Teaching a Course - Evaluating Students
You can evaluate Students' performance just as you would in a classroom course. This includes grading assessments and assignments submitted by Students and their participation in discussions. To do this, you can use the following evaluation tools in your online course:
Assessments. You can use the Assessments tool to view an inventory of online quizzes, self tests, and surveys that are in the course.
Assignments. You can use the Assignments tool to view an inventory of homework and projects that are in the course. Students can work on projects individually or in a group. You can also provide comments and suggestions on how they can improve their work.
- Discussions. You can use the Discussions tool to view messages posted by Student on a particular topic. You can evaluate Students' activity in a particular discussion topic. You can compare the level of participation among Students and evaluate the quality of messages posted.
After Students submit their assessments and assignments, you can view and grade them. You can also keep a record of grades for each Student. To do this, you use the following instructor tools:
Assessment Manager. You can use the Assessment Manager to view, grade, and manage quizzes, self tests, surveys submitted by Students. You can also generate statistics and reports about assessments.
Assignment Dropbox. You can use the Assignment Dropbox to view, grade, and manage assignments submitted by Students.
- Grade Book. You can use Grade Book to enter, manage, and view all grades for Students.