Documentation:Connect/Use Inline grading(How to)

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Inline Grading allows you to grade tools including, Journals, Discussions, Blogs and Wiki without leaving the tools.

This document will show you how to:

  • Grade Journals, Discussions, and Blogs using Inline Grading

Effective Practices

The Connect Learning Management System significantly expands the toolsets of teachers and learners. This function directly:

  • Contributes to ease of centralized online assessment which can create much needed time for student planning and reflection
  • Immerses students in effective and innovative use of the LMS encouraging participation and exploration of learning technologies

This function supports a number of Chickering and Gamson's Seven Principles, including:[1]

  • Good practice encourages interaction between students and faculty
  • Good practice uses active learning techniques
  • Good practice gives prompt feedback
  • Good practice emphasizes time on task
  • Good practice communicates high expectations

We encourage both students and instructors to read more about the Seven Principles to see how they can inform your teaching and learning.

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Using Inline Grading in Blogs

  1. Access to your blog. Make sure that your blog setting allows you to grade your students.
  2. All Course Members is located under Blog details
    Under Blog details, select All Course Members.
  3. Click on the student that you want to grade.
  4. Inline Grading allows you to grade, add a feedback and notes to students while looking at his/her work.
    Type in the textbox beside the Grade to grade your students. You can also add a feedback to your student.
  5. Press submit to finish the grading.
Book important2.svg You can also use Inline Grading for group blogs.

Using Inline Grading in Discussion Boards

  1. Access to your discussion board. Make sure that your blog setting allows you to grade your students.
  2. Discussion Forum is located beside Create Thread.
    Click on Grade Discussion Forum
  3. Inline Grading allows you to grade, add a feedback and notes to students while looking at his/her work.
    Type in the textbox beside the Grade to grade your students. You can also add a feedback to your student.
  4. You will be able to grade your student and add a feedback .

Using Inline Grading in Journals

  1. the drop down list is located under Journal details.
    Click on the drop-down list with your name.
  2. Select the student that you want to grade
  3. Inline Grading allows you to grade, add a feedback and notes to students while looking at his/her work.
    Type in the textbox beside the Grade to grade your students. You can also add a feedback to your student.
  4. Press submit to finish the grading.

References

  1. Chickering, A. W., & Ehrmann, S. C. (1996). Implementing the seven principles. AAHE Bulletin, 49(2), 2-4. [1]