Assessing an Assignment

Getting Started: Course Dashboard

  1. Click on Courses in the side menu.
  2. Click on Courses located in the side menu below.
  3. Click on Dashboard located in the side menu below. If you are unable to access the Courses Dashboard, you will need to contact your campus Unit Administrator for help.
  4. Select the Term from the drop down menu.
  5. Click on the Course sub-tab that contains the assignment you want to assess.
  6. Click on the number located below the Assessment(s) pending portion of the assignment you want to assess to view the students who have submitted their assignments.      
                                    
    Faculty-Dashboard.png

    Faculty Dashboard

  7. Click on the name of the student you want to assess to open a split screen.
    1. On the left, you will be able to view the assignment details, any attached standards and the student’s submission.
    2. On the right, you will be able to view the assignment’s assessment tool(s).

Assessment Split Screen

Assessment Split Screen

Viewing Student Submissions

Students have the option to attach three different types of work. These will be visible under the Submission(s) sub-tab.

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Submissions Tab

  1. If the student has submitted a Tk20 artifact, you may click on the title of the Artifact and it will display on the left side of the screen.         
                                                                                               
    Assessing-an-Artifact.png

    Assessing an Artifact

  2. If the student has submitted a Tk20 text, you may click on the title of the Text and it will display on the left side of the screen.          
                                                                                                                       
    Assessing-a-Text-Entry.png

    Assessing a Text Entry
     

  3. If the student has submitted a file upload, you may click on Download to save it to your computer, or you can click on View and Annotate to open the document in your internet browser.                   

    Download or Annotate a File Upload

    Download or Annotate a File Upload
     

    1. Select the text you wish to annotate.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

      Select the Text

      Select the Text
       

    2. Then click on Edit to leave an annotated comment. Click Save to add your annotated comment.                                                                                                                                

      Save the Annotation

      Save the Annotation
       

    3. Hover with your mouse over the annotated area. Click on Edit to edit your comment or Delete to delete it.

 Assessing Student Submissions

  1. Click on the name of the Assessment Tool.
  2. Complete the assessment by selecting the radio button for each criterion within the traditional rubric, as well as any additional questions and click Save & Close or Save.
    1. If you select Save, you save the entry and will remain in the Assessment Tool.
    2. If you click Save & Close, you save the entry and you will return to the previous page.
  3. After you have completed the assessment tool(s), choose one of the following actions:
  • Submit: Submit the assessment for the student to see
  • Close: Exit the assessment tool without saving any changes (if you clicked Save in the assessment tool previously, these changes will be saved).

 Note(s):

  • If available, comments may be left for each criterion within the score column of the rubric.                                                                                                                                                                      
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    Optional – Comments per Criterion
     

  • A Grade may be entered for the student based on the Total Score.                                                                                                                                                                                                        
    Optional – Grade

    Optional – Grade

Granting an Extension to the Student

An extension may be granted to an assignment with a status of Not submittedAssessment pending, or Assessed. The steps below are for an assignment submitted and assessed, as this requires an initial step of revoking the assignment. For assignments with a status of Not submitted or Assessment pending, the revoke step below (7 b.) is not needed, but an extension may still be granted.

  1. Click on Courses in the side menu.
  2. Click on Courses located in the side menu below.
  3. Click on Dashboard located in the side menu below. If you are unable to access the Courses Dashboard, you will need to contact your campus Unit Administrator for help.
  4. Select the Term from the drop down menu. The current term is selected by default.
  5. Click on the Course sub-tab that contains the assignment you want to assess.
  6. Click on the number located below the Assessment portion of the assignment (indicated in green) to view the students who have submitted their assignments.
  7. Click on the name of the student you want to grant an extension to open a split screen.
    1. If only one assessment tool is used for the assignment, it will open on the right. If more than one assessment tool is used, click on the name of the assessment tool to open.
    2. Click on Revoke on the upper right..
    3. Click on the Extensions sub-tab
    4. Click on Edit Due Date.
    5. Enter a New Due Date/Time and Comments and click Update.                                                                                                                                                                                        
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      Extensions Tab

You can also refer to the video link: Faculty Assessing Coursework
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