Gradebook displays all the grades for each student in a course. The users can use the grader report to collect graded items and either view or make changes. The users can also classify the graded items and calculate the totals.
Next to the list of student names, there are user report icon and single view icon. You can also click user report and single view in the menu options next to the grader report.
User report icon shows the currently logged in user’s grades in the current course.
The user report may include the following:
A breakdown of the grades for each assessment (grade item) in the course.
The calculated weight of each grade item. It is set to show by default but it could be hidden in the Course grade settings.
The optional teacher-given feedback for each grade.
The overall grade for the course (called course total). You can also find this information in the overview report.
The position of each grade item concerning the rest of the class (rank).
A percentage value relative to the minimum-maximum grade for each assessment.
In a single view, teachers can view either all the grades of one single student or a single grade item for all students.
As you can see, the picture above is an example of a single view of one single student whereas, the picture below shows a single grade item for all students.
As a teacher, you can either exclude or modify student grades. It is also possible to bulk insert a grade, which might be useful for example if you wish to give the grade 0 to all students who did not submit their work.
In grade history, teachers can view the grading history for certain dates by selecting specific students, grade items, and graders.It is possible to view only the revised grades and to download the data in various formats such as .csv or an Excel spreadsheet.
We have briefly looked at the various features in the Moodle gradebook. More information about the gradebook features in Moodle will be covered in another article!