Just a quick update to the previous gradebook concept I posted about yesterday.
I’ve now added a key at the top and also put together a mock-up of what the gradebook window will look like when scrolled horisontally, illustrating how the student list is “sticky” and hovers over the top of everything else rather than disappearing off the page…
Teacher – Course Gradebook (Main overview)
Teacher – Course Gradebook (Student Detail)
Course Gradebook – Scrolled with “sticky” student list
One of the main bits of feedback to come from BTEC teachers in the college has to be that the gradebook needs improvement. In the last few staff sessions teachers have expressed the need for a better overview of the course as a whole, with all students and all units on one page.
As a response to this feedback we have been working on the following new gradebook concept, this will be called the “Course Gradebook”…
The Course Gradebook shows all students and all units, displaying the students submission status for each assignment within a unit.
Feedback from our BTEC teachers this week is that the Moodle gradebook is a complete mess. Some of our BTEC courses have 100+ students and 30-40 assignments set up within their Moodle area, this does not fit well into the currentl gradebook table.
Our games development tutors are struggling with the number of assignments required to collect evidence across all units in their BTEC, the gradebook becomes unworkable when the number of assignments exceeds about 10 and many of our BTEC courses have upwards of 30 assignments set.