3. Now click on the “Assessments” tab. Reason you are going there rather than the “Build Content” tab is because for this example, you expect to receive information back from the student. Anything you create under the “Build Content” tab, (Item, file) is simply you giving information to the student. When you want information back from the student, you need to do it under the “Assessments” tab. Then click “Assignment”.
Submission Details Options
A. ASSIGNMENT TYPE
B. NUMBER OF ATTEMPTS
C. SCORE ATTEMPTS USING
You can also choose any of the following below. Often times, you would leave this to default because you will find you won’t mark both assignments. You’re only going to mark the one that they submitted last.
D. PLAGIARISM TOOLS
Under Grading Options, there should be nothing for you to change. But simply so you are aware, there is;
Enable Anonymous Grading:this is helpful if you’d like to receive the student’s assignments but not know who it belongs too when you are grading them.
Enable Delegated Grading: you will not use this option.
Display of the Grade
A. DISPLAY THE GRADE AS PRIMARY
The first option is to display the grade primarily as a score. So this assignment is out of 50. You see the student received 42.
B. DISPLAY THE GRADE AS SECONDARY
If you would like a secondary display, you can choose percentage. So the students see both, 42/50 as well as what their percentage is.
This check mark allows the students to see this assignment in my grades section to see what their mark is. If you do not want the students to see their mark, remove the checkmark and this grade would be hidden until such time that you decide to show it.
And last, this assignment is set by default to make the assignment available. You can also set time restrictions on when this assignment is available to the student and how long. As well, you can track the number of views.
The icon of this assignment is different than that of an item or file. It has a ruler and a pencil indicating that this is an assignment file that you expect to receive information back from. The title of the assignment is clickable. And you can see the attached file that you submitted. As well as the instructions to complete the assignment. The students would navigate into this assignment by clicking on the title. It takes them to the page you see below. Which gives them all the information about the assignment. Gives them the due date that you set, how many points possible for this assignment as well as the instructions and the attached document.
Students have two options when submitting their completed work.
1. WRITE SUBMISSION
2. SUBMIT YOUR ANSWER FILE
And when they are done, they will click submit on the bottom right. And that student’s assignment will now be sitting in your grade center for you to review.