So, for example, imagine you had 3 quizzes that used 100 point scales and 1 test that also used a 100 point scale.
You think the test should be worth much more than a quiz, say, 4 times as much.
But sometimes we feel overwhelmed with all those things.
When I became self-employed, I created a very basic spreadsheet where I tracked all the assignments.
To access the sharing settings, remember it is the blue text to the right of the document title near the top of the page.
Remember to make the spreadsheet Public on the web to ensure that the link in the assignment area is accessible to be graded.
In these settings you can copy the link to the document and paste it into the assignment area within Blackboard (see instructions below).
**Remember, you will most likely need to enter fictitious student data into the grade sheet ** Remember, what a "weighted" grading scheme means is that regardless of the number of points certain categories may have, the grades are calculated by giving the categories certain weights.
Include a chart that displays the grade distribution of at least 10 fictitious students.
Also be sure to designate a place that shows the class average, min, max, median, and mode values.