Showing posts with label Automatically Graded Quizzes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Automatically Graded Quizzes. Show all posts

Friday, September 9, 2016

How to Print Grade Reports from Flubaroo

The Flubaroo Add-on for Google Sheets is a powerful tool for quickly grading multiple choice and short answer quizzes created with Google Forms. Flubaroo has been around for years and almost every week people ask me questions about how to use it. One of the great features of Flubaroo is the option to have results automatically graded and sent to your students via email. If your students don't have email addresses, you'll need another way to give them their grades. You can share via Google Drive or you can use the old-fashioned method, hand delivering of grades. In the video embedded below I demonstrate how to print grade reports from the Flubaroo Add-on in Google Sheets.


Read this article for an explanation of how using Flubaroo is different from using the quizzes feature in Google Forms.

Saturday, December 12, 2015

Flubaroo Offers a New Extra Credit Grading Option

Last week Flubaroo added new options for sending grades to students and new options for printing grade reports. This week Flubaroo added a new option for grading extra credit questions and a new option for giving partial credit on questions.

Now when you're setting your grading scale in Flubaroo you can choose to mark questions as extra credit. Extra credit is not enabled by default. To utilize the extra credit option you must first enable it in Flubaroo's advanced menu. Complete directions can be found here.

Awarding partial credit for answers is now available in Flubaroo. The partial credit option only works when you're grading responses on questions formatted with the check box option found in Google Forms. Formatting a question with the check box option allows you to create a question in which students can respond by selecting multiple answer choices. With the partial credit option you can award points if students pick only one of two or three correct choices. A complete set of directions for using the partial credit option can be found here.