To change this configuration: 1. Go to Gradebook Setup...
Article Id: 20237
Category: Gradebook

By default, Moodle will exclude empty grades from grade calculations rather then treating them as zeros so that grade items that are not yet complete do not lower students' averages. However, Moodle cannot distinguish between a grade item (such as a quiz) that the student has missed and one that has simply not yet been completed. For that reason, instructors must enter zeros...
Article Id: 20236
Category: Gradebook

Categories and Grade Items may not always appear in your preferred order. To move a grade item: 1. Go into Gradebook Setup and click the Move icon (vertical double arrow) adjacent the item you wish to move.
Article Id: 20238
Category: Gradebook

Manually entering grades For manually create grade items (those that are not associated with a Moodle quiz or activity), you may enter grades by typing them directly into the Moodle Gradebook. For grade items associated with Moodle quizzes or activities, you can still enter grades using the method. However, when you do, you are actually performing a grade...
Article Id: 20239
Category: Gradebook

Student Gradebook The Student Gradebook feature allows instructors to view the gradebook in the same way that students view it in Moodle. Another benefit of the Student Gradebook is that it can display a single student's grades while protecting the privacy of other students' information. To access the Student Gradebook view, enter either Gradebook or Gradebook...
Article Id: 20340
Category: Gradebook

In the Moodle Gradebook, instructors have the option to quickly edit student grades by graded item or by user (student) using Single View. There is an additional way to add grades in bulk based on empty grades or percentage scores using the Perform Bulk Import feature. To Bulk Insert Grades in Single...
Article Id: 19975
Category: Gradebook