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  • An activity is generally an interactive learning segment for a student in a course. The teacher adds activities by a pull-down menu found in their
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  • ...criterion. The criterion might be viewing, receiving a certain score or a student marking it as complete.
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  • ...quirements - this makes extra work for the server and it's unlikely that a student could meet any other conditions without viewing the activity. It does not matter how well the student did. Getting any grade will mark the activity completed.
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  • everyone can answer or whether you want to restrict it to tutor only or student only responses. For restricted access options remember to assign the corre ...rage the students to complete a questionnaire, you may choose to award the student a grade (on a 1-100 scale) upon completion.
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  • ...teacher in a course will have more options in Course administration than a student.
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  • |[[File:rubricbeforesubmission.png|thumb|Student view of rubric '''before''' submission]] ==Rubric feedback for student view when Anonymous Marking is used==
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  • ...ate an answer, which may be scored and bring additional information to the student or present a new set of information to consider.
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  • [[File:newdocsassignment1.png|thumb||Student view of an assignment]] Student submissions are together on one screen of your course. You can require them
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  • ===I don’t see the submit button when testing my assignment as a student=== ...t. For that reason it is always preferable where possible to have a "test" student log in to use.
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  • ===Student view=== ...given ''(4).'' The teacher saves the changes ''(5)'' and moves to the next student ''(6)''
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  • ...and in the [[Calendar block|Calendar]]. It will display when at least one student has submitted. ...their teacher on submitting work. If Anonymous (blind) marking is enabled, student comments display in the gradebook as from "Participant 01 etc" to avoid rev
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  • A teacher can mark the attendance status of a student as "Present", "Absent", "Late", or "Excused". These status descriptions are ''P'' to set everyone's status to "Present", and then set the absent student's status to "Absent".
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  • ...or example in a quiz, when you don't want the answer to be revealed to the student via an auto-linked glossary term being present in a question.
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  • A student can view other students' course badges by going to ''Navigation>Participant
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  • and the first question is a qualifying question to determine if the student will skip the review or jump to the review. The teacher found that most s new simple branch started with it's own table of contents to direct the student to different areas of interest. This teacher favored using question pages t
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  • *A lesson is made up of pages which may have content for the student to read or questions for them to answer. The questions can be created by th *A cluster is a group of question pages which will be offered randomly to a student as they work through the lesson.It is best if you have made the question pa
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  • the category from which the random questions are chosen, otherwise the student will be shown a friendly error message. The more questions you provide the *The order in which questions appear to the student may be randomised or 'shuffled' by ticking the 'Shuffle' box at the top of
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  • In this example we want the student to see text in the answer along with the answer. Given a question written ...they know how to correctly factor out a binomial equation. We want every student to have a unique problem to solve.
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  • When a student takes the test, Moodle will randomly select values for '''{base}''' and ''' When Moodle delivers a Calculated question to the student, the wildcards are replaced with randomly-selected values. However, these v
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  • * User (personal event a student user can create - viewable only by the user)
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