There are various options to facilitate assessment, whether completed by computer or human, tutor or peer. The following Moodle activities support assessment in various guises. All assessment information goes straight into the grade book so that students can monitor their learning progression. Tutors can access the course grade book so that they can assess the learning within a cohort which informs the pace of the workshop, or managers to ensure that course participants are participating or have been successful in the training they have taken part in.Communication Collaboration Information Sharing
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A powerful assessment tool where participants answer a series of system-marked questions. Quizzes can have time limits and provide feedback based on the overall grade achieved.
Question selection can be randomised or specific with control over final layout altered. There are also various measures that can be utilised that maintain integrity of the grades.
The range of options – too many to attempt to list here – make this a very flexible assessment tool.
The Question bank is where the raw material for Quiz activities are created and managed. Question types include:
- Multiple choice
- Short answer
- Cloze (fill in the blanks)
Questions can be organised flexibly and shared across multiple Quiz activities. Each question type offers multiple configuration options including answer specific feedback.
Provide learners with an easy to use method to submit their work for review. All submissions are collated to enable speedy assessment of submissions to date, grading and capturing tutor feedback.
Submissions can be single or multiple files, online text; even assignments that are offline can be graded too.
Present any content in a series of pages that can incorporate a question to control navigation to the next page – linear or branched progression is possible.
Content developed to conform with the industry standard SCORM format can be deployed in Moodle. Participants’ responses and scores can be tracked enabling to obtain full value from media-rich content from content specialists. Moodle is SCORM 1.2 compliant.
An innovative module that manages the distribution and collation of peer assessed assignments. Learners submit work and formally assess the work of others using predefined criteria. Learning is enhanced by both doing the task and by critically reviewing the work of others.