Impostazioni Workshop


Aggiungere un nuovo workshop

  • Dopo aver attivato la modalità di modifica, nella sezione in cui si vuole aggiungere il workshop, cliccare sul collegamento Aggiungi una una attività o una risorsa (o, in sua assenza, sul menù a tendina Aggiungi un’attività) e selezionare Workshop.
  • Nella schermata successiva, nella sezione Generale, inserire un nome e una descrizione per il workshop, che spieghi agli Studenti di cosa parlerà il Workshop. È possibile mostrare la descrizione spuntando la relativa casella.
  • Tutte le impostazioni possono essere espanse cliccando sul collegamento Espandi tutto in alto a destra.

Descrizione

È mostrata agli Studenti nella pagina di riepilogo del Workshop, subito sotto il Planner, nella Fase di allestimento. Può essere utilizzata per fornire una breve introduzione all’attività (le istruzioni per ogni fase saranno disponibili successivamente).

Impostazioni voto

Criterio di valutazione

Quello che viene scelto qui determina la 'Scheda di valutazione' che gli Studenti utilizzerano e anche i criteri per valutare le consegne. Per descrizioni più dettagliate consultare Criteri di valutazione.

Voto cumulativo
Ogni criterio di valutazione prevede un voto numerico, insieme a ponderazione e commenti opzionali; il voto finale è calcolato sulla base dei voti separati e delle rispettive ponderazioni.
Commenti
Prevede l'assegnazione di feedback, non di voti numerici. I commenti possono apparire sia in un singolo campo o come risposte a una serie di domande guida.
Numero di errori
I valutatori stabiliscono se il lavoro ha superato o fallito ogni criterio (ad esempio ha idee originali, risponde alle domande), possono fornire commenti e valutare con sì/no specifiche affermazioni.
Rubric
Genera un voto numerico sulla base del livello di successo stabilito dai valutatori per ogni criterio. Sarà possibile definire i criteri e, per ciascun criterio, tutti i livelli necessari. Se si necessita di più criteri, salvare il modulo quindi, alla prossima modifica, un livello extra sarà disponibile. Il Rubric verrà visualizzato con un campo di testo libero per il 'Feedback complessivo'.
Nota:
  1. I criteri di valutazione non possono essere modificati una volta entrati nella Fase di consegna.
  2. Il Rubric genererà sempre un voto numerico e non può essere impostato solo sull'assegnazione di Feedback. Ad ogni livello, sarà necessario attribuire un singolo voto numerico che dovrà essere unico. Attualmente, non è possibile importare o riutilizzare Rubric creati altrove.

Voto per la consegna

Questa opzione imposta il voto massimo che uno Studente può ottenere da un Docente per una determinata consegna, su una scala da 0 a 100. Se sono state impostate delle Categorie di valutazione, saranno selezionabili dal menù a discesa.

Sufficienza per la consegna

Qui si può impostare il voto minimo per la consegna dell'attività. Può essere combinato con il Completamento attività e la Disponibilità condizionata, affinché uno Studente non possa accedere all’attività successiva fino a quando non avrà ottenuto il voto richiesto.

Voto per la valutazione

Definisce il voto massimo che uno Studente può ricevere per la valutazione del lavoro degli altri Studenti. Anche questo per questo voto la scala disponibile è fra 0 e 100. Se sono state impostate eventuali Categorie di valutazione, apparirà un menù a tendina da cui selezionarle.

Sufficienza per la valutazione

Qui si può impostare un voto minimo per considerare l'attività superata. Può essere combinato con il Completamento attività e la Disponibilità condizionata, affinché uno Studente non possa accedere all’attività successiva fino a quando non avrà ottenuto il voto richiesto.

Impostazioni consegna

Istruzioni di consegna

Gli Studenti vedranno queste istruzioni dopo aver cliccato sul collegamento al Workshop. Spiegare qui come fare per ottenere una consegna soddisfacente. Potrebbe essere utile anche rinviare gli Studenti alle istruzioni generali per utilizzare il Workshop - ad esempio, come capire la presenza di scadenze e cosa fare in ogni fase. Se si vuole che gli Studenti alleghino dei file, selezionare qui il numero di allegati ammessi, fino a un massimo di 7. Se lo si lascia a 0, gli Studenti potranno solo inserire testo. Si può anche specificare la dimensione massima di upload per i file - a seconda del limite del corso. Consultare Dimensione dell'upload di file. Si può anche specificare quali tipi di file è consentito caricare. (Chiedere all’Amministratore di controllare su Server > Tipi di file, se si vuole includere un tipo di file non comune).

Consegne in ritardo

Ticking this box will allow students to submit after the deadline. Any late submissions cannot be edited by the student - they just have one chance to submit.

If late submissions are allowed, you'll need to regularly allocate submissions by clicking the link. You can allocate submissions manually or randomly.

(Allocation settings are explained below - they will be made after these workshop settings have been saved by clicking the “Allocate Submissions” link highlighted with a red box in the picture of the dashboard. See the section Submission phase.)

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Impostazioni valutazione

Istruzioni per la valutazione

Students see these instructions when the Workshop is in Assessment Phase. They are important to students' understanding of the task before assessing their classmates’ submissions.

After these workshop settings have been saved, Teachers can access further settings related to allocating assessments. See the section Setup phase.

Usa autovalutazione

Checking this box means that students may be allocated their own work to assess. This will depend on Moodle's allocation i.e. the larger the group of students the less likely it is that anyone will be allocated their own work.

Commento

Modalità feedback complessivo

If this is enabled, a text box appears at the bottom of each assessment form for reviewers to give an overall comment about the submission. You can make this required or optional, and you can also specify a number of attachments and maximum upload size of these attached files, dependent on the course upload limit.

You can also specify which file types they are allowed to upload.(Ask your admin to check Server > File types if you want to include an uncommon file type.)

Conclusione

Text you add here will be shown to the students when the workshop is over. It is a good idea to signpost students to how they can access the assessments they have received. It might also include suggestions on what students should do next.

Consegne di esempio

In some situations, it might be helpful to the students to see one or more examples of what they must submit. If you offer example submission, you can choose whether students are required to assess them or if is optional. If they are required to assess the example submissions, then you can also decide whether they assess them before they submit their own work or afterwards, but before peer assessing.

Note: Assessments of the example submission are not counted when calculating the grade for assessment.

Disponibilità

This section deals with setting submission times and assessment times for the workshop. That is the time when students can start submitting as well as the deadline for submitting, and similarly the time assessments for other students’ work start and when they must finish assessing other students work.

All dates - open for submissions from, submissions deadline, open for assessment from and assessment deadline - are displayed in the course calendar.

Availability lets a teacher decide if they want a workshop with a closed schedule or one that is open ended. Setting an opening time but leaving the deadline open makes it an ongoing activity. To set the opening time and deadline for either submissions or assessments teachers must click the enable button next to the option they want to set. Once the enabled has been checked the 5 drop down boxes will be activated and available for change.

The first three boxes correspond to the date and we can either set this box by box or by selecting the date in the calendar that pops up when any of the date boxes are selected. The last two boxes correspond to the time in 24 hour time, the first of the two being hours and the second being minutes. Teachers simply set the desired time for each of the sections they wish to activate.

If teachers check the box "Switch to the next phase after the submissions deadline", the workshop will automatically switch to the assessment phase after the next cron job.

Note that even if Switch to the next phase after the submissions deadline is enabled, a teacher will need to manually move the workshop into Submission Phase and click on Close to conclude the workshop and reveal the assessments.

Impostazioni comuni

See Common module settings

Disponibilità condizionata/Completamento attività

These settings are visible if Restrict access and Activity completion have been enabled in the site and the course.

Cliccare su Salva e visualizza per accedere a ulteriori impostazioni

Fase di allestimento

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  • You must now click 'Edit assessment form' to set the criteria students will need for when they do their peer assessments later on.
  • Include an example submission if you want students to be able to see this form when they submit.
  • You can choose from several grading strategies. See Workshop grading strategies for more information.

Fase di consegna

To decide how students will receive the submissions of their peers, click the 'Allocate submissions' link in the Submission phase section.

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Manual Allocation options
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Random Allocation options
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Scheduled Allocation options

Distribuzione manuale

Here,a teacher can manually choose which students review whose work. A student can review work even if they have not submitted anything themselves.

Distribuzione casuale

The teacher is given 5 settings that determine how the random allocation will work.

  • Number of reviews: Here the teacher picks between 0 and 30 reviews for either each submission or per reviewer. That is the teacher may choose to either set the number of reviews each submission must have or the number of reviews each student has to carry out
  • Prevent reviews by peers from the same group: If the teacher wishes for students of the same group to never review each other’s work, as most likely it is their work too in a group submission, then they can check this box and moodle will ensure that they are only allocated other students out of their group’s work to access
  • Remove current allocations: Checking this box means that any manual allocations that have been set in the Manual Allocation menu will be removed
  • Can access with no submission: Having this box checked allows students to assess other students’ work without having already submitted their own work.
  • Add self assessments: This options when checked make sure that as well as assessing other students’ work they must also assess their own. This is a good option to teach students how to be objective towards their own work.

Distribuzione pianificata

If you set the workshop to automatically switch to the Assessment phase once the deadline for submissions is over, then enabling Scheduled allocation means that Moodle will automatically allocate (randomly) the submissions to be assessed. As with manual random allocation, you can specify the number of reviews, whether or not students need to have submitted something in order to be able to assess, and so on.

Fase di valutazione

  • Examples:

Students can assess example submissions for practice before assessing their peers' work if this feature is enabled. They can compare their assessments with reference assessments made by the teacher. The grade will not be counted in the grade for assessment.

Teachers need to upload one or more example submissions and the corresponding reference assessment to support this function.

Teachers can also edit the reference assessment later by clicking the ‘re-assess’ button in the first page.

  • Peer assessment:

If this feature is enabled, a student will be allocated a certain amount of submissions from his peers to assess. He will receive a grade for each assessment, which will be added together with the grade for his own submission and this will be used as his final grade for this assignment.

This is the key feature of workshop: To encourage students to assess the work of their peers and learn from each other. Through this, they will see the strengths of their classmates’ submissions and have a better understanding about how to do a good job. In addition, the advices they get from their peers will give them a more comprehensive view of their own work: The comments from their peers will point out the weakness of their work, which is generally difficult to find out by themselves.

  • Self-assessment:

If this option is turned on, a student may be allocated his own work to assess. The grade he receives from assessment of his own work will be counted into the grade for assessment, which will be added together with the grade for submission and used to calculate his final grade for this assignment.

This setting enables teachers to see whether students can find out the strength and weakness of their own submissions and judge them objectively. It is a good way to help students think more comprehensively.

Fase di calcolo dei voti

Impostazioni di calcolo dei voti

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Grading evaluation settings

Here you can choose your settings for calculation of the grade for assessments.

Metodo di calcolo dei voti

This setting determines how to calculate grade for assessments. Currently there is only one option- comparison with the best assessment.

The Comparison with the best assessment tries to imagine what a hypothetical absolutely fair assessment would look like.

For example, a teacher uses Number of errors as grading strategy to peer-assess one assignment. This strategy uses a couple of assertions and assessors just need to check if the given assertion is passed or failed. That is, they only need to choose ‘yes’ or ‘no’ for each criterion in the assessment form. In this case, there are three assessors, Alice, Bob and Cindy. And the assessment form contains three criteria. The author will get 100% grade if all the criteria are passed, 75% if two criteria are passed, 25% if only one criterion is passed and 0% if the assessor gives ‘no’ for all three assertions. Here are the assessments they give to one certain work:


Alice: yes/yes/no
Bob: yes/yes/no
Cindy: no/yes/yes


Then the best assessment will be:
Yes/yes/no


Second, the workshop will give the best assessment 100% grade. Next it will measure the ‘distance’ from other assessments to this best assessment. The farther the distance, the lower grade the assessment will receive. And Comparison of assessments setting, next to the Grade evaluation setting, will determine how quickly the grade falls down if the assessment differs from the best one.

Note: Comparison with the best assessment method will compare responses to each individual criterion instead of comparing the final grades. In the example above, all of the three assessors give 75% to the submission. However, only Alice and Bob will get 100% grade for their assessments, while Cindy will get a lower grade. Because Alice and Bob agree in individual responses too, while the responses in Cindy’s assessment are different.

  • Confronto delle valutazioni:

This setting has 5 options: very lax, lax, fair, strict and very strict. It specifies how strict the comparison of assessment should be. By using comparison with the best assessment method, all assessments will be compared with the best assessment picked up by workshop. The more similar one assessment is with the best assessment, the higher grade this assessment will get, and vice versa. This setting determines how quickly the grades fall down when the assessments differ from the best assessment.

Workshop toolbox

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Workshop toolbox

Elimina tutti i voti aggregati

Clicking this button will reset aggregated grades for submission and grades for assessment. Teachers can re-calculate these grades from scratch in Grade evaluation phase.

Elimina valutazioni

By clicking this button, grades for assessments along with grades for submission will be reset. The assessment form will remain the same but all the reviewers need to open the assessment form again and re-save it to get the given grades calculated again.

Impostazioni di Amministrazione del sito

The workshop module has additional settings which may be changed by an administrator in Administration > Site administration > Plugins > Activity modules > Workshop. The settings enable default values to be set for all edit workshop settings.

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