Once grading is complete for an assignment, you can go to the Assignment Statistics page to get further insights into what your students have learned and where they are potentially struggling.You can view statistics at the assignment level or at the question/rubric item level, and you can also tag questions with concepts, learning objectives, book chapters, etc., and then view statistics by tag.
On the right, pick a name for your assignment and select the sections you want to include.
When you are selecting sections, you might be given the option to choose all activities, participation activities only, or challenge activities only.
The Class/Group members can easily turn in the assignment right in Edmodo.
To post a new assignment to one or more of your classes or groups, follow these instructions: Note: If you send an Assignment to individual students instead of to a whole class/group, it won't show up automatically in the Progress Book.
However, when introducing your assignment to your students, there are several things you will need to clearly outline for them in order to ensure the most successful assignments possible.
A great way to get students engaged with an assignment and build buy-in is to encourage their collaboration on its design and/or on the grading criteria (Hudd, 2003).• Draft the complete grading scale yourself, then give it to your students for review and suggestions. Determining your goals for the assignment and its essential logistics is a good start to creating an effective assignment.However, there are a few more simple factors to consider in your final design. When you are finished creating your assignment, you can either click "Save" or "Save & hide".If you choose to hide your assignment at this time, you can always reveal the assignment later.You will have to navigate to the Assignment results in the Progress Book, enter the assignment if it’s not there already, and manually enter the student’s score.Attaching an image to the assignment may lower the image resolution.We generally recommend assigning all participation activities before class and all challenge activities after.Once you have decided which activities you want to include, you can select a due date.And just as creating a reliable test takes thoughtfulness and skill, so does creating meaningful and effective assignments.Undoubtedly, many instructors have been on the receiving end of disappointing student work, left wondering what went wrong…