Moodle has a helpful little feature called auto-groups. This enables you to split your students automatically into groups. This can be done to a fixed number of groups (to match the number of markers) or split students into maximum sized groups (to help identify how many markers you need)! Once your groups are created, you… Continue reading #394 Team marking in Turnitin/Moodle? Auto-groups can help!
In this video we explore how you can use Moodle assignments to give feedback to students, even when they haven’t submitted online. This is a great tip for getting feedback to students who have submitted a portfolio, artistic piece or presentation. Featured Image “BA Architecture Degree Show 2017” by Andrew Sides shared under CC BY-NC 2.0
Formative is a free to use quiz tool that has some nice features. Sign up for your free teacher account here: https://goformative.com/#signup In this video, I’ll demonstrate how to use Formative to set up a quiz. Featured Image: “Thinking” by Postcards from Inside licenced under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
We covered the confusingly named Feedback Activity in Moodle a few posts ago, see: #160 Moodle Feedback [1/2]: An easy way to survey your students! You use the Feedback Activity for creating student surveys in Moodle. One way to share a good survey with colleagues, is to set it as a template. Featured Image: “Templates” by Volpin… Continue reading #310 Using the Moodle Feedback Activity? Share questions using templates
This is the fourth (and final!) in a series of videos on how to mark using Turnitin. If you have missed the other videos in this group, catch up now: Marking with Turnitin In this post we cover a very quick introduction to using the Originality Report. As I mention in the video, there is no… Continue reading #298 Marking with Turnitin [4/4]: Using the Originality Report
In this final instalment of Jotform, a free* web 2 tool for designing forms we take you through how to view and download responses. The first in the series provides an overview of Jotform and can be found here The second in this series takes you through how to create a form and can be… Continue reading #295 Jotform [3/3]: Reviewing and downloading responses
Jotform is an easy to use Web 2 tool that allows you to create a multitude of forms, surveys, polls and more for a wide variety of purposes. In this second instalment we’ll take you through the easy process of creating a new form and adding some tools. I’ve assumed you’ve created a free account… Continue reading #291 Jotform [2/3]: Creating a new form
This is the first in a series of videos demonstrating how to mark using the tools provided by Turnitin. In this post we explore how you can use Quickmarks to add comments to students work. Quickmarks provide a quick and easy way to save comments that you frequently make to students and enable you to… Continue reading #283 Marking with Turnitin [1/4]: Quickmarks
If you have ever been asked to review someone’s work or have asked someone to give you some feedback on a Word document, make sure you use track changes to keep a record of any edits that have been made. With track changes turned on it’s really easy to see what has been amended in… Continue reading #178 Reviewing a document? Track your changes!
In our last post on Moodle Feedback (#160 Moodle Feedback: [1/2] An easy way to survey your students!) we had a look at how you set it up, in this video we take a look at how you access the feedback. In the settings for this survey, we chose for the feedback to be anonymous,… Continue reading #164 Moodle Feedback [2/2]: View the results!