Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of SetupDev3


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2013-01-02T17:13:37-08:00 (6 years ago)
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  • SetupDev3

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    270270==== Groups ====
    271 [[Image(documentation-groupCreationManual.png, 240px,  align=right, border=3)]]
    272 After students are imported, groups should be created. The manual was to create groups is recommended
     271[[Image(add_group.png, 240px,  align=right, border=3)]]
     272After students are imported, groups should be created. The manual way to create groups is recommended
    273273===== Manual Group Creation =====
    274274This can be done manually (quick and simple for small to medium sized classes, maybe up to 50 students).
    275275 1. Go to a course's home page.
    276   * If the "Groups" menu is hidden, unhide it by clicking "show/hide" link to its right.
    277  2. Click on "Create Group (Manual)". This will open the group creation window.
     276 2. Click on "Create Groups (Manual)".
    278277 3. There are 2 list of students, one full of your class students on the left, and one empty on the right.
    279   * See figure to the right for a screen-shots and pointers '''---->'''
    280   * The students on the left are your unassigned class students, that are waiting to be assigned into groups.
    281   * The students on the right are already in the group you are creating (and since this is a new group, this list is empty!)
     278  * The students on the left are your students
     279  * Note: the students who are in one or more groups are marked with * and are on the bottom of the list.
     280  * The students on the right are already in the group you are creating
    282281 4. Add students to this group. You could do any on the following bellow.
    283282  * Select one student at a time from the left list, and click the "Assign >>"  button. This will add the student to the group. Or you could...
    284   * Select more than on student by holding the Control key while clicking on students, then clicking the "Assign >>"  button. This would transfer all the selected students to the group
     283  * Select more than on student by holding the Control or Command key while clicking on students, then clicking the "Assign >>"  button. This would transfer all the selected students to the group
    285284  * A combination of the above methods. Ex: Select and Add 2 students at a time, then repeat 3 times to make a group of 6.
    286285 5. If you added a student by mistake, you could remove them from the group by selecting the student from the right list, and clicking on "Remove".
    287286 6. When you are done adding students to the group, please:
    288   * Enter a group number for these students
    289287  * Enter a group name for these students
    290288  * Click "Add Group" on the bottom of the page
     
    297295The column order is
    298296{{{
    299 Student#, Group#, Team Name
     297Student#, Group#, Group Name
    300298}}}
    301299And the file contents is like:
     
    316314
    317315 1. Go to a course's home page.
    318   * If the "Groups" menu is hidden, unhide it by clicking "show/hide" link to its right.
    319  2. Click on "Create Group (Manual)". This will open the group creation window.
    320  3. On the bottom of the page, there is a line stating Import Groups From Text (.txt) or CSV File (.csv) '''[+]''' Click on the orange [+] on the right of the page to continue.
     316 2. Click on "Create Groups (Import)". This will open the group creation window.
    321317
    322318All you need to do now is just follow the instruction for importing the file:
     
    325321 2) Select the course to import into:
    326322   * Be sure to select the right course to import, since the list will likely not have your courses selected by default.
    327  3) Click the button bellow to create the Groups:
     323 3) Click the button below to create the Groups:
    328324   * After you are sure everything is set up correctly, click on import. This will process the file, and take you to the group listing for your course. The group creation process is now complete.
    329325
     
    333329
    334330===== Simple Evaluations =====
    335 [[Image(documentation-simpleEvalExample1.png, 240px, align=right, border=3)]] 
     331[[Image(simple_evaluation.png, 240px, align=right, border=3)]] 
    336332Simple evaluations let a student distribute a set number of points among her or his teammates, and comment on their score for each teammate. See the screen shot to the left.[[br]]
    337333This type of evaluation is the easiest to set up by instructors and do by students, taking the least time. However, it rates students as a whole, and does not ask specific questions about their team contributions.
    338334
    339 To see a screen cast of how to create a simple evaluation and assign it to student groups, see:
    340 {{{
    341 #!html
    342 <a href="http://ipeerdev.olt.ubc.ca/img/wizard/Simple.swf" target="_blank">Screen cast about creating Simple Evaluations and their evaluation events.</a>
    343 }}}
    344 
    345 The following instructions are a little more up to date.[[br]]
    346335To create a simple evaluation:
    347  1. Click on the Evaluation Tools, tab, then, on the right, the Add Simple Evaluation link in orange. This will make the "Add Simple Evaluation
     336 1. Click on the Evaluation Tools, tab, then, on the top of the "My Simple Evaluation" section, the Add Simple Evaluation link. This will make the "Add Simple Evaluation
    348337 form appear.
    349338 2. On this form, please enter
     
    351340  * Description, if you like
    352341  * Base Point Per Member - recommended values are between 10 and 100.
     342  * Availability - choose "private" by default, or "public" only if you would like other instructors to be able to use this template.
    353343 3. Click "Save" button to create the evaluation
    354344
     
    358348
    359349===== Rubric Evaluations =====
    360 [[Image(documentation-rubricEvalExample1.png, 240px, align=right, border=3)]]
    361 
    362 To see a screen cast of how to create a Rubric and assign it to student groups, see raw-attachment:Rubric.swf
    363 {{{
    364 #!html
    365 <a href="http://ipeerdev.olt.ubc.ca/img/wizard/Rubric.swf" target="_blank">Screen cast about creating Rubrics and their evaluation events.</a>
    366 }}}
    367 The following instructions are a little more up to date.[[br]]
     350[[Image(rubric_evaluation.png, 240px, align=right, border=3)]]
     351
    368352To create a Rubric evaluation:
    369  1. Click on the Evaluation Tools, tab, then, under the Rubrics section, on the right,Add Rubric link in orange. This will make the "Add Rubric" Form Appear.
     353 1. Click on the Evaluation Tools, tab, then, on the top of the "My Rubrics Evaluation" section the Add Rubric link. This will make the "Add Rubric" Form Appear.
    370354 2. There are 2 parts to the Rubric Add form. On this part, please enter:
    371355  * Evaluation Name (required)
     
    376360  * Number of Criteria - the number of aspects to rate the student by, so for example:
    377361   * "Participated in meetings", "Handed in work on time", "Co-operated with team" would make 3 criteria.
    378   * Rubric Availability - choose "private" by default, or "public" only if you would like other instructors to be able to use this rubric.
     362  * Availability - choose "private" by default, or "public" only if you would like other instructors to be able to use this rubric.
    379363 3. Click "Next" to proceed to the next form. In this screen, you will choose the categories, and the performance levels (Levels of Mastery).
    380364 4. You will see a rubric preview:
    381365  * If you wish, fill in or change any LOM General comments on the top row of the preview (like poor, average, good, etc...) The students will see these LOM's in the same way when evaluating their team members.
    382366  * Fill in or Change any Criteria in the first column on the (like "Participated in Team Meetings", "Was Helpful and Co-operative", etc...). These are the categories the students will rate each other on.
    383  5. When you are done, click the "Add Rubric" button, near the top of the page. This will add the rubric to your list!
     367 5. When you are done, click the "Save" button, near the top of the page. This will add the rubric to your list!
    384368
    385369Remember to create an "Evaluation Event" when you are done! Otherwise your students won't see the your evaluation.[[br]]
     
    388372
    389373===== Mixed Evaluations =====
    390 [[Image(documentation-mixedEvalExample1.png, 240px,  align=right, border=3)]]
    391 
    392 To see a screen cast of how to create a Mixed Evaluation and assign it to student groups, see raw-attachment:Mixed.swf
    393 {{{
    394 #!html
    395 <a href="http://ipeerdev.olt.ubc.ca/img/wizard/Mixed.swf" target="_blank">Screen cast about creating Mixed Evaluations and their evaluation events.</a>
    396 }}}
    397 The following instructions are a little more up to date.[[br]]
     374[[Image(mixed_evaluation.png, 240px,  align=right, border=3)]]
     375
    398376To create a Mixed Evaluation:
    399  1. Click on the Evaluation Tools, tab, then, under the Mixed Evaluation section, on the right, Add Mixed Evaluaton link in orange. This will make the "Add Mixed Evaluation" Form Appear.
     377 1. Click on the Evaluation Tools, tab, then, on the top of the "My Mixed Evaluation" section the Add Mixed Evaluaton link. This will make the "Add Mixed Evaluation" Form Appear.
    400378 2. There are 2 parts to the Mixed Evaluation Add form. On this part, please enter:
    401379  * Mixed Evaluation name.
     
    403381  * Number of pre-Fill Text Questions (how many short answer questions will the evaluation have).
    404382  * Level of Scale - is just like the Level of Mastery for the Rubrics. Enter the total number of performance levels a student can have for each question.
    405   * Mixed Evaluation Availability - choose "private" by default, or "public" only if you would like other instructors to be able to use this Mixed Evaluation.
     383  * Availability - choose "private" by default, or "public" only if you would like other instructors to be able to use this Mixed Evaluation.
    406384 3. Click next. This will take you to the next part of this form, where you can see and edit a preview of your Mixed Evaluation
    407   * For Lickert Scales (section 1), enter a question for each question number. Bellow each Rubric-like question is are Descriptors for each level of scale. You can change these, if you like.
     385  * For Lickert Scales (section 1), enter a question for each question number. Bellow each Rubric-like question are Descriptors for each level of scale. You can change these, if you like.
     386  * Note: Each Lickert Scales question must have a minimum of 2 descriptors.
    408387  * For short-answer questions (Section 1), Fill in the question prompt, and any instructions you like. Select between single line of text, or multiple-lined, longer answers.
    409  4. After you are finished creating the evaluation, should click the "Add Mix Evaluation" button, on either the top of the bottom of the page.
     388 4. After you are finished creating the evaluation, should click the "Save" button, near the top of the page.
    410389
    411390Remember to create an "Evaluation Event" when you are done! Otherwise your students won't see the your evaluation.[[br]]
     
    414393[=#point1]
    415394==== Events ====
    416 [[Image(documentation-AddEvent.png, 240px,  align=right, border=3)]]
     395[[Image(event_creation.png, 240px,  align=right, border=3)]]
    417396Before an evaluation can be taken, an evaluation event is added.
    418397
    419398An evaluation event includes the following information:
    420  * Which evaluation is to be complete.
    421399  * Which type (Simple, Rubric, or Mixed)
    422400  * Which specific evaluation.
    423  * The time window when the evaluation can be submitted.
    424  * The due date for the event.
    425   * (although students can still submit after the due date, their submissions are marked "late").
    426  * Whether students are required to complete written comments on evaluations, or if the comments are optional.
    427  * Whether students should evaluate themselves along with the rest of their team.
     401  * The time window when the evaluation can be submitted.
     402  * The time window when the evaluation results can be viewed.
     403  * The due date for the event.
     404   * (although students can still submit after the due date, their submissions are marked "late").
     405  * Whether students are required to complete written comments on evaluations, or if the comments are optional.
     406  * Whether students should evaluate themselves along with the rest of their team.
     407  * Whether a penalty is given for late submissions.
    428408
    429409You can create as many evaluation events for each evaluation as you'd like. This is like having the same, consistent evaluation for many assignments in your class.
     
    431411To create an Evaluation Event:
    432412 1. Go to a course's home page.
    433   * If the "Evaluation Events" menu to the right is hidden, unhide it by clicking "show/hide" link to its right.
    434413 2. Click on "Add Event". This will open the Add event menu.
    435414 3. Fill in:
     
    438417   * Select the format of your created evaluation
    439418   * After, select the Name of your evaluation for this event.
    440   * Select !Yes/No for Self-Evaluation
    441   * Select !Yes/No Require Student Comments
    442   * Select the dates for this event. Clicking on the little calendar icon besides the while input fields allows you to select the date from small calendar pop-up window.
    443    * The Due date - all evaluation submitted after this date will be marked late. (this date must be between Release FROM and TO dates)
    444    * Release From date - releases
     419  * Select !Enabled/Disabled for Self-Evaluation
     420  * Select !Enabled/Disabled for Comments Requirement.
     421  * Select the start and end dates for this event. Clicking on the text field opens a calendar allowing you to select the date
     422  * Select the dates for releasing results.
     423  * The Due date - all evaluation submitted after this date will be marked late. (this date must be between Release FROM and TO dates)
    445424
    446425A single evaluation can be completed many times, and the results of each event are saved in iPeer.
    447 
    448 ==== Evaluation Results ====
    449 
    450 When students submit their evaluations, the instructors can view the results. This can be done at any time after the release date, even if only some results are in.
    451 
    452 ===== Viewing =====
    453 To view the results on an evaluation:
    454  1. Go to your course's homepage. This can be done by
    455   * Clicking on the Courses Tab.
    456   * Finding your course, and clicking on its title.
    457  2. On the Home page, look for section called "Evaluation Events".
    458   * This section in on the top right. If its contents is hidden, click on the "show/hide" link. There should be 2 options underneath, list and export.
    459  3. Click "List Evaluation Events/Results". A list of the evaluation events for the course will show up.
    460  4. Find the evaluation of interest, and click on "Results" under "View" column. A list of all the groups will show up.
    461  5. Now, by clicking on each of the groups' names, see which group members submitted their evaluation and when. To see the evaluation results, click on the magnifier-glass icon for beside a group's name. The results will look different depending on which type of evaluation this is.
    462    * Simple Evaluations - show the individual and average scores for all  students. Comments are shown bellow as well, just click on each student's name to see the evaluation comments
    463    * Rubric Evaluations - has 2 views: Basic and Detail (select between them by clicking the small (Basic | Detail) on the upper left corner.
    464     * '''Basic''' - Shows the averages for all group members.
    465     * '''Detail''' - Shows detailed rating in each category, as well as evaluation comments. Just click on each students name on the bottom middle page to show the evaluation scores and comments, just like the students entered them.
    466    * Mixed Evaluations - also has the Basic and Detailed view.
    467     * '''Basic''' - view is just like the rubric above, summaries of point-base questions
    468     * '''Detail''' - contains comments for all questions, and answers for the short-answer questions.
    469 
    470 ===== Reset submission =====
    471 To allow student redo the evaluation, instructor can reset student submission.
    472  1. Go to your course's homepage. This can be done by
    473   * Clicking on the Courses Tab.
    474   * Finding your course, and clicking on its title.
    475  2. On the Home page, look for section called "Evaluation Events".
    476   * This section in on the top right. If its contents is hidden, click on the "show/hide" link. There should be 2 options underneath, list and export.
    477  3. Click "List Evaluation !Events/Results". A list of the evaluation events for the course will show up.
    478  4. Find the evaluation of interest, and click on "Results" under "View" column. A list of all the groups will show up.
    479  5. Find the group of interest, and right click anywhere on the row. A context menu will show up.
    480  6. Click on "View Submission". The group member list will show up in a popup window.
    481  7. Check the checkbox under "RE-release Evaluation?" column for the student evaluation that need to be reset.
    482  8. Click on "Re-release Selected Evaluation" button at the bottom.