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Include custom drop-down list when grading assignments with custom grading schemes

Include custom drop-down list when grading assignments with custom grading schemes

 

I often make custom grading schemes when using the letter grade option in assignments. For example, I use checkmarks (✔-, ✔, ✔+) or words (excellent, average, needs improvement). Creating the schemes is fine. However, when I actually grade the assignment, I have to remember the exact wording and use of capital letters, or copy/paste the exact same checkmark or the grade won't register. It would be nice if custom grading schemes appeared as a drop-down list, so I can just select the appropriate one. This is already done in the standard "complete/incomplete" grading option. Can we get it for custom letter grade schemes as well? I use many assignments that are intended to encourage practice and mastery, and to give the opportunity for feedback, but are not included in the final score for the course.

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Community Coach
Community Coach

Thank you for your idea submission, molly@interlink.edu​. This idea will be open for vote during the next voting cycle (October). Smiley Happy

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