Site Administrator Grades and Report settings Overview
When students take quizzes in Moodle 2.3, the teacher can check the progress of the student activities by checking the Grades in the Course administration. This is necessary for the teacher to monitor and check the status of the student progress. The Grader report or Gradebook in the Grade administration is how the teacher can review each students scores for each Quiz that was taken and the answers the students gave for each question. The Grader Report is also known as the Gradebook. This article will use Grade Report as apposed to Gradebook. The Grader report will give the teacher the class Overall average and Course total for the entire class progress. Lets look at the grades of a class and see how the Grader Report works.
This concludes the article for Viewing the Moodle Grader report. For information about the Site Administrators settings for customizing the Grades and Reports, visit the Site Administrator Grades and Report settings Overview tutorial. The Grader report is for the administrator whereas, the User report is what the students will see in Moodle. Next, Viewing the User Report in Moodle 2.3 will be discussed. To learn more about grading and reviewing reports for the Moodle courses, please visit Moodle Grading and Reports.
‹Section 1: Site Administrator Grades and Report settings Overview
›Section 3: Viewing the User Report in Moodle 2.3
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Site Administration Grades and Reports Overview
|1.||Site Administrator Grades and Report settings Overview|
Grades and Reports
|2.||Viewing the Moodle Grader report or Gradebook in the Quiz administration|
|3.||Viewing the User Report in Moodle 2.3|
|4.||Changing the Course Grade Settings for the User Report in Moodle|
|5.||Changing the Grader Report / Gradebook preferences in Moodle|
|6.||Manually changing a grade in the Moodle Grader report|
|7.||Changing the default grade letters in Moodle|
|8.||Creating a Custom Grade Scale in Moodle|