This article will describe the process of grading a Simple Assessment.
Article Table of Contents:
Access the Assessment
Step 1: Navigate to your Assigned Assessments in your Assessments module.
Step 2: Choose the correct class from the Classes dropdown menu.
Step 3: Click on the Assessment.
Grade the Assessment
Select any student to see their assessment and begin grading.
➡️ For Short Answer Questions:
➡️ For Multiple Choice and True/False Questions:
❓ Does a multiple choice question have more than one correct answer?
The student will need to choose all correct answers in order to earn the points; there is no partial credit on Simple Assessments.
In the example above, both A and B are correct, but the student only selected A. In this case, the student will not earn any points, because they did not select A and B.
Adjust the Overall Score
(points-based assessments only)
If you want to adjust the overall score of the assessment without changing the score of an individual question, follow the steps below:
Step 1: Navigate to your points gradebook
Step 2: Double-click inside the points area for that assessment
Step 3: Change the score and select Enter or Return on your keyboard.
To edit the status of the student's assessment, follow the steps below:
Step 1: Navigate to the top of the assessment.
Step 2: Select a status from the "Select Status" drop down menu.
Leave a Comment
To leave a comment on the student's assessment, follow the steps below:
Step 1: Scroll to the bottom of the assessment.
Step 2: Click Leave a Comment. There is a character limit of 1000.
Add to the Student Portfolio
To add this test to the student's portfolio, you can select the star icon from the grading page, or you can select the star from within the student's assessment itself.
What happens when you add the assessment to the student's portfolio?
Students and parents will be able to see a quick view of the assessment grade.
Students and parents will be able to see the contents of the assessment, as well as the answers.
Below is a video from our Otus Live series on how to grade a simple assessment.