TxDLA Keep Connecting: Episode 12
TxDLA Keep Connecting webinars are led by distance learning experts providing a toolbox of immediate needs to our members and the distance learning community during this time.
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- Olga Stadie, Director of Customer Happiness, Gradescope
Demo of Gradescope
- All types of assignments can be student-uploaded.
- You can use your existing assignments.
- It works with both paper-based and digital/online assignments.
Workflow of Gradescope
Students submit work. –> Grade work online. –> You can publish the grades. –> Access detailed analytics. [6:30]
It is simple to create an account and get started with the demo course to practice grading. You can add students via csv file and each student will automatically have an account. There is an option for co-instructors or adding in someone who helps with grading.
5 Types of Assignments Paper-based and Online Assignments [14:19]
Exams/Quizzes – designated spaces for answering questions [specifics at 20:24]
Homework/Problem Set – students can answer on any type of paper. Answers have variable length with various ways that the work can be submitted. [specifics at 26:28]
Bubble Sheet – multiple choice with printing out or bubble in with a digital tool
Programming Assignment – computer science or engineering. Can run code through simulator or add an auto-checker
Online Assignment – create the assignments directly on Gradescope with a timer. Can add extensions for students with accomodations.
Grading on Gradescope [29:30]
- Building rubrics
- Grading asynchronously
- Changing rubrics as you grade
- Posting Grades and Feedback
Statistics and Analytics [51:42]
All available for download in csv and consolidated across multiple assignments.
If you need help transitioning to a simple, flexible, and dependable video communication solution, we can help.