How to Make Online Grading Faster & Easier in Moodle
“People ignore design that ignores people.”
Why, you might wonder.
Simple, the design controls what a user does, once they are on your interface.
A good user-interface only means you have the users on your page for longer, obviously boosting the chances of conversions or clicks, or even user engagement.
And this is exactly what Edwiser products have been about.
Continuing the tradition, we’re out with something new on the same lines.
Introducing Edwiser RapidGrader
Our latest offering – Edwiser RapidGrader for Moodle, is a grading solution that’s designed for a Smart, Quick & Easy grading experience.
You can now grade your students with added convenience and ease, while at the same time easily sharing feedback with them, wherever needed.
Now you might have wondered…
Why Edwiser RapidGrader?
In many of our regular interactions with our Edwiser family, a lot of our patrons pointed out how the grading interface was a major pain-point for them.
Things that could be done in a few minutes, would take up extra hours. To add to that, teachers also talked about how difficult it was for them to share feedback with their students, among other shocking problems!
Taking all of these problems into consideration, we came up with Edwiser RapidGrader – a solution that not just solves all these issues but even adds more value to a teacher’s grading experience.
How Edwiser RapidGrader Solves All Grading Problems in Moodle
#1 One Window for All Your Grading Needs
Problem: The grading interface of Moodle is complex. Teachers first need to understand how grading works in Moodle before they can start grading.
Edwiser RapidGrader’s interface ensures you have everything you need, in the same window.
Be it choosing which student to grade, or be it filtering students, you don’t need to go anywhere.
As a result, you can now grade faster than ever, with Edwiser RapidGrader!
#2 Click Less, Grade More
Problem: The traditional way of grading in Moodle is a tedious process. So much, that you need to open a new tab for every question.
Edwiser RapidGrader solves this problem by reducing the number of clicks needed, again helping you grade more students in the same time frame, without affecting the quality!
#3 Grade The Way You Like
Problem: Grading objective questions in Moodle is as easy as Pie, with automatic grading in the mix. However, grading essay type questions is not that easy.
Edwiser RapidGrader lets you choose between Question-based and user-based grading, depending on the type of question you need to grade.
With question-based grading, you can now grade one question for all students, one student at a time.
#4 Share Feedback Easily
Problem: A complex user interface meant that teachers weren’t motivated enough to share feedback with their students.
Edwiser RapidGrader comes with an easy-to-access feedback section, enabling you to share feedback with your students easily.
By sharing feedback with your students, you can now easily cultivate a habit of critical thinking amongst your students.
#5 Reporting Made Easy
Problem: It was tough to access and download reports of students, again because of a complex interface.
Edwiser RapidGrader makes the reporting process a lot easier.
You can directly download reports of students by clicking on the Download Report button, distinctly visible at the top right corner.
Further, you can see the grade chart, or even choose to re-grade a student, if needed.
Empowering teachers to Grade Smart, Quick & Easy, Edwiser RapidGrader comes as a boon for teachers, universities and companies alike.
Not only does it help you save time & money, but Edwiser RapidGrader also makes it possible for you to share feedback easily with your students.
With so much in store with Edwiser RapidGrader, why not take a demo and see for yourself?
2 thoughts on “How to Make Online Grading Faster & Easier in Moodle”
I am trying to sign up for your demo, but it keeps saying “the field is required” on the form. All fields are filled in, so I am not sure which field you are referring to.
I just cross-checked and the form seems to be working fine for me. You can try it one more time, or else we can create a trial instance for you and send you the access details. 🙂