Presentation Title

Using Moodle's Gradebook, the Natural Way

Location

Bell Hall 180

Start Date

26-3-2020 2:30 PM

Type of Presentation

50 minute Best Practices Session Presentation

Proposal for Presentation

An Educause national study of more than 25,000 seniors and freshmen reported that students find the ability to keep track of their grades on assignments and tests within a Learning Management System (LMS) the most useful tool in the system (Caruso & Salaway, 2007). Online grading is actually the preferred method of feedback for higher education students.

Come and learn how you can use Moodle's gradebook in your face-to-face (or online) class and become an anytime, anywhere provider of grades and feedback for your students! You are welcome to bring your laptop and start setting up your gradebook while you learn.

In fact, in a recent 2016 study, the LMS company Blackboard found that students who checked their grades more frequently within the LMS were much more likely to earn a high grade in courses than those who checked their grades less frequently (Fritz & Whitmer, 2017).

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Mar 26th, 2:30 PM

Using Moodle's Gradebook, the Natural Way

Bell Hall 180

An Educause national study of more than 25,000 seniors and freshmen reported that students find the ability to keep track of their grades on assignments and tests within a Learning Management System (LMS) the most useful tool in the system (Caruso & Salaway, 2007). Online grading is actually the preferred method of feedback for higher education students.

Come and learn how you can use Moodle's gradebook in your face-to-face (or online) class and become an anytime, anywhere provider of grades and feedback for your students! You are welcome to bring your laptop and start setting up your gradebook while you learn.

In fact, in a recent 2016 study, the LMS company Blackboard found that students who checked their grades more frequently within the LMS were much more likely to earn a high grade in courses than those who checked their grades less frequently (Fritz & Whitmer, 2017).