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    any photos of the students doing the grading are not shown Only the file names of the submissions are used to identify the pieces of work being graded When the peer graded assignment is not graded anonymously the pieces of work are shown with the names and any photos of the students who submitted the work This may lead to bias in the gradings Note that if the teacher s

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    are private to the teacher they are NOT shown to the students at any stage during the assignment However they are used internally as reference assessments against which the student assessments are compared The closer a student s assessment matches the teacher assessment the higher is their Grading grade The teacher has a degree of control on how the agreement is translated into grades This the Comparison of Assessments option

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    poor The SCALE of the assessment element There are a number of predefined scales These range from simple Yes No scales through multipoint scales to a full percentage scale Each element has its own scale which should be chosen to fit the number of possible variations for that element Note that the scale does NOT determine the element s importance when calculating the overall grade a two point scale has the same influence as a 100 point scale if the respective elements have the same weight The WEIGHT of the assessment element By default the elements are given the same importance when calculating the overall grade of the assignment This can be changed by giving the more importance elements a weight greater than one and the less important elements a weight below one Changing the weights does NOT effect the maximum grade that value is fixed by the Maximum Grade parameter of the peer assignment Weights can be assigned negative values this is an experimental feature Error Banded Grading The elements will normally describe certain items or aspects which must be present in the assignment The assessment is made on the present or absence of these items or aspects The teacher must all set of grade table which give the suggested grades when all the items are present when one is absent when two are absent etc If certain items are more important than others then those items can be given a weighting greater than one Minor items can be given a weighting less than one The overall error count is a weighted sum of the missing items The assessor can always make a minor adjustment to these suggested grades Criterion Grading The elements will give a set of level statements which can be used to rank the assignment The

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    into grades To get some idea on what effect this option has take the fairly simple case of an assessment which has ten Yes No questions For example the assessment might use questions like Is the chart correctly formatted Is the calculated profit 100 66 etc Assume there are ten such questions When the Very Lax setting is chosen prefect agreement between the student s and teacher s assessment gives a grade of 100 if there is only one question which does not match the grade is 90 two disagreements give a grade of 80 three disagreements 70 etc That might seem very reasonable and you might be thinking why is this option called a Very Lax comparison Well consider the case of a student doing a completely random assessment where the answers of the ten questions are simply guessed On average this would result in five of the ten questions being matched So the monkey s assessment would get a grade of around 50 The situation gets a little more sensible with the Lax option then the random assessment gets around 20 When the Fair option is chosen random guessing will result in a zero grade most of the time At this level a grade of 50 is given when the two assessments agree on eight questions of the ten If three questions are in disagreement then the grade given is 25 When the option is set to Strict having two questions out of sync gives a grade of 40 Moving into the Very Strict territory a disagreement in just two questions drops the grade to 35 and having a single question in disagreement gives a grade of 65 This example is sightly artificial as most assessments usually have elements which have a range of values rather than just

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    there is a short period of time allowed when the text of comments can be amended The comment is not shown on the assessment until this period has elapsed Index

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    End of assessments Index of all help files ICE Cube 2016

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    details of what is considered excellent average and poor The SCALE of the assessment element There are a number of predefined scales These range from simple Yes No scales through multipoint scales to a full percentage scale Each element has its own scale which should be chosen to fit the number of possible variations for that element Note that the scale does NOT determine the element s importance when calculating the overall grade a two point scale has the same influence as a 100 point scale if the respective elements have the same weight The WEIGHT of the assessment element By default the elements are given the same importance when calculating the overall grade of the assignment This can be changed by giving the more importance elements a weight greater than one and the less important elements a weight below one Changing the weights does NOT effect the maximum grade that value is fixed by the Maximum Grade parameter of the peer assignment Weights can be assigned negative values this is an experimental feature Error Banded Grading In this type of assignment the submissions are graded on a set of Yes No scales The grade is determined by the Grade Table which gives the relationship between the number of errors and the suggested grade For example an assignment may have six significant items which should be present the Grade Table will give suggested grades if all are present one is absent if two are absent etc The individual items can if desired be given weighting factors if some items are more important than others The number of errors is a weighted sum of the items not present By default each item is given a weight of one The grading table is likely to be non linear for example the suggested

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    Note that if there is only one assessment of an submission that single assessment is taken as the best If there are two assessments of an submission both are considered best Only when there are three or more assessments does the module start to make distinctions between the assessments This grade is sometimes called the grading grade and is not the maximum grade given to the work that grade is

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