Course Management 
The links at the bottom allow you to control the workgroup. The  Amend Assessment  
Elements  link takes you back to where you can modify the elements, the scoring, and 
the weights. The  Administration  link allows you to evaluate student evaluations, papers, 
and so on. 
The 6 stages near the bottom (tabs) allow you to control the pacing of the workgroup. 
Fig. 31 shows each stage:  
     Set Up Assignment as the current stage. To move to one of the next stages, click 
on the stage you want. 
     Allow Student Submissions allows student to submit papers, but they can not 
evaluate other papers.  
     Allow Student Submissions and Assessments allows students to upload their 
papers and to assess other papers.  
     Allow Student Assessments does not allow students to upload papers, but does 
allow them to assess other papers.   
     Calculation of Final Grades allows you to make changes to the grades.  
     Show Final Grades allows students to see their grades. You can move between 
stages at any time (you can skip from stage 1 to stage 3 and back to stage 2 if you 
wanted to). 
What an accumulative evaluation looks like: 
At this point, it might be useful to see what a student would see for an evaluation. For the 
accumulative evaluation from above, a student would see something like Fig. 32. 
Not Graded Grading Strategy 
This grading strategy is used for peer 
comments only. You may still have as 
many  elements  as  you  like,  but  each          
Fig. 32 
elements only has a comments section  
numerical evaluation is not present.  
Fill  in  each  element  field  with  a               
description  to  guide  the  reviewer's          
comments  (e.g.   Discuss  the  strength  or        
weakness of the thesis statement. ) When 
you have filled in all of the elements, click 
on  Save changes.   The system then 
follows  the  same  steps  as  above            
(see the Accumulative Grading Strategy 
section above). 
Error Banded Grading Strategy 
This grading strategy is based entirely on 
yes/no responses for the evaluation. Each 
element is set up with a yes/no system. 
When you first click on the workgroup, 
you should see something like Fig. 33. 
Fig. 33 
In  addition,  there  is  a  Grade  Table              
(Fig. 34) to set up at the bottom of the 
page. The grade table allows the teacher 
to set up suggested grades based on the 
number of  No  answers recorded by the 
reviewer. The Grade Table does not have to be linear (our example takes off 5 for the 
first  No,  10 for the second  No,  and 15 for the third  No. ). These are only suggested 
grades   the reviewer may modify the grade up or down by as many as 20 points (stress 
to the students they should have good reasons for changing suggested grades). 
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