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  1. Moodle
  2. MDL-31860

Advanced Grading in Forums

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    • Type: New Feature
    • Status: Development in progress
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: 2.2, 2.6.2, 2.7.2, Future Dev
    • Fix Version/s: BACKEND
    • Component/s: Forum, Grading methods
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    • Testing Instructions:
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      These testing instructions will need further work to cover all scenarios, more behat tests are also underway.

      1. Create Moodle forum activity
      Set "overall forum participation" grading method to "No grade"
      Set "Individual posts" grading method to "No grade"
      check to make sure the assignment view page is loaded after save of form.
      check to make sure "Advanced grading" link appears in admin block.
      Create a discussion post and make sure the link to "Grade" does not appear in the bottom of the post.

      2. Create Moodle forum activity
      Set "overall forum participation" grading method to "Rubric"
      Set "Individual posts" grading method to "No grade"
      check to make sure the Advanced grading page is loaded after save of form.
      Set up a valid rubric and make it ready.
      check to make sure "Advanced grading" link appears in admin block.
      Login as a student and add a post to the discussion forum and check to make sure the link to "grade" appears in the bottom of the post. (don't use a dual teacher/student or dual admin/teacher account for this)
      Login as the teacher and click on the "Grade" link in the bottom of the post and give the post a grade, save and check the gradebook is updated.

      Log back in as the user who made the post and make sure the individual grade appears within the post and the grade is available in the gradebook.

      3. Create Moodle forum activity
      Set "overall forum participation" grading method to "Marking Guide"
      Set "Individual posts" grading method to "No grade"
      check to make sure the Advanced grading page is loaded after save of form.
      check to make sure "Advanced grading" link appears in admin block.

      4. Create Moodle forum activity
      Set "overall forum participation" grading method to "No grade"
      Set "Individual posts" grading method to "Rubric"
      check to make sure the Advanced grading page is loaded after save of form.
      check to make sure "Advanced grading" link appears in admin block.

      5. Create Moodle forum activity
      Set "overall forum participation" grading method to "No grade"
      Set "Individual posts" grading method to "Marking Guide"
      check to make sure the Advanced grading page is loaded after save of form.
      check to make sure "Advanced grading" link appears in admin block.

      6. Create Moodle forum activity
      Set "overall forum participation" grading method to "Rubric"
      Set "Individual posts" grading method to "Marking Guide"
      check to make sure the Advanced grading page is loaded after save of form.
      check to make sure "Advanced grading" link appears in admin block.

      We also need to add some testing instructions around the use of scales.

      Show
      These testing instructions will need further work to cover all scenarios, more behat tests are also underway. 1. Create Moodle forum activity Set "overall forum participation" grading method to "No grade" Set "Individual posts" grading method to "No grade" check to make sure the assignment view page is loaded after save of form. check to make sure "Advanced grading" link appears in admin block. Create a discussion post and make sure the link to "Grade" does not appear in the bottom of the post. 2. Create Moodle forum activity Set "overall forum participation" grading method to "Rubric" Set "Individual posts" grading method to "No grade" check to make sure the Advanced grading page is loaded after save of form. Set up a valid rubric and make it ready. check to make sure "Advanced grading" link appears in admin block. Login as a student and add a post to the discussion forum and check to make sure the link to "grade" appears in the bottom of the post. (don't use a dual teacher/student or dual admin/teacher account for this) Login as the teacher and click on the "Grade" link in the bottom of the post and give the post a grade, save and check the gradebook is updated. Log back in as the user who made the post and make sure the individual grade appears within the post and the grade is available in the gradebook. 3. Create Moodle forum activity Set "overall forum participation" grading method to "Marking Guide" Set "Individual posts" grading method to "No grade" check to make sure the Advanced grading page is loaded after save of form. check to make sure "Advanced grading" link appears in admin block. 4. Create Moodle forum activity Set "overall forum participation" grading method to "No grade" Set "Individual posts" grading method to "Rubric" check to make sure the Advanced grading page is loaded after save of form. check to make sure "Advanced grading" link appears in admin block. 5. Create Moodle forum activity Set "overall forum participation" grading method to "No grade" Set "Individual posts" grading method to "Marking Guide" check to make sure the Advanced grading page is loaded after save of form. check to make sure "Advanced grading" link appears in admin block. 6. Create Moodle forum activity Set "overall forum participation" grading method to "Rubric" Set "Individual posts" grading method to "Marking Guide" check to make sure the Advanced grading page is loaded after save of form. check to make sure "Advanced grading" link appears in admin block. We also need to add some testing instructions around the use of scales.
    • Affected Branches:
      MOODLE_22_STABLE, MOODLE_26_STABLE, MOODLE_27_STABLE
    • Pull Master Branch:
      master_MDL-31860
    • Sprint:
      BACKEND Sprint 18

      Description

      Rubrics are a new great feature in assignments.

      It would be awesome if we could somehow have rubrics in forum activity too. Often forums are used as graded activities where teachers want to evaluate both students' concept/knowledge and interaction (two different criteria).

      Rubrics in forums would also allow teachers provide feedback while grading posts.

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