Marking and scoring of homework, tests, diagnostic tests, exams and assignments can be done in different ways. 

In Dugga you will find question types that can be scored manually or automatically. The automatic question types
are scored automatically by the system and the students' answers are compared to the answers that the
teacher has provided as the "right answer". The manual question types are scored manually by the teacher.

For manual question types such as "essay questions" you can mark segments directly in the students answers,
highlight the marked text segments with different colors such as green, yellow or red and give comments
that the students will see when they hover with their mouse over the marked text segment.

You can also give feedback for the entire answer to an individual student in a text editor at the end of the
question or give feedback to all students at the same time by clicking on the tab "feedback to all participants".

When you are done you give the students "points" in relation to what you think is appropriate. If you have
chosen rubrics for the test then you give them the "grades" or "score" that you find appropriate.  

When you are done with the marking and have saved everything then all the questions and handins should be
marked with a green "check" symbol on the left hand side. 

In the video clip below you can see how to mark and score tests in Dugga. 

Grading and scoring of exams. homework, tests, diagnostic tests, with points are done in the following way.

The manually corrected question types; Essay, Mathematics, Geogebra is corrected by clicking on “Show tools" and fill in the score that the student should get for the answer.

Then click on "Save".

  1. Show tools


  1. Add points


The automatic graded question types; Multiple choice, Correct answer, Glossary, Match, Click text, Right place, Order, Mark, Fill Gap, Gap menu, True/False is corrected automatically.
The students' answers are compared with the answers that the teacher has given as the "correct answer" to the question.

If, on the other hand, you want to change the score for the answer to an automatically corrected question, ypu do it in the same way as for a manually corrected question.
For the automatically graded question types where the student must enter an answer (Correct answer, Glossary and Fill Gap), you can accept an answer afterwards that the student has entered. This answer is then added to the list of correct answers and the student gets points for it. If there are other students who entered the same answer as the accepted answer, they will also receive points.
When you use the same exam again, in a new exam event, the added answers will be included in the list of correct answers.

Accept an answer

  1. Accept answer


  1. Accept answer


  1. Accept answer


  1. Accept answer


Comments and markings in a text

For manual graded question types such as "Essay questions", you can comment on words/sentences/paragraphs by marking words/sentences/paragraphs directly in the students' answers and give the marking different colors such as green, yellow or red. When the exam is then published to the student, the student will see comments with the color (s) chosen.

  1. Add a comment


  1. Add comment for one word, a few words or a piece of text


Feedback on a question

You can also comment on the entire answer to an individual student in a text editor at the end of the question or comment to all students at the same time,  by clicking on the tab "Individual feedback" or "Feedback to all participants".

  1. Individual feedback


  1. Feedback to all participants


Grading finished

When you have finished the grading, scoring, comment/s and have saved everything, all questions and hand-ins should be marked with a green "v" symbol on the left side.

  1. Grading finished


 

Assessment matrix without points.

When gradeing a hand-in for an assessment matrix without points, you must tick at least one of the alternatives you have within the assessment area.
If you have several assessment areas for a question, you need to tick at least one area per assessment area. 

  1. Tick ​​the assessment area


When you have ticked the assessment area (s) that the student should have, click on "Save". (At the bottom of the page)
The question is now marked with a green check mark to the left of the question number. When all questions are graded and saved, the entire submission receives a green tick.

  1. Green tick


If you think that no result should be checked, choose to check "No result" and click on "Save".
The question is now marked with a green check mark to the left of the question number. When all questions are graded and savedd, the entire hand-in receives a green tick.

  1. No result


  1. Green tick


You can make a comment in the assessment matrix if, for example, you want to give feedback to the student what they can think of before future exams.
It is possible to create a comment in the matrix by marking a text, then the comment box appears. There you can write a comment.

  1. Comment in the Assessment Matrix


When you have graded all the answers in the hand-in, you enter a final result, then click on "Save". When done, the color of the star, to the left of the green tick, changes to green. This indicates that the hand-in has been completed and that the hand-in has received a final result.

  1. Enter result


  1. Hand-in graded and has received a final result


When you have done this for all hand-ins and all hand-ins have a green check mark and a green star, you go on to "Lock results and anonymize".

 

Assessment matrix with points.

Here you see what it looks like when you start gradeing a question.
- The hand-in is marked with a orange cross.
- The question has a line.
- The box of the points show the max points for the assessment area.

Under "Result summary" you see the totalt points that can be obtained for each grade.

  1. Shows max points


When you have filled in points and saved, the student gets a green tick.  It is possible to eneter "0"(zero) as point.
At the bottom there is a summary of the points for each grade.

  1. Enter points


In order for the entire hand-in to be marked in green, there has to be grade inserted into the "Final result"-field, and then click on "Save". 

  1. Enter Finally result for the Hand-in


When you have clicked on "Save", the hand-in will receive a green star. This shows that the entire hand-in has been graded. 

  1. Hand in graded and has a final result


  1. Hand in graded and has a final result


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Created by Markus Silwander on 2021/04/07 14:04