An offline test is a type of assessment that learner takes offline and an instructor enters the score and record it on Teamie. You can grade offline tests from the Teamie gradebook (Android) app. There are various options available for instructors to grade an offline test such as grading with rubric (scoring and non-scoring rubric) as well as an offline test with no rubric attached to it, i.e, numerical score. You can add evidence for an offline test for a learner by capturing image from your device's camera, by adding images from device gallery or by attaching any file from your device. Let's see how it is done.
This article will guide you on:
2. Click the score column cell corresponding to the learner for whom you wish to add evidence to the offline test.
3. Tap Camera to click pictures from your device and add it as an evidence.
4. You can also access the evidence page and add evidence from there by tapping VIEW EVIDENCE.
You will be asked to allow the Gradebook app to access media, etc on your device in order to add evidence from the device. Tap Allow to grant the required permissions to the app. This is a one time process and you will not be asked to allow permission each time you add evidence or upload media from your device to the Teamie Gradebook app, so you can rest assured!
5. Click the picture and add it as evidence.
6. The clicked image will start uploading.
7. The image will be uploaded as evidence to the offline test.
8. Similarly, you can add existing images from your gallery as an evidence or add files as attachments from your device.
You can easily see the count of evidence added for a learner from the parenthesis after the learner's name and Evidences headings.
9. To delete the added evidence, tap the ellipsis for that evidence and then tap Delete Evidence.
10. A confirmation message appears. Tap DELETE to confirm or CANCEL to abort.
Let's see how you can grade and add scores for learners in an offline test which doesn't have any rubric attached to it.
2. You can view the scores that are already assigned for learners for the offline test. A - (dash) will be shown for learners for whom scores are not yet assigned.
3. Tap the score column of the learner whose scores you wish to add for the offline test. You can also tap to update the scores for learners with existing scores.
4. Tap Score and add the required score.
The maximum score for the offline test will be listed in the parenthesis. For example, the following screenshot shows an offline test with the maximum score of '10'.
5. Tap SAVE once you have entered the score.
6. The score will be updated.
7. You will be able to view the updated score on the gradebook.
A rubric is used to assess learner's submission based on a set of criteria. In case of scoring rubric, the selected scale for each criteria leads to an overall score.
Let's see how you can grade learners in an offline test which has a scoring rubric attached to it.
2. A rubric sign will be shown for offline tests with the rubric attached for grading. Tap the required column cell of the learner for grading.
3. You will notice a lock icon shown alongside the maximum score of the offline test. The lock signifies that scores cannot be edited individually and will get updated on the basis of the scoring rubric scales.
Add evidence for the offline test as per your requirement.
4. Tap Grade using Rubric to view the attached rubric for grading.
5. You can tap the 'i' icon or See Details to view the criteria details.
6. Tap to select the appropriate scale to assign the points for each criterion.
7. The scores will be added up automatically based on your scale selections for each criterion. The total points earned will appear in the TOTAL field below the rubric.
8. Click SAVE to save the rubric grades and score.
9. The rubric grades and score will be saved shortly.
10. You will be able to view the updated score on the gradebook.
In case of non-scoring rubric, the scales for criteria do not have scores tied to them. Hence scores need to be entered separately during the grading process, if required.
In case a non-scoring rubric is attached for grading, rubric scales will published along with the feedback and is independent of the scores being published.
Let's see how you can grade learners in an offline test which has a non-scoring rubric attached to it.
2. Tap the required column cell of the learner whom you want to grade.
3. Unlike scoring rubric, the scores for assessment with non-scoring rubric need to be entered separately during the grading process. Tap Score and add the required score.
4. You can also tap Grade using Rubric to add scores on the rubric screen.
5. Select the appropriate scales for each criterion.
6. The scales does not update the score as the rubric attached is non-scoring rubric and the scales are to provide feedback rather than score.
7. Enter the required score and tap SAVE to save the rubric grades and score.
8. The score will be saved shorlty.
9. You will be able to view the updated score on the gradebook.
A grading scheme is a set of criteria that measures varying levels of achievement in a classroom. Grading schemes are based on percentage ranges, and each percentage range is given a name (name value could be alphanumeric). A grade scheme can include any number of achievement levels.
Let's see how you can grade an offline test with grade scheme attached.
2. You can view the grade scheme alongside the score assigned to learners. For example, the following screenshot shows the offline test with grade scheme 'Pass' and 'Fail'.
3. Grade the offline test. In this case we are grading an offline test (with scoring rubric attached).
4. Once the scores are saved, a grade will be assigned automatically as per the attached grade scheme.
5. Although, in case of an offline test (with scoring rubric attached), the scores cannot be edited individually, but you can change the grade for an offline test regardless of any rubric attached. Then tap SAVE to save the updated grade.
6. You will be able to view the updated grade on the gradebook.
As an instructor you can give feedback on learners' submissions in the form of textual comments, audio recording and scales attached to an assignment. By default, feedback added by an instructor would be visible to the learners. Let's see how you can give feedback for an offline test.
1. On the Add Evidence screen, tap the feedback icon at the bottom right of the screen.
2. Tap WRITE A COMMENT.
3. To add textual feedback, enter text in the Write a comment text box. Then tap the Submit icon.
4. The comment will be posted shortly.
5. Tap and hold the microphone icon to record audio feedback / comment.
In case, the Gradebook app prompts for an authorization (this is one time authorization) before accessing your device's microphone, then please allow the app to access your device's microphone and then tap and hold the microphone icon to record an audio feedback / comment.
6. Release when you are done recording your audio comment. Then, tap the Play icon to playback the recorded audio comment, before adding it to the learner's submission.
7. Tap the Submit icon to post the audio feedback.
8. The feedback will be posted shortly.
9. To remove your feedback comment (audio/textual), swipe the comment to the left. A confirmation message appears, tap YES to delete the comment or tap NO to abort.
10. On the ADD EVIDENCE screen, you will be able to view the count of comments posted for the learner submission. You can tap on it to quickly view the feedback.
11. You can view and add feedback for other learners by tapping the learner name at the top of the screen and selecting the required learner from the drop-down list.