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Moodle Gradebook - Second Edition by Rebecca Barrington

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Example one – The mean of grades

In this example, three assignments have been added to the Moodle course. Two have a maximum grade of 100 and one has a maximum grade of 50. If you want to follow the instructions to set up an example Gradebook, create three assignments and choose 100 as the maximum grade for Task 1 and Task 2 and 50 for Task 3. Grade Task 1 and Task 2 for at least one learner. In the following example, you can see activities we use:

Example one – The mean of grades

The aggregation type of this course will be the mean of grades, which will present a final average grade.

Let's go into the Grades area and choose the aggregation type:

  1. Click on the Administration block ...

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