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(Updated as per 3.3 page)
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===Filtrando envíos===
 
===Filtrando envíos===
  
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Un menú desplegable al que se accede desde la sección de 'Opciones' le permite a Usted filtrar los envíos de forma tal que Usted pueda, por ejemplo, ver rápidamente cuales estudiantes todavía no han enviado.
  
A dropdown menu accessed from the 'Options' section allows you to filter submissions so you can for example quickly see which students have not submitted yet.
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'''Nuevo en Moodle 3.3:''' Usted también puede filtrar envíos a los que les hayan otorgado extensiones (para entregarlos después).
  
[[File:assignmentfilter.png]]
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[[File:ES_filterassignments.png]]
  
 
===Estatus del envío===
 
===Estatus del envío===
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#A confirmation displays.
 
#A confirmation displays.
  
===Grading individual submissions===
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===Calificar envíos individuales===
 
If you have enabled File Feedback in the [[Configuraciones de tarea]] and wish to upload either the marked student assignment, a completed text based feedback document or audio feedback, click on the green tick in the Grade column (or use the icon in the Edit column and select Grade).
 
If you have enabled File Feedback in the [[Configuraciones de tarea]] and wish to upload either the marked student assignment, a completed text based feedback document or audio feedback, click on the green tick in the Grade column (or use the icon in the Edit column and select Grade).
  
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|[[File:green tick.jpg|thumb|Green tick]]
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|[[File:green tick.jpg|thumb|Palomita verde]]
|[[File:grade.jpg|thumb|Grading]]
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|[[File:grade.jpg|thumb|Calificar]]
|[[File:feedbackfiles.png|thumb|Feedback files]]
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|[[File:feedbackfiles.png|thumb|Archivos de retrroalimentación]]
 
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====Annotating submissions====
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====Hacer anotaciones a los envíos====
  
 
Si el estudiante ha subido un archivo PDF, DOCX u ODT, o si Usted configura 'Comentario en-línea ' par aun envío de texto en-línea, entonces sus envíos se mostrarán en la pantalla para calificarlos, lo que le permite a USted hacerles anotaciones, usando una variedad de herramientas, sellos (si los subió el administrador) y comentarios que pueden ser guardados en un banco de comentarios. Cuando las anotaciones estén completas, haga click en 'Guardar los cambios', lo que causará que se le muestren al estudiante como parte de su retroalimentación.  
 
Si el estudiante ha subido un archivo PDF, DOCX u ODT, o si Usted configura 'Comentario en-línea ' par aun envío de texto en-línea, entonces sus envíos se mostrarán en la pantalla para calificarlos, lo que le permite a USted hacerles anotaciones, usando una variedad de herramientas, sellos (si los subió el administrador) y comentarios que pueden ser guardados en un banco de comentarios. Cuando las anotaciones estén completas, haga click en 'Guardar los cambios', lo que causará que se le muestren al estudiante como parte de su retroalimentación.  
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{{Nota|Para segurar que los comentarios se les muestren a los estudiantes de la forma que pretende la persona que califica, instruya a los estudiantes para que descarguen el PDF con anotaciones en lugar de uqe simplemente vean la vista previa. LA vista previa en ocasiones muestra los comentarios en una forrma tal que oscurece al texto original.}}
 
{{Nota|Para segurar que los comentarios se les muestren a los estudiantes de la forma que pretende la persona que califica, instruya a los estudiantes para que descarguen el PDF con anotaciones en lugar de uqe simplemente vean la vista previa. LA vista previa en ocasiones muestra los comentarios en una forrma tal que oscurece al texto original.}}
  
{{Nota|Si USted no puede hacerle anotaciones a los envíos de los estudiantes, revise con su administrador que  estén instalados [[http://www.ghostscript.com/ Ghostscript ] y [https://github.com/dagwieers/unoconv unoconv 07]].}}
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{{Nota|Si Usted no puede hacerle anotaciones a los envíos de los estudiantes, revise con su administrador que  estén instalados [http://www.ghostscript.com/ Ghostscript ] y [https://github.com/dagwieers/unoconv unoconv 07].}}
  
 
===Controlar cuando notificarle a los estudiantes sobre su trabajo calificado===
 
===Controlar cuando notificarle a los estudiantes sobre su trabajo calificado===
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[[File:notifystudents.png|center|thumb|500px]]
 
[[File:notifystudents.png|center|thumb|500px]]
  
====Keeping grades hidden until a release date====
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====Mantener ocultas las calificaciones hasta una fecha de liberación====
  
 
Or if you need to keep your grades and feedback hidden from students until marking is finalised, and then release them to all students at the same time, there are two alternatives.   
 
Or if you need to keep your grades and feedback hidden from students until marking is finalised, and then release them to all students at the same time, there are two alternatives.   
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#Finally '''Save changes'''.
 
#Finally '''Save changes'''.
  
===Offline marking - downloading and uploading multiple grades and feedback files===
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===Calificar fuera-de-línea - descargar y subir calificaciones múltiples y archivos de retroalimentación===
 
If you don't have an internet connection or prefer to grade outside Moodle, you can do so (including with anonymous submissions).
 
If you don't have an internet connection or prefer to grade outside Moodle, you can do so (including with anonymous submissions).
 
These easy stages explained below:
 
These easy stages explained below:
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Go to the settings of that assignment.
 
Go to the settings of that assignment.
 
For Feedback types, ensure that the Moodle Assignment settings, Feedback comments, Feedback files, and Offline grading worksheet are ticked.  
 
For Feedback types, ensure that the Moodle Assignment settings, Feedback comments, Feedback files, and Offline grading worksheet are ticked.  
====Download the submitted work====
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====Descargar el trabajo enviado====
 
#Click on the assignment name on the Moodle course homepage to access the summary page and click View all submissions; a page with the Grading Table displays.
 
#Click on the assignment name on the Moodle course homepage to access the summary page and click View all submissions; a page with the Grading Table displays.
 
#From the Grading action drop-down menu choose Download all submissions; save the zip file (i.e. the compressed and bundled submissions).
 
#From the Grading action drop-down menu choose Download all submissions; save the zip file (i.e. the compressed and bundled submissions).
 
#In your file management software go to the place you saved the zip file.  
 
#In your file management software go to the place you saved the zip file.  
 
#Extract the contents of the zip file, usually by double-clicking and following the prompts. Extract to a new folder so all the feedback files can easily be zipped back together later if you need to upload them with feedback.  
 
#Extract the contents of the zip file, usually by double-clicking and following the prompts. Extract to a new folder so all the feedback files can easily be zipped back together later if you need to upload them with feedback.  
====Download the Grading Worksheet to record grades ====
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====Descargar la Hoja_de_cálculo para guardar las calificaciones ====
 
#Next, to download the spreadsheet in which you'll enter the grades and brief comments, return to the Moodle Assignment page and from its Grading action drop-down menu choose Download grading worksheet and save that file (keep its csv file format).
 
#Next, to download the spreadsheet in which you'll enter the grades and brief comments, return to the Moodle Assignment page and from its Grading action drop-down menu choose Download grading worksheet and save that file (keep its csv file format).
 
{{Nota|Helpfully that downloaded worksheet will contain any existing grades and summary comments which have already been given for that assignment i.e. if marking has already started. However, to see pre-existing comments fully you may need to set your spreadsheet to 'wrap text' within cells.}}
 
{{Nota|Helpfully that downloaded worksheet will contain any existing grades and summary comments which have already been given for that assignment i.e. if marking has already started. However, to see pre-existing comments fully you may need to set your spreadsheet to 'wrap text' within cells.}}
====Grade and annotate (if applicable) the submitted work====
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====Calificar y hacerle anotaciones (si aplica) al trabajo enviado====
 
After downloading the submissions and the grading worksheet:
 
After downloading the submissions and the grading worksheet:
 
#Open a downloaded assignment file to assess it.  
 
#Open a downloaded assignment file to assess it.  
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#They are now ready for upload (see below).
 
#They are now ready for upload (see below).
  
====Upload the completed grading worksheet====
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====Subir la hoja_de_trabajo para calificar completada====
 
When you are ready to upload grades and summary feedback:
 
When you are ready to upload grades and summary feedback:
 
#Click on the assignment name on the Moodle course homepage to access the summary page and click '''View/grade all submissions'''.
 
#Click on the assignment name on the Moodle course homepage to access the summary page and click '''View/grade all submissions'''.
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#If you are ready to proceed, click '''Confirm'''; a summary of updates displays.
 
#If you are ready to proceed, click '''Confirm'''; a summary of updates displays.
 
#Click '''Continue'''.
 
#Click '''Continue'''.
====Upload feedback files (if applicable)====
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====Subir archivos de retroalimentación (si aplicara)====
 
#Click on the assignment name on the Moodle course homepage to access the summary page and click '''View/grade all submissions'''.
 
#Click on the assignment name on the Moodle course homepage to access the summary page and click '''View/grade all submissions'''.
 
#From the Grading action drop-down menu choose '''Upload multiple feedback files in a zip'''.
 
#From the Grading action drop-down menu choose '''Upload multiple feedback files in a zip'''.
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#From the page containing the Grading Table, you can check your feedback files by enabling Quick grading (see Options at the bottom of that page) and scrolling horizontally, if needed.  
 
#From the page containing the Grading Table, you can check your feedback files by enabling Quick grading (see Options at the bottom of that page) and scrolling horizontally, if needed.  
  
===Give the same feedback file to multiple students===
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===Darle el mismo archivo de retroalimentación a varios estudiantes===
 
If you have high level feedback you want to give to an entire cohort, it is generally a good idea to give this feedback in the context of the assignment, rather than e.g. separately via a Forum. Moodle allows you to select some or all students and attach a single, common feedback file to their assignment feedback. This common feedback will appear to each student along with any other individual feedback files you have prepared for each.  
 
If you have high level feedback you want to give to an entire cohort, it is generally a good idea to give this feedback in the context of the assignment, rather than e.g. separately via a Forum. Moodle allows you to select some or all students and attach a single, common feedback file to their assignment feedback. This common feedback will appear to each student along with any other individual feedback files you have prepared for each.  
 
#Prepare the single file of feedback.
 
#Prepare the single file of feedback.
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#Check your file is in place by scrolling horizontally to the '''Feedback files''' column.
 
#Check your file is in place by scrolling horizontally to the '''Feedback files''' column.
  
===Downloading student submissions===
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===Descargar envíos de estudiantes===
 
You can download a zip file containing all of the assignment submissions by selecting the  ‘Download all submissions’ options from the ''Choose'' menu at the top of the grading table, or in the settings menu. The files will have a Moodle unique identifier appended to the name, not your institutional student ID number.
 
You can download a zip file containing all of the assignment submissions by selecting the  ‘Download all submissions’ options from the ''Choose'' menu at the top of the grading table, or in the settings menu. The files will have a Moodle unique identifier appended to the name, not your institutional student ID number.
  
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==¿Qué tipo de envío le acomoda mejor?==
 
==¿Qué tipo de envío le acomoda mejor?==
  
===You want students to type shorter or longer responses directly online===
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===Usted quiere que los estudiantes escriban respuestas más cortas o más largas directamente en-línea===
  
 
*Set ''Online text'' to Yes. This works well for younger children who will only manage a sentence or two and works just as well for higher education students who write more.  
 
*Set ''Online text'' to Yes. This works well for younger children who will only manage a sentence or two and works just as well for higher education students who write more.  
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**Disadvantage: if the word count is expected to be large, setting ''Online text'' to No and ''File submission'' to Yes might be a better option.
 
**Disadvantage: if the word count is expected to be large, setting ''Online text'' to No and ''File submission'' to Yes might be a better option.
  
===You want students to submit work you can download in a specified program===
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===Usted quiere que los estudiantes envíen trabajo que Usted pueda descargar en un programa específico===
  
 
*Set ''File submission'' to Yes, set the number of files you will allow using the ''Maximum number of uploaded files'' setting and the file sizes by using the '' Maximum submission size'' setting.
 
*Set ''File submission'' to Yes, set the number of files you will allow using the ''Maximum number of uploaded files'' setting and the file sizes by using the '' Maximum submission size'' setting.
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**Disadvantage - assignments must downloaded to be viewed (but they can be [[Tarea_FAQ| descargadas masivamente]]) and the teacher needs the appropriate program to open them.
 
**Disadvantage - assignments must downloaded to be viewed (but they can be [[Tarea_FAQ| descargadas masivamente]]) and the teacher needs the appropriate program to open them.
  
===You want students to submit files at different times for a project===
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===Usted quiere que ls estudiantes envien archivos en diferentes tiempos para un proyecto===
  
 
*Set ''File submission'' to Yes, and use ''Maximum number of uploaded files'' to set the maximum number of separate files they can upload
 
*Set ''File submission'' to Yes, and use ''Maximum number of uploaded files'' to set the maximum number of separate files they can upload
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**Disadvantage - all project files are in one assignment area for grading - so they can only have  a single grade!
 
**Disadvantage - all project files are in one assignment area for grading - so they can only have  a single grade!
  
===You want students to write a response to a video/sound file/image===
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===Usted quiere que los estudiantes escriban una respuesta a un video/archivo de sonido/imagen===
  
 
*Set up an assignment allowing ''online text'' submission and get students to use the Moodle media icon to add video/sound/image files.  
 
*Set up an assignment allowing ''online text'' submission and get students to use the Moodle media icon to add video/sound/image files.  
  
===You want students to answer a series of questions on a video/sound file/image===
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===Usted quiere que los estudiantes repondan a una serie de preguntas en un archivo/una imagen de video/sonido===
*Investigate the [[Examen]] module. Assignments are really just for a single question.
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*Investigue el módulo de [[Examen]]. Las Tareas realmente son para una única pregunta solamente.
  
===You want to grade work students have done offline===
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===Usted quiere calificar el trabajo que los estudiantes han hecho fuera-de-línea===
 
*Uncheck the submission types when setting up the assignment. Students won't be required to do anything but you can use the assignment to grade them for work done outside of Moodle.
 
*Uncheck the submission types when setting up the assignment. Students won't be required to do anything but you can use the assignment to grade them for work done outside of Moodle.
  
===You want to view, comment on and send back students' assignments===
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===Usted quiere ver, hacerle comentarios y regresar las tareas de los estudiantes===
  
 
*Set up an assignment allowing ''file submissions''.
 
*Set up an assignment allowing ''file submissions''.
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**Disadvantage: if students upload other file types, you have to download them, comment and then re-upload them.
 
**Disadvantage: if students upload other file types, you have to download them, comment and then re-upload them.
  
===You want students to send you a comment or note along with their uploaded work===
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===Usted quiere que los estudiantes le manden un comentario o nota junto con su trabajo que suban===
  
 
*Although previous versions of Moodle allowed the ''Submission comments'' submission plugin to be toggled, this is no longer the case.  If [[Comentarios#Habilitar _comentarios|comments are enabled site-wide]], students will be able to add submission comments; if comments are disabled site-wide, students will not be given the option to add submission comments.
 
*Although previous versions of Moodle allowed the ''Submission comments'' submission plugin to be toggled, this is no longer the case.  If [[Comentarios#Habilitar _comentarios|comments are enabled site-wide]], students will be able to add submission comments; if comments are disabled site-wide, students will not be given the option to add submission comments.
  
===You want to allow students to redraft and decide when to submit the work===
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===Usted quiere permitirles a los estudiantes que re-escriban su borrador y decidan cuando enviar su trabajo===
  
 
*In the settings set ''Require students click submit button'' to Yes. Students can then control when their draft work is submitted to the teacher.  
 
*In the settings set ''Require students click submit button'' to Yes. Students can then control when their draft work is submitted to the teacher.  
  
===You want students to keep an ongoing journal or do an iterative assignment===
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===Usted quiere que los estudiantes conserven un registro tipo diario o que hagan una tarea iteractiva===
  
 
*In the settings set ''Require students click submit button'' to No. Students can continue to make changes to their assignment and at no point do they 'submit'. If the work will be graded at some point it is recommended that either ''Prevent late submissions'' is set to Yes to ensure that no changes can be made after the due date, or [[Usando_Tarea#Estatus del envío| todos los envíos están bloqueados]] when grading commences to ensure that the work is not altered during grading.
 
*In the settings set ''Require students click submit button'' to No. Students can continue to make changes to their assignment and at no point do they 'submit'. If the work will be graded at some point it is recommended that either ''Prevent late submissions'' is set to Yes to ensure that no changes can be made after the due date, or [[Usando_Tarea#Estatus del envío| todos los envíos están bloqueados]] when grading commences to ensure that the work is not altered during grading.
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**Disadvantage: there is no record/history of previous attempts (such as with the [[Wiki]]). The online text assignment does not replicate the display of a journal or blog where each new entry is additional to the previous ones.
 
**Disadvantage: there is no record/history of previous attempts (such as with the [[Wiki]]). The online text assignment does not replicate the display of a journal or blog where each new entry is additional to the previous ones.
  
===You want students to submit work in groups===
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===Usted quiere que los estudiantes envien su trabajo en grupos===
  
 
*In the settings, set "Students submit in groups" to Yes. If you just do this, then once one student has submitted, the assignment will be flagged as submitted even if the others haven't contributed. If you want to ensure everyone has an input, set "Require students click submit button" to Yes and then change "Require all group members to submit" to Yes. The assignment will only be classed as submitted when each member has contributed, and once one student has submitted, the remaining members's names will be displayed for the group to see who still needs to add their input.
 
*In the settings, set "Students submit in groups" to Yes. If you just do this, then once one student has submitted, the assignment will be flagged as submitted even if the others haven't contributed. If you want to ensure everyone has an input, set "Require students click submit button" to Yes and then change "Require all group members to submit" to Yes. The assignment will only be classed as submitted when each member has contributed, and once one student has submitted, the remaining members's names will be displayed for the group to see who still needs to add their input.
  
===You want to grade students' work anonymously===
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===Usted quiere calificar de forma anónima el trabajo de los estudiantes===
 
*In the settings, choose "Blind marking". When students submit assignments, their names will be replaced by randomly-generated participant numbers so you will not know who is who. Note that this is not '''totally''' blind marking because you can reveal their identities in the assignment settings and you can work out identities from the logs - so this might  not be suitable if your establishment has very precise privacy requirements.
 
*In the settings, choose "Blind marking". When students submit assignments, their names will be replaced by randomly-generated participant numbers so you will not know who is who. Note that this is not '''totally''' blind marking because you can reveal their identities in the assignment settings and you can work out identities from the logs - so this might  not be suitable if your establishment has very precise privacy requirements.
  
===You want to read and grade student assignments offline===
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===Usted quiere leer y calificar fuera-de-línea las tareas de los estudiantes===
 
*In the settings, choose "Offline grading worksheet". When students have submitted, click "View/grade all submissions" and you can download their assignments from the link "Download all submissions" and download the grading sheet from the link "Download grading worksheet". You can then edit grades and re-upload the grading worksheet. You can also upload multiple feedback files in a zip from this drop down menu. See [[Configuraciones de tarea]] for an explanation of how to use the "upload multiple feedback files as zip" feature.
 
*In the settings, choose "Offline grading worksheet". When students have submitted, click "View/grade all submissions" and you can download their assignments from the link "Download all submissions" and download the grading sheet from the link "Download grading worksheet". You can then edit grades and re-upload the grading worksheet. You can also upload multiple feedback files in a zip from this drop down menu. See [[Configuraciones de tarea]] for an explanation of how to use the "upload multiple feedback files as zip" feature.
  
===You want to hide students' grades until a time of your choosing.===
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===Usted quiere ocultar las calificaciones de los estudiantes hasta una fecha que Usted elija.===
Use 'marking workflow' as explained in [[Configuraciones de tarea]]
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Use 'flujograma de calificación' como se explica en [[Configuraciones de tarea]]
  
===You want to moderate other colleagues' marking or allocate certain teachers to certain students===
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===Usted quiere moderar la calificación que hagan otros colegas o asignar a ciertos profesores para ciertos estudiantes===
Use 'marking allocation' as explained in [[Configuraciones de tarea]]
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Use 'asignación de calificadores' como se explica en [[Configuraciones de tarea]]
  
==Keeping records (archiving, exporting, backing up)==
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==Mantener registros (archivar, exportar, respaldar)==
 
When students unenrol from a Moodle area, their records become invisible through the Gradebook interface. In order to have the information to hand, departments or course teaching teams may need systems in place to keep their own records for the data retention period required in their particular context. There are two separate procedures for exporting student submissions and marks.
 
When students unenrol from a Moodle area, their records become invisible through the Gradebook interface. In order to have the information to hand, departments or course teaching teams may need systems in place to keep their own records for the data retention period required in their particular context. There are two separate procedures for exporting student submissions and marks.
  
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#Click on the link to View/Grade all submissions; the Grading Table will load.
 
#Click on the link to View/Grade all submissions; the Grading Table will load.
 
#Click the link to 'Download all submissions' and save the file.
 
#Click the link to 'Download all submissions' and save the file.
==Tips and Tricks==
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==Sugerencias y Trucos==
 
* Want to use an Assignment activity again in another Moodle site? Use the [[Respaldo de actividad| respaldo y restauración]] options.   
 
* Want to use an Assignment activity again in another Moodle site? Use the [[Respaldo de actividad| respaldo y restauración]] options.   
 
*Want to use an Assignment activity in another course you teach?  Use the [[Importar datos de curso| Función de importación]] in the course administration block.
 
*Want to use an Assignment activity in another course you teach?  Use the [[Importar datos de curso| Función de importación]] in the course administration block.
 
*Moodle will sometimes appear not to be uploading a resubmitted assignment - you seem to be downloading the original assignment. This is a cache issue, in short, go to ''"Tools > Clear Recent History"'' in Firefox or ''"Tools > Delete Browsing History > Delete Temporary Files"'' in Windows Explorer. The newer file will then appear.
 
*Moodle will sometimes appear not to be uploading a resubmitted assignment - you seem to be downloading the original assignment. This is a cache issue, in short, go to ''"Tools > Clear Recent History"'' in Firefox or ''"Tools > Delete Browsing History > Delete Temporary Files"'' in Windows Explorer. The newer file will then appear.
  
==See also==
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==Vea también==
  
===Examples from [http://school.demo.net School demo site]===
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===Ejemplos del [http://school.demo.net School sitio demostrativo]===
  
 
* [http://school.demo.moodle.net/mod/assign/view.php?id=573&rownum=3&action=grade Teacher view of a PDF assignment which can  be annotated inline.]Log in with username 'teacher' and password 'moodle'
 
* [http://school.demo.moodle.net/mod/assign/view.php?id=573&rownum=3&action=grade Teacher view of a PDF assignment which can  be annotated inline.]Log in with username 'teacher' and password 'moodle'
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* [http://school.demo.moodle.net/mod/assign/view.php?id=191&action=grading Teacher view of blind marking grading screen] Log in with username 'teacher' and password 'moodle'
 
* [http://school.demo.moodle.net/mod/assign/view.php?id=191&action=grading Teacher view of blind marking grading screen] Log in with username 'teacher' and password 'moodle'
  
===Other===
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===Otros===
 
* [http://www.somerandomthoughts.com/blog/2013/07/07/one-approach-for-group-project-grading/ One approach to group project grading] blog post by Gavin Henrick
 
* [http://www.somerandomthoughts.com/blog/2013/07/07/one-approach-for-group-project-grading/ One approach to group project grading] blog post by Gavin Henrick
 
* [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=201307 Advantages of using Assignment upload over emailing a document] forum discussion
 
* [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=201307 Advantages of using Assignment upload over emailing a document] forum discussion

Revisión actual del 23:40 8 ago 2017

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Contenido

¿Qué opciones existen para enviar trabajos en Moodle?

Las formas estándar en que los estudiantes pueden enviar tareas son:

  • Envío de archivos (los estudiantes envían un archivo para su calificación)
  • Texto en línea (los estudiantes pueden escribir sus respuestas directamente en Moodle)
  • Comentarios a las tareas

Notas

  1. También es posible usar el módulo Tarea para evaluar una "tarea offline", ej: una en la cual el trabajo se ha realizado fuera de Moodle. Esto se hace simplemente desmarcando las tres opciones indicadas anteriormente.
  2. Si no está seguro de qué tipo de Tarea se adapta mejor a sus necesidades, eche un vistazo a la siguiente sección #¿Qué tipo de envío le acomoda mejor?

¿Cómo envían sus tareas los estudiantes?

The first page students will see when they click on the assignment activity link from the course page will display the assignment name, description and the submission status. The first time a student views the assignment it will look like this:

Student view of assignment

The submission status section includes:

  • Submission status
  • Grading status
  • Due date
  • Time remaining
  • Last modified
  • Submission details

As they progress through the assignment the Submission status and Grading status will update and the Last modified date will appear.

Example of submitted and graded assignment

If the student uploaded a file which the teacher has annotated, this will be made available in the feedback section. The student can search through the document and filter specific comments.

Student view of graded pdf file
Searching and filtering comments in annotated pdf

Submission statuses include:

  • Nothing submitted for this assignment
  • Draft (not submitted)
  • Submitted for grading

Grading statuses include:

  • Not graded
  • Graded

Envío de archivo

To submit a file submission, students complete the following steps:

  1. Click the ‘Add submission’ button to bring up the file upload page.
  2. Upload the relevant file into the submission. They are able to ‘drag and drop’ the file into the submission box.
  3. Click ‘Save Changes’.

There should now be a Last modified date and the file(s) uploaded will also be displayed. Depending on how the assignment is setup the status will either read ‘Submitted for grading’ - in which case no further action is need, or ‘Draft (not submitted)’.

  1. If changes are required, click on ‘Edit my submission’.
  2. Once ready to submit, click ‘Submit assignment’.

Note that once the assignment is 'submitted’ no further changes are allowed.

Student view when adding a submission
Student view once file is uploaded
Student view when submitting assignment

Note: Depending on how the assignment is setup students may see both a file submission page and an online text editor.

Enlaces de acceso controlado

Si el administrador ha habilitado esta característica para, ya sea el Repositorio Google Drive o el Repositorio OneDrive entonces los estudiantes pueden subir un archivo como un 'enlace de acceso controlado' desde cualquiera de estos repositorios. El archivo será entonces copiado a la cuenta del sitio y el estudiante ya no podrá editarlo.El estudiante conserva el archivo original en su propio Google Drive o OneDrive. Al profesor se le otorga permiso para editar el archivo con la finalidad de calificarlo, y al estudiante se le envía una copia del archivo editado.

Estudiante envía un enlace de acceso controlado

Texto en-línea

To submit online text, students complete the following steps:

  1. Click the ‘Add submission’ button to bring up the online text editor page.
  2. Type the relevant text into the editor de texto, or paste from a previously written file.
  3. Click ‘Save Changes’.

There should now be a Last modified date and the first 100 characters entered will also be displayed. Depending on how the assignment is setup the status will either read ‘Submitted for grading’ - in which case no further action is need, or ‘Draft (not submitted)’.

  1. If changes are required, click on ‘Edit my submission’.
  2. Once ready to submit, click ‘Submit assignment’.

Note that once the assignment is 'submitted’ no further changes are allowed.

Online text entered
Submitting assignment

Comentarios al envío

Depending on how the assignment has been setup, there may be a section where students can leave submission comments.

Student comments


Calificar y retroalimentación

When students have submitted their assignments, they can be accessed by clicking on the assignment activity. This will bring up the Grading Summary page.

The Grading Summary page displays a summary of the assignment, including; number of participants, number of drafts, number of submitted assignments, due date and time remaining.

Clicking 'Grade' will take you to the first student in the list so you can start grading individually. Clicking 'View all submissions' will take you to the grading table where you see all students.

The Grading Table contains columns of information about the student, the status of their submission, a link to grade their submission, a link to each submission and feedback comments and files (if enabled).

Filtrando envíos

Un menú desplegable al que se accede desde la sección de 'Opciones' le permite a Usted filtrar los envíos de forma tal que Usted pueda, por ejemplo, ver rápidamente cuales estudiantes todavía no han enviado.

Nuevo en Moodle 3.3: Usted también puede filtrar envíos a los que les hayan otorgado extensiones (para entregarlos después).

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Estatus del envío

If you will be assigning grades to student work, you may want to take note of the submission status before you begin the marking process. If you have required students click the Submit button, you may find that some submissions are still marked as Draft (not submitted), meaning the student has either uploaded a file(s) or entered some text, but has not clicked ‘Submit assignment’.

If it's after the due date and you are about to commencing marking that you use ‘Prevent submission changes’ to stop students from making changes to their assignment. You can do this one by one by using the icon in the Edit column.

Or you can select two or more students by putting a tick in the select column and going to 'Lock submissions’ from the With selected menu under the grading table.

Likewise you can also revert a student's submission to draft if they have uploaded the incorrect file. Instead of selecting ‘Prevent submission changes’ select ‘Revert the submission to draft’, or place ticks against selected students and choose 'Revert the submission to draft status' from the With selected menu under the grading table.

Submission statuses
Prevent submission changes dropdown
Lock submissions
Revert to draft
Revert to draft status

If the submission setting 'Attempts reopened' is set to 'Automatically until pass' and a submission is graded below the grade to pass, then then submission is automatically unlocked when the grade is saved. Similarly, if the submission setting 'Attempts reopened' is set to Manually, and a teacher selects 'Allow another attempt, then the submission is automatically unlocked. (Prior to 3.0.3, the submission need to be manually unlocked.)

Anulando fechas límites de tarea

¡Nueva característica
en Moodle 3.2!


Un profesor puede anular una fecha límite para un individuo o para un grupo desde el enlace para configuraciones de la ttarea (menú del engrane en el Tema Boost o en la Administración para otros temas.) Vea el screencast Assignment overrides para una demostración.

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Conceder extensiones

If an assignment has a deadline, a teacher can grant individual or group assignment extensions by selecting the Edit link next to a particular student or group.

  1. To grant an extension, open the assignment
  2. Click on "View all submissions"
  3. Locate the student who is to be allowed to submit after the "Cut-off date"To
  4. Click on the adjacent "Edit" drop down menu and select "Grant extension"
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  5. Set the extension date and time. The student's or group's name is also shown on this screen.
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  6. Click on "Save changes".


Calificación rápida

Quick grading allows you to enter numeric grades directly into the grading table, bypassing the more detailed grading interface. Please note:

  • if you want to give feedback, you need to use the more detailed Grade interface.
  • Quick grading is incompatible with advanced grading e.g. Rubrics, and is not recommended when there are multiple markers.
  • Submission comments are a two-way private conversation between a student and staff and are visible to students immediately i.e. markers use the grading interface to give feedback, not the submission comments.

To access the Quick Grading interface, from the Grading Summary page click 'View all assignments'; the Grading Table displays. Scroll to bottom of the page to configure Options, and check the box for 'Quick grading'. While you're down there, you can also set the number of assignments to display per page, filter the assignments e.g. to see who has not submitted, unmarked assignments, etc.

When you are ready to Quick Grade:

  1. You can enter grades directly into the grading table.
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the grading table and click 'Save all quick grading changes'
  3. A confirmation displays.

Calificar envíos individuales

If you have enabled File Feedback in the Configuraciones de tarea and wish to upload either the marked student assignment, a completed text based feedback document or audio feedback, click on the green tick in the Grade column (or use the icon in the Edit column and select Grade).

This brings you to the Student Grading Page where you can give grades, feedback comments and feedback files (if enabled in the Configuraciones de tarea). You can use drag and drop to upload feedback files.

Palomita verde
Calificar
Archivos de retrroalimentación

Hacer anotaciones a los envíos

Si el estudiante ha subido un archivo PDF, DOCX u ODT, o si Usted configura 'Comentario en-línea ' par aun envío de texto en-línea, entonces sus envíos se mostrarán en la pantalla para calificarlos, lo que le permite a USted hacerles anotaciones, usando una variedad de herramientas, sellos (si los subió el administrador) y comentarios que pueden ser guardados en un banco de comentarios. Cuando las anotaciones estén completas, haga click en 'Guardar los cambios', lo que causará que se le muestren al estudiante como parte de su retroalimentación.

Haciendo anotaciones a un envío de estudiante

Los comentarios pueden añadirse y después guardarse en una lista rápida para uso futuro (1) Haga click en el ícono del papel/lupa a la derecha del selector de página para buscar comentarios guardados previamente (2)

1.Guardando y reutilizado comentarios
2. Accediendo a comentarios
Nota: Para segurar que los comentarios se les muestren a los estudiantes de la forma que pretende la persona que califica, instruya a los estudiantes para que descarguen el PDF con anotaciones en lugar de uqe simplemente vean la vista previa. LA vista previa en ocasiones muestra los comentarios en una forrma tal que oscurece al texto original.


Nota: Si Usted no puede hacerle anotaciones a los envíos de los estudiantes, revise con su administrador que estén instalados Ghostscript y unoconv 07.


Controlar cuando notificarle a los estudiantes sobre su trabajo calificado

Notifying as you mark

If you need to notify individual students, one by one, as you mark, the Notify students checkbox is available when grading individual submissions. Choose Yes to notify the student immediately or No to grade without notifying the student. Assuming you are not hiding grades in the ways outlined below, then Moodle will send a notification.

Nota: How students receive Moodle notifications depends on your local default settings, and any changes students have made to those.



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Mantener ocultas las calificaciones hasta una fecha de liberación

Or if you need to keep your grades and feedback hidden from students until marking is finalised, and then release them to all students at the same time, there are two alternatives.

The first is to hide the item in the Gradebook. This way is best if there is only one marker and no exceptional circumstances (i.e. you don't need to keep any students' marks hidden). Use it as follows:

  1. In your Moodle course Settings, click on Grades; the Grades page displays.
  2. Click View, then Grader report; a grid of participants and gradeable items displays.
  3. Find the column for the assignment (Grade item) whose grades you wish to hide, and click its Eye/Hide icon; the Eye icon displays with a strikethrough which means the grades are hidden from students.
  4. To reveal the grades to students, you can either:
    1. Remind yourself to return here and click the Eye/Show icon again; when it displays without the strikethrough the grades will be shown to students. With this option you need to remember to change the setting at the time.
    2. Or if you prefer to set a time for the grades to be automatically revealed, click on the Cog/Edit icon to display settings for that grade item, then click the Show more link to display extra settings. For Hidden until click its checkbox and configure its date. With this option you need to get your marking done on time (or remember to come in and change the date to give yourself more time).
  5. To notify students that marks and feedback are available, use e.g. the Announcements forum.
Nota: If you use this approach do communicate with any colleagues and remember to reveal the grades ultimately, since if grades remain hidden they can confuse the final grade calculations.


The alternative approach to releasing marks to all students at the same time is to enable Use marking workflow in the Assignment's settings. This way is best where there are multiple markers and/or exceptional circumstances causing you to withhold some marks. Use it as follows:

  1. Set up your assignment with Marking Workflow enabled (avoid enabling it after marking has started).
  2. When ready to release marks, click on a link to your Assignment and from its summary page click View all submissions; a page with the Grading Table displays.
  3. Scroll down to Options and ensure Quick grading is enabled by clicking its checkbox; the page reloads with some extra options.
  4. Also in Options, configure Assignments per page to display all your assignments, or as many as possible.
  5. Scroll back up again and click the checkbox in the column heading Select; all records display selected (and you can deselect any individual records you may need to keep hidden).
  6. From the With selected... menu choose Set marking workflow state, then click Go, and confirm if prompted; the Marking workflow state menu displays on a page.
  7. From the Marking workflow state menu, choose Released.
  8. To have Moodle send students a notification that grades and feedback are available, set Notify students to Yes.
  9. Finally Save changes.

Calificar fuera-de-línea - descargar y subir calificaciones múltiples y archivos de retroalimentación

If you don't have an internet connection or prefer to grade outside Moodle, you can do so (including with anonymous submissions). These easy stages explained below:

  1. Download the submitted work.
  2. Download the spreadsheet (grading worksheet) to record grades.
  3. Grade and annotate (if applicable) the submitted work .
  4. Upload the completed grading worksheet.
  5. Upload the annotated submissions (if applicable).
Nota: You cannot upload marks and feedback to Moodle if you have enabled Rubrics or Marking Guides.


Before you start, enable the multiple file upload settings

Go to the settings of that assignment. For Feedback types, ensure that the Moodle Assignment settings, Feedback comments, Feedback files, and Offline grading worksheet are ticked.

Descargar el trabajo enviado

  1. Click on the assignment name on the Moodle course homepage to access the summary page and click View all submissions; a page with the Grading Table displays.
  2. From the Grading action drop-down menu choose Download all submissions; save the zip file (i.e. the compressed and bundled submissions).
  3. In your file management software go to the place you saved the zip file.
  4. Extract the contents of the zip file, usually by double-clicking and following the prompts. Extract to a new folder so all the feedback files can easily be zipped back together later if you need to upload them with feedback.

Descargar la Hoja_de_cálculo para guardar las calificaciones

  1. Next, to download the spreadsheet in which you'll enter the grades and brief comments, return to the Moodle Assignment page and from its Grading action drop-down menu choose Download grading worksheet and save that file (keep its csv file format).
Nota: Helpfully that downloaded worksheet will contain any existing grades and summary comments which have already been given for that assignment i.e. if marking has already started. However, to see pre-existing comments fully you may need to set your spreadsheet to 'wrap text' within cells.


Calificar y hacerle anotaciones (si aplica) al trabajo enviado

After downloading the submissions and the grading worksheet:

  1. Open a downloaded assignment file to assess it.
  2. Open the csv file in a spreadsheet editor e.g. Excel.
  3. For that student's record (if anonymous, a number corresponding to the submission file name will display), enter grades in the Grade column and summary comments in the Feedback comments column for each student.
  4. Leave the other data untouched unless you know exactly what you're doing.
  5. Repeat as needed.
  6. Save the csv file.
Nota: Take care to enter data in the correct column of the spreadsheet.


If you are annotating the submissions to return to students as feedback:

  1. Open a downloaded submission.
  2. Carry out your annotations.
  3. Save it in its original place i.e. the folder corresponding to that student.
  4. Repeat as needed.

If you have separate feedback files to upload to students:

  1. Save these within that student's folder.
  2. You can give students multiple feedback files in this way e.g. annotations on their work along with a separate pro forma.
Nota: Don't change the name or location of the folder - Moodle needs this information to allocate the files correctly.


Compress (zip) all the feedback files:

  1. Locate the folder containing the feedback files in Moodle, select them all (Ctrl+A within the folder), then zip them:
    1. Windows: Right click one of the selected files and Send to > Compressed (zipped) folder.
    2. Mac: Right Click (or Ctrl+click) one of the selected files and click Compress.
  2. They are now ready for upload (see below).

Subir la hoja_de_trabajo para calificar completada

When you are ready to upload grades and summary feedback:

  1. Click on the assignment name on the Moodle course homepage to access the summary page and click View/grade all submissions.
  2. From the Grading action drop-down menu choose Upload grading worksheet.
  3. Click Choose a file... and upload the grading worksheet to Moodle, or drag the csv file to the arrow and wait for the file name to appear in the box.
  4. There is a checkbox to overwrite records that have been modified more recently in Moodle than in the spreadsheet - only check this if you want to spreadsheet to overwrite all Moodle records, including ones made more recently than the spreadsheet.
  5. Click Upload grading worksheet; a Confirmation box displays the students grades and feedback that will be imported - check this carefully.
  6. If you are ready to proceed, click Confirm; a summary of updates displays.
  7. Click Continue.

Subir archivos de retroalimentación (si aplicara)

  1. Click on the assignment name on the Moodle course homepage to access the summary page and click View/grade all submissions.
  2. From the Grading action drop-down menu choose Upload multiple feedback files in a zip.
  3. Click Choose a file... and upload the zipped assignments file to Moodle, or drag the compressed/zipped file to the arrow and wait for the file name to appear in the box.
  4. Click Import feedback file(s).
  5. The Confirmation box will list all the feedback files and student names that will be imported.
  6. Click Confirm; the next screen summarises the changes.
  7. Click Continue.
  8. From the page containing the Grading Table, you can check your feedback files by enabling Quick grading (see Options at the bottom of that page) and scrolling horizontally, if needed.

Darle el mismo archivo de retroalimentación a varios estudiantes

If you have high level feedback you want to give to an entire cohort, it is generally a good idea to give this feedback in the context of the assignment, rather than e.g. separately via a Forum. Moodle allows you to select some or all students and attach a single, common feedback file to their assignment feedback. This common feedback will appear to each student along with any other individual feedback files you have prepared for each.

  1. Prepare the single file of feedback.
  2. Click on the link to the Assignment; its summary page displays.
  3. Click View all submissions; the assignment's Grading Table displays.
  4. Use the checkboxes to select all or some students to receive the feedback (you may first prefer to configure the Grading Table to show as many students as possible on a single page).
  5. Underneath the Grading Table click the With selected... menu, choose Send feedback files, then click Go; a page displays a list of selected students above a file upload area.
  6. Upload the file of feedback you prepapred, or drag it to the arrow and wait for the file name to appear in the box.
  7. Click Send feedback files; the Grading Table displays again.
  8. Check your file is in place by scrolling horizontally to the Feedback files column.

Descargar envíos de estudiantes

You can download a zip file containing all of the assignment submissions by selecting the ‘Download all submissions’ options from the Choose menu at the top of the grading table, or in the settings menu. The files will have a Moodle unique identifier appended to the name, not your institutional student ID number.

File submissions will be downloaded in the format uploaded by the student. Online text submissions will be downloaded as html files. Each file in the zip will include the student first and lastname at the beginning of the filename for identification purposes.

Usted puede también descargar envíos de tarea seleccionados (en lugar de todos ellos) al seleccionar los que quiere y después elegir ' Con seleccionados....Descargar envíos seleccionados'.

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¿Qué tipo de envío le acomoda mejor?

Usted quiere que los estudiantes escriban respuestas más cortas o más largas directamente en-línea

  • Set Online text to Yes. This works well for younger children who will only manage a sentence or two and works just as well for higher education students who write more.
    • Advantage - quick for the student to get started; no need to use a word-processing program and upload the file. The text is saved on a regular basis so it will be preserved if the student loses the page for some reason.
    • Disadvantage: if the word count is expected to be large, setting Online text to No and File submission to Yes might be a better option.

Usted quiere que los estudiantes envíen trabajo que Usted pueda descargar en un programa específico

  • Set File submission to Yes, set the number of files you will allow using the Maximum number of uploaded files setting and the file sizes by using the Maximum submission size setting.
    • Advantage - better than students emailing work as the whole class's work is collated in one space on your course. Markers can provide comments directly on the student work.
    • Advantage - with "Attempts reopened" enabled, teachers can see the progression through various drafts of a student's work.
    • Disadvantage - assignments must downloaded to be viewed (but they can be descargadas masivamente) and the teacher needs the appropriate program to open them.

Usted quiere que ls estudiantes envien archivos en diferentes tiempos para un proyecto

  • Set File submission to Yes, and use Maximum number of uploaded files to set the maximum number of separate files they can upload
    • Advantage - all project files are in one assignment area for grading so they get a single grade.
    • Disadvantage - all project files are in one assignment area for grading - so they can only have a single grade!

Usted quiere que los estudiantes escriban una respuesta a un video/archivo de sonido/imagen

  • Set up an assignment allowing online text submission and get students to use the Moodle media icon to add video/sound/image files.

Usted quiere que los estudiantes repondan a una serie de preguntas en un archivo/una imagen de video/sonido

  • Investigue el módulo de Examen. Las Tareas realmente son para una única pregunta solamente.

Usted quiere calificar el trabajo que los estudiantes han hecho fuera-de-línea

  • Uncheck the submission types when setting up the assignment. Students won't be required to do anything but you can use the assignment to grade them for work done outside of Moodle.

Usted quiere ver, hacerle comentarios y regresar las tareas de los estudiantes

  • Set up an assignment allowing file submissions.
    • Advantage: useful for teachers who like using the "comment" options in word-processing programs for example. If you have Ghostscript enabled on your server and the students upload PDF files, you can annotate them inline. See the section Annotating PDF files below.
    • Disadvantage: if students upload other file types, you have to download them, comment and then re-upload them.

Usted quiere que los estudiantes le manden un comentario o nota junto con su trabajo que suban

  • Although previous versions of Moodle allowed the Submission comments submission plugin to be toggled, this is no longer the case. If comments are enabled site-wide, students will be able to add submission comments; if comments are disabled site-wide, students will not be given the option to add submission comments.

Usted quiere permitirles a los estudiantes que re-escriban su borrador y decidan cuando enviar su trabajo

  • In the settings set Require students click submit button to Yes. Students can then control when their draft work is submitted to the teacher.

Usted quiere que los estudiantes conserven un registro tipo diario o que hagan una tarea iteractiva

  • In the settings set Require students click submit button to No. Students can continue to make changes to their assignment and at no point do they 'submit'. If the work will be graded at some point it is recommended that either Prevent late submissions is set to Yes to ensure that no changes can be made after the due date, or todos los envíos están bloqueados when grading commences to ensure that the work is not altered during grading.
    • Advantage: the work remains in one place and is constantly improved, graded (if needed) and improved again.
    • Disadvantage: there is no record/history of previous attempts (such as with the Wiki). The online text assignment does not replicate the display of a journal or blog where each new entry is additional to the previous ones.

Usted quiere que los estudiantes envien su trabajo en grupos

  • In the settings, set "Students submit in groups" to Yes. If you just do this, then once one student has submitted, the assignment will be flagged as submitted even if the others haven't contributed. If you want to ensure everyone has an input, set "Require students click submit button" to Yes and then change "Require all group members to submit" to Yes. The assignment will only be classed as submitted when each member has contributed, and once one student has submitted, the remaining members's names will be displayed for the group to see who still needs to add their input.

Usted quiere calificar de forma anónima el trabajo de los estudiantes

  • In the settings, choose "Blind marking". When students submit assignments, their names will be replaced by randomly-generated participant numbers so you will not know who is who. Note that this is not totally blind marking because you can reveal their identities in the assignment settings and you can work out identities from the logs - so this might not be suitable if your establishment has very precise privacy requirements.

Usted quiere leer y calificar fuera-de-línea las tareas de los estudiantes

  • In the settings, choose "Offline grading worksheet". When students have submitted, click "View/grade all submissions" and you can download their assignments from the link "Download all submissions" and download the grading sheet from the link "Download grading worksheet". You can then edit grades and re-upload the grading worksheet. You can also upload multiple feedback files in a zip from this drop down menu. See Configuraciones de tarea for an explanation of how to use the "upload multiple feedback files as zip" feature.

Usted quiere ocultar las calificaciones de los estudiantes hasta una fecha que Usted elija.

Use 'flujograma de calificación' como se explica en Configuraciones de tarea

Usted quiere moderar la calificación que hagan otros colegas o asignar a ciertos profesores para ciertos estudiantes

Use 'asignación de calificadores' como se explica en Configuraciones de tarea

Mantener registros (archivar, exportar, respaldar)

When students unenrol from a Moodle area, their records become invisible through the Gradebook interface. In order to have the information to hand, departments or course teaching teams may need systems in place to keep their own records for the data retention period required in their particular context. There are two separate procedures for exporting student submissions and marks.

To export marks (with or without feedback):

  1. Go to your course administration block and click Grades.
  2. From the Grader Report Settings block, select Export; a menu displays.
  3. From the menu, if you need easy viewing and running calculations you probably want to select one of the spreadsheet formats; a page of export settings loads
  4. Use the Visible Groups pulldown menu to limit the export to specific groups, as required
  5. In Options, you indicate whether feedback comments are included
  6. In Grade Items To Be Included lists you can, if required, omit particular Activities from the report
  7. When you've finished with the settings, click on Submit; a preview of your export displays
  8. Click on Download to export to the format you chose, and save the file.

To download the original student submissions:

  1. In your course area, click the link to the Assignment whose submissions you want to download.
  2. Click on the link to View/Grade all submissions; the Grading Table will load.
  3. Click the link to 'Download all submissions' and save the file.

Sugerencias y Trucos

  • Want to use an Assignment activity again in another Moodle site? Use the respaldo y restauración options.
  • Want to use an Assignment activity in another course you teach? Use the Función de importación in the course administration block.
  • Moodle will sometimes appear not to be uploading a resubmitted assignment - you seem to be downloading the original assignment. This is a cache issue, in short, go to "Tools > Clear Recent History" in Firefox or "Tools > Delete Browsing History > Delete Temporary Files" in Windows Explorer. The newer file will then appear.

Vea también

Ejemplos del School sitio demostrativo

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