Workshop: The Grading Evaluation Phase
During the Grading Evaluation Phase, students can no longer modify their submissions or their assessments. The instructor can use the grading evaluation tools to calculate final grades, manually override grades, provide feedback for authors and reviewers and select example submissions to be published for all students to view after the workshop is closed.
There are many options in creating a workshop. For additional assistance, contact the ITRC - (208) 282-5880 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You will want to see the additional Workshop guides for more information about each phase:
This guide will help you to:
In this phase, users cannot modify their submissions or their assessments. You may use the grading evaluation tools to calculate final grades and provide feedback for reviewers.
Note: For more details about how the Comparison with the best assessment is calculated, see Using Workshop and scroll down to the Grade for assessment section.
Note: You can adjust the strictness and recalculate the grades.
Note: At the bottom of page, in the Workshop Toolbox, you can clear all the aggregated grades or delete all the assessments. If you delete the assessments, you cannot recover the data.
The grade for the individual’s assessment comes first.
The grade for how well they assessed others is contained in parentheses ( ).
The < tells you who assessed the submission.
The > tells you who submitted the assignment.
A score that has green and is underlined 95 (- / 90) has been overridden by the instructor.
The @ tells you the assessment has been weighted.
See the chart and the screenshots below for examples and explanations.
- (-) < Paul D/Leonhard
Neither Paul D or Leonhard have not evaluated yet. Leonhard has not yet submitted.
79 (-) < Benoit
Taira’s submission has been allocated to Benoit (see screenshot). Benoit has assessed the submission, giving the grade of 79. The grade for assessment (grading grade) has been evaluated, giving the grade of 89.
81 (-) > Benoit
Benoit's submission was assessed by Taira, receiving a grade of 81. The grade for this assessment has not been evaluated.
95 (-/90)< Freeman
Freeman’s submission was assessed by Paul H, receiving a grade of 95. The grade for assessment (grading grade) has been evaluated and overridden by the instructor, giving the grade of 90.
Note: You can use the up and down arrows to sort the list of submission by author’s first or last name, the title of the submission, the grade for submission or the grade for assessment.
Note: Submissions selected for publishing will be highlighted in the spreadsheet overview of grades and submissions.
Note: The calculated grade appears in Calculated grade for submission just above the dropdown menu.
Note: You can use assessment weighting to balance an even number of reviewers. The grading works better with an odd number of reviewers.
Note: The calculated grade appears in the Calculated Grade for Assessment area, just above the dropdown menu.
Once you and all the students have assessed the submissions allocated, you are ready to move to the Closed Phase.
For information on the Closed Phase see, Workshop: The Closed Phase
For more information, see Using Workshop
For additional information, contact the ITRC - (208) 282-5880 or email email@example.com
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