The first time you open the Moodle gradebook in a browser session it opens to the View tab showing the Grader report, one of several views you can use to track student progress and manage gradebook functions. (Subsequently, it will open to the page you most recently viewed under the View tab.)
Use the navigation tabs across the top-center of the page or the Administration block links (at left) to switch between grade reports, and gradebook settings.
Under the View tab you will see:
- Grader report shows the complete gradebook for the entire class, including all graded activities created for the course. Turn editing on to manually enter or edit grades. Some activities provide a separate grading interface that automatically updates grades in the gradebook: See Grade Assignments in Moodle or the Turnitin V2 Integration Instructor User Manual.
- Grade history shows a complete report of all grades entered and changed for the course. This can be particularly useful if there are multiple people grading in one course.
- Single view allows you to enter grades for all students for a particular activity, or grades for a particular student for all activities.
- User report shows a grade report for a particular student. This is the same view that students have of their grades. Use the drop-down (top-right) to select a particular student.
Under the Setup tab you will see:
- Gradebook setup (formerly called Categories and Items) controls the arrangement of your gradebook columns and how grades are calculated.
- Course grade settings determine how the gradebook appears for all participants in the course.
- Peferences: Grader report lets you customize your personal view of the Grader report, for example, how many students are shown per page.
Note: Settings made under Preferences: Grader report apply to all courses you teach.
Scales tab & Letter tab
Under the Scales & Letter tabs: Set up custom Scales and Letter grade scales. See:
Import tab & Export tab
Under the Import and Export tabs, you can export or import gradebook data from a spreadsheet. See: