iCEV Tutorial

New Question Types & Grading Features

Notes:

Grading Procedures

STEP 1

Open the Course

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STEP 2

Click the Lesson

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STEP 3

Click the Student Grades Report

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NOTES: Graded items which NEED to be graded have a blue check mark. Graded items which have already been graded have a gray check mark.


STEP 4

Click inside the section

Once the item to be graded is located, click inside the section showing 0% for the student. This will open the student’s responses in a new window.

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STEP 5

Grade according to either the answer key provided within the lesson (viewable by the teacher) or according to the lesson material

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NOTES: Once all students’ grades are finalized, the check marks will change from blue to gray on the main grades page and provide an updated grade for each students’ assignment.

Question Types

File Upload

Grade according to either the answer key provided within the lesson (viewable by the teacher) or according to the lesson material

  • Teachers will have to download and view the files provided by each student, then grade based on the specifications of the assignment
  • Acceptable file types include:
    Image: JPG, GIF, PNG
    Document: PDF, TXT
    File Folder: ZIP
    Microsoft Applications: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher
    Open Office

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Essay Responses

  • Can be rich text or plain text, depending on the activity.
  • There is a default 10k word limit.
  • Spell check should be included for students.

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Fill in the Blank

  • Can be multiple lines of text in a large textbox (will have a scroll bar and increased character count allowed when necessary).
  • Spell check should be included for students.

Short Answer

  • Up to 250 characters are allowed per answer.
  • Spell check should be included for students.

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Draw and Label

  • Teachers can see a replay of how a student drew on the item and determine if they drew or labeled the object correctly.

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