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June 22-25 2009. HOMEWORK/TEST mANAGER. Additional Features. Change Dates & Assign Status. Click Here. Changing Due Dates and Assignment Status. Set the details in the Multiple Assignments Area Select the assignments below to which these settings should apply

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June 22-25

2009


Day 2 (9:00 a.m. Tuesday, 7/24/07)


HOMEWORK/TEST mANAGER

Additional Features

Session 2B: 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, 6/23/09


Change Dates & Assign Status

Click Here


Changing Due Dates and Assignment Status

  • Set the details in the Multiple Assignments Area

  • Select the assignments below to which these settings should apply

  • Click Apply to Selected for the appropriate column

  • Repeat until all settings have been changed as desired

  • Click one of the Update buttons.

  • Settings can also be changed for individual items

  • Passwords can be added / changed (We recommend changing these every semester)

  • We recommend setting due dates & times to the start of the class


Set Prerequisites

Click Here


Setting Prerequisites

Set minimum scoreif desired

Drop down list of all assignments

Click when complete


Prerequisite Details

Provides a synopsis of all prerequisites


Prerequisite Details (Continued)


More Assignment Tools

Delete AssignmentsReorder AssignmentsChange CategoriesChange Assignment SettingsManage Custom Questions


Delete Assignments

1. Select Assignments to be deleted2. Click Update to delete selected items

Reorder Assignments


Change Categories

Category choices are test or quiz


Change Assignment Settings


Actions – drop down menu

UnassignEditCopyDeleteSettings for ClassSettings per StudentPreviewList QuestionsPrint


Actions Drop-down: Individual Student Settings

Select student(s) you wish to change settings for

Extend assignment deadline here

Specify password if desired

Click Update to save new settings


Actions Drop-down: Edit (Step 1)

Change if desired

NOTE: No changes are allowed here if any student has started this assignment


Actions Drop-down: Edit (Step 2)

Add or remove questions from this assignment as desired


Actions Drop-down: Edit (Step 3)


Actions Drop-down: Settings for Class


Actions Drop-down: Preview


Actions Drop-down: Preview


Prescribing Item and Category Weights

  • Switch to the Gradebook section of MyMathLab

  • Click on the Change Weights button


Prescribing Item and Category Weights


Change Weights Options

  • Category and Assignment Weighting

    • Instructor specifies numerical weight for each category

    • Category weights are fixed for the entire course

    • Overall course averages will not be correct until the end of the course

  • Assignment Weighting Only

    • Category weights are not used (grayed-out)

    • This method is recommended


Change Weights Options -- Comparison

CALCULATION DETAILS:

CAW = .25(.80) + .60(.70) + .15(1.00) = .20 + .42 + .15 = .77 = 77%

AWO = (8 + 70 + 5) / (10 + 100 + 5) = 83 / 115 = .72 = 72%


Change Weights Clarifying Example

  • Consider the Homework 2.1 assignment shown earlier

    • This assignment has 20 problems

    • Each problem has a value of 1 point

  • This homework assignment has a value of 8 points

  • Note that the problem value points and assignment value points are not equal

  • This course has a total of 278 points for homework assignments

  • This course has a total of 1000 points.

    • Homework assignments count for 27.8% of the final course grade

    • Homework assignment 2.1 counts for 0.8% of the final course grade


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