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History Teaching with Moodle 2 by John Mannion

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Outcomes

Another area to explore in the Gradebook is the use of Outcomes which are measurable targets that a teacher can set for students. They represent useful ways of measuring how students and classes have performed over a series of activities. The Gradebook as it stands helps us to get a picture of how individuals are performing. The use of outcomes, however, can add depth to the picture and inform the teaching that takes place as a result. We are going to add the Essay marking scale that we created earlier to the Gradebook. At present, it represents an alternative way of marking the essays if a teacher prefers not to use a grade out of 20. If, for example, the school has a comment-driven marking system and does not encourage numerical marks, ...

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