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Chalk - Grade Self and Peer Assessments (Instructors)
This article explains how instructors grade a Self and Peer Assessment in Chalk.
Why Grade the Self and Peer Assessment?
The Self and Peer Assessment tool is a feature available in Chalk designed to promote reflective learning as students evaluate their own work or the work of their peers. The feedback that students receive may provide valuable insight into their own efforts. Instructors can award participation points for the self-reflection and allow students to contribute toward their final course grade. This tool also allows Instructors to view all submissions and evaluations, then send the grades to the Grade Center.
Note: The Chalk - Self and Peer Assessment Creation (Instructors) article should be consulted prior to beginning the grading process.
View Submissions and Evaluations
- Click Self and Peer Assessments, within the Control Panel, under Course Tools.
- Click the down arrow next to the name of the Self and Peer Assessment.
- Select View Submissions.
- In the Submissions List, click the down arrow next to the student's name, then select View Submissions.
The submissions statistics and results display.
Download All Submissions
- Click the Download All button to create a .zip file of all student's submissions.
- Click the down arrow, next to the name of the Self and Peer Assessment, then select View Evaluations.
A list of students and their Evaluation progress displays.
Optional Step: Click the Download All button to create a .zip file of all student's evaluations.
- Click the down arrow, next to the name of the Self and Peer Assessment, then select View Results.
The View Results page allows instructors to see a dashboard of student's completion, average score, etc.
Optional Step: Instructors may click the Send the Results to the Grade Center button to send the grades to the Grade Center.
A Grade Center will be created and the column is accessible, as is any other Grade Center column in the course.