The Workshop activity in Moodle allows the collection, review, and peer assessment of students’ work.
When you click the little downward-facing triangle, the first choice is “Edit settings”:
Click on that, and then scroll down until you see “Course visibility.” It will be set to “Hide,” change it to “Show”:
Then, at the bottom of the page, click Save—and the course will be visible to students.
It is very easy to import materials, including course section descriptions, files, quizzes and assignments, from a previous course rather than reloading them. During this import, you do not have to include student submissions and grades, which would be the most commonly-used option.
First, go to the course site that you want to import materials to. Continue reading “Copy materials from another course”
First, make sure editing has been turned on in the course, as described in the “Editing a Course” post.
Go to the course section (week or topic) where you want to create an assignment. From the “+Add an activity or resource” link, choose Assignment under Activities. Then click the “Add” button at the bottom of the pop-up window. You will then be working within the Adding a new Assignment window. Continue reading “Create an Assignment”
In Moodle, creating a quiz or exam is a two-step process. First, you must create the quiz activity and set options for visibility, timing and other options for student interactions. The next step is to add questions to the quiz, which can be entered manually or pulled from a previously-built quiz question bank.
There are numerous views and screens available of the Moodle gradebook, but only a few are commonly used.
This view shows all the grades for all the students in the course, with scrollbars along the right side and bottom for classes with a large number of students and/or assignments. To sort the students by a grade column, click on the arrow symbol next to the column name. This will allow you to toggle between ascending and descending views of the grade column. Continue reading “Viewing the Gradebook”
To add or alter the contents of a course, including adding activities or resources, a teacher must turn editing on. To do this, use the “Turn editing on” button located either at the top right of any course page when you’re logged in. Continue reading “Editing a course”
To add an activity or resource, first turn editing on using the button in the top right hand corner. There are numerous interactive activity modules that you can add to a course section using the “+Add an activity or resource” button, located in the bottom right of each week or topic section. Some of these activities can be linked directly to the Gradebook for scoring and assessment. Continue reading “Adding an Activity”
A resource is a digital item, such as a file or a link, that a teacher can use to support learning and assessment. A wide range of resource types are supported in Moodle, and are shown in the figure to the right.
Resources are added to a course section during an editing session using the “+Add an activity or resource” button. Note that more than one resource can be added to a section.
To add a file, such as a Word document (.doc), pdf
document, audio, or video file, enter your course and “Turn editing on”
using the button in the right-hand corner of the page. Choose the section that you are interested in, and then click on “+Add an activity or resource” in the bottom right corner of the section. Within the pop-up window, scroll down to Resources, click on the File option button, and then click on “Add” at the bottom of the window. Important note: we discourage the use of long file names or special characters in the file name, as this can lead to download errors.