Grading Students' Responses

Grade by question, or by student

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Written by Peter Bohacek and Matt Vonk

Can students go back and modify their work after I have graded it?

In general, students can update their work based on your feedback. Here are a few exceptions.
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Grading the Entire Assignment at Once

Use an open-ended question for an overall or summary grade or score for an entire assignment or lab.
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Instructor overview of grading student responses

Here's all you need for grading by student, grading by question, and grading multiple choice questions.
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Grading Activities Using 'Grade by Question'

Quickly provide feedback for up to five questions in an activity
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Grading by Student

You can provide scores and comments for each student separately.
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Downloading Scores as a CSV file

You can download a file of scores and import it into an LMS or SIS
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Adding a Grader or TA to a Class

As an instructor, you can add a co-instructor, learning aid, or observer to a course.
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Download and Printing Student Responses

Your students can print their responses, or submit them for grading by email or in your LMS
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Acting as a Grader for another Instructor's Class

If an instructor add you as a grader in a class, you can view and grade student's responses in that class.
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