Speaker: Marcus Porcaro
Okay, so element number 12 and 13.
In this video we're going to show you how to create assignments and assignment groups and put the information you need inside of them.
So navigate to the assignments area in your navigation pane by clicking assignments. Here I have some assignments created already but, I want to create another one. So the first thing I'm going to do is create an assignment group by pressing the plus group button and labelling that. Give it a weighting. In this case it's my final exam, so I'm going to give it a weighting of 50% and press save.
If it doesn't display with a weighting or a percentage you can turn this on by selecting the ‘Settings’ wheel, select ‘Assignment group weight’ and make sure the ‘Weighting final mark based on assignment groups’ check button is on. So we'll just double check that that's on and we can also change our weightings here if we need to make any changes. Make sure it adds up to 100% and save. You'll see our weightings have now changed and this is reflected there.
So we've got our assignment groups ready. We've got two out of three of our assignments created, but we need to create that last assignment. So we press the plus button in our group, label the assignment, put in your due date and add the points that this might be worth. We have now created all of our assignments and have them in assignment groups with the proper weighting attached to them.
So that's element 12.
Now element 13 is about the information that's inside each of those assignment pages. So let's open up assessment task one here.
So we're in assessment task one we can see here we have our assessment and course information at the top, and all the assessment details below. We want to replicate this in the assignment that we've just created. I'm going to copy. So to add all this information that you need in your assessment task let's click on the assessment task. From this page we need to click the edit button, and here we can start editing in the information that we want. When you're editing text make sure you use the preformatted text options there.
So once you've added in all the information you need for your assessment, scroll down on the page and there's quite a few options you'll want to go through. Starting off we have our points which we put in before this may or may not reflect say a rubric that you have or assessment criteria, we have our assignment group that we've already selected as well with task assessment task 3. We can select display grade as. In this case I'm going to select a letter grade, and we can go through the grading schema so we can create a grading schema for your course too. I want to change this to reflect a HE course, so I'm going to go to my RMIT HE grades and press use this grading standard. And so here we have how our RMIT HE grading schema that we've created already. Press done and we have selected the letter grade.
We can choose our submission type. There's a few options here we can do an online submission where we may have a text entry, a website URL, a media recording or a file upload. We could select file upload and restrict those uploads as well. So we may only want the student to upload a .doc or .docx or PDF. In this example, though, we're using any exam so I'm actually going to take it off online submission and put it as an on paper.
Moving down, we can make it a group assignment. We can add peer-review, do we want a moderator to grade, and once we've selected all those things we need we have the assigned to area. So this is where you'll assign it to either the whole class, or certain groups of students, or individual students. You can add or change your due dates and also add your available from and until dates as well. In this
case we've got it set to everyone and that it will be due on the 15th and we were going to set it available until the 16th, but maybe we need to add an extension for someone. So to do that we'd press the ‘Add’ button and we can now actually add different due dates for different students I'm going to add Rory here. Gonna give him the due date of the next week you can do it on the 22nd, and change his until date as well. Done. And you can do this as many times as you like. And also add multiple students into the same area. You'll now notice our assignment at the top is actually assigned to everyone else instead of everyone, and we have our other students who have different due dates below that Once that's all set up, scroll down to the bottom press save.
So we've created all our assignments, we've put them in assignment groups, giving them the proper details that they need, and assign them due dates.
That's element number 12 and 13!
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