Assessment in Moodle
Yes, this workshop will cover the Moodle grade book and how it works, but there is more to assessing your students’ work than just using points, percentages and letter grades.
Assessing your students begins with developing goals for student-centered learning that are outlined in your course syllabus. Some of these goals and outcomes can be measured using traditional grading methods such as direct grading or rubrics. However, not all rating scales have to be numbers-based. In this workshop, we will review traditional and emerging practices in rating actual student learning as well as their capacity to learn using advanced tools now available in Moodle.
***IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING THIS ASSESSMENT IN MOODLE WORKSHOP:
In order to help us provide a better workshop experience, we are asking you to complete a pre-workshop online tutorial prior to attending the face-to-face session.
To complete the online tutorial, click on the following link which will ask you to enroll in the Grading in Moodle site.
Once the Moodle site launches, click Continue and enter your OASIS ID and password.
You will then Click the Enroll me button and be placed into the Grading in Moodle site.
You may then click on the What grading method should you choose? START HERE! and just follow the onscreen instructions.