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Award zero to one member of a group?

Question asked by John Hill on Apr 24, 2019
Latest reply on Apr 25, 2019 by Sky V. King (FIU Online)

My students have been allocated to groups, and each group has submitted to a group assignment. The terms of the assignment required students to discuss their submitted work during a follow-up seminar. Attainment of the group mark was conditional on attending this follow-up seminar. I have completed marking on these group assignments but now need to ZERO students who were absent from the seminar. I have tried:

  1. Amending individual marks in gradebook... but this affects the entire group
  2. Converting the assignment to "award marks individually"... but this removes existing feedback comments and will make it more difficult for examiners to find group-level feedback.
  3. Altering the group membership... but this comes with a confusing warning about data loss and an offer of cloning something (what, why?!)

 

So my question is, how can I award a mark of zero to individual members of a group assignment? Thank you.

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