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If you are a Trainer, then you will have the ability to grade the assignments for learners.
Step 1: To grade an assignment, simply click on the grade button at the top right-hand side of the screen.
Step 2: When you get to the grading screen you'll notice there are two tabs that you can use to search for assignments to grade.
The assignments tab allows you to search for assignments to grade by listing all of the assignments by title.
You can sort assignments by:
- To grade
The submissions tab displays a list of all the learners who have submitted Assignments, in the order, they were submitted.
You can sort submission by:
- Ungraded submissions
- Submission date
- Assignment title
- Learner name
The grade screen
The grade screen allows course facilitators to grade multiple responses to the same question from one screen, and/or multiple assignments from the same group.
As an assignment can belong to a number of courses and groups, and the selectors across allow you to choose what course and from what group you want to mark.
By default, the 'Ungraded' selector is chosen to show only the learners who have not yet been graded.
After you've selected the course and group you want to grade, you can select the learners you'd like to grade first. You can select all learners, a few, or just one.
You can also choose to grade a single question or multiple questions at once. Just check the checkboxes next to each question you would like to mark.
To mark the question, go to the far right panel to review the learner's responses.
Depending on your grading scheme, you can either mark the learner as competent or give them a grade mark. You can also provide feedback for the student on each individual question. Click Save to mark the question.
Clicking Save, only saves the mark to the system, it does not display this mark to the learners until you've clicked the Save and Publish button. This allows you to mark multiple learners at once, and adjust your marks if required before making them public.
In addition to providing learners with feedback per questions, you can also upload an overall feedback document.
Click the Save and Publish button when you're happy with the grades you've given. The grades will now be available for your learner to review.