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Assessment Grading

  User Roles

This feature can be used by the following user roles:

  • Centre Managers (to create grades)
  • Asessors (to set grades)

  Permissions

Can create and manage grades

Grades represent that values that can be selected when grading assessments. Individual grades can be grouped together into a Grade Range, which will be displayed to the assessor when setting the grade.


Creating Grades

Grades are the options that appear in a drop down list when grading a learner's assessment. To create a Grade, follow the below steps:

  1. Click Quality in the navigation menu
  2. Click Grading
  3. Click Create Grade
  4. Enter the Reference (e.g. P)
  5. Enter the Description (e.g. Pass)

Repeat steps 3-6 to create all of the grades you require.


Grade Ranges

Now that you have created your grades these can be grouped together by creating Grade Ranges. This allows you to control which grades appear in the drop-down list when grading a learner's assessment. To create Grade Ranges, follow the below steps:

  1. Click Grade Ranges
  2. Click Create Grade Ranges
  3. Enter the Title
  4. Select the grades you want to be added to the grade range
  5. Change the order them by clicking on the Up and Down arrows
  6. Click Save


Grading by Assessment Method

When you've created at least one Grade Range, you can now configure which Assessment Methods should be graded. To do this follow the steps below:

  1. Click the Assessment Grading tab
  2. Click Assign Grade Range in the "Assessment Grading by Method" section
  3. Select the Method
  4. Select the Grade Range
  5. Tick if is should be mandatory for the grade to be selected
  6. Click Save


Grading by Class Assessment Method

If you want more control over which assessments need to be graded, you can also link the Grade Ranges to assessment methods for certain Classes. Doing this will make the grade range available on all assessments when the specified method is selected, but only for the learners assigned to the specified class. To do this follow the steps below:

  1. Click the Assessment Grading tab
  2. Click Assign Grade Range in the "Assessment Grading by Class Method" section
  3. Select the Class
  4. Select the Method
  5. Select the Grade Range
  6. Tick if is should be mandatory for the grade to be selected
  7. Click Save

Once the grade range has been assigned to a method a new section will appear at the bottom of the assessments titled "Grade". 

The grade can only be set by the assessor which will become visible to the learner once the assessment has been signed. 

If you chose to mark this grade range as Mandatory the assessor will not be able to sign the assessment until a grade is chosen from the drop-down list.



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