Whether you’re new to Gradescope or already familiar with it, here are some useful tips to help you get the most out of Gradescope in your classroom.
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Automatically scored answer sheets
Do you use scantrons or auto-scored answer sheets for multiple choice exams? You can continue using the same tasks while benefiting from the flexibility of Gradescope Rubrics if you switch to Gradescope Bubble Sheets. Bubble Sheets help you streamline the process with a quick and secure digital assessment without using old-fashioned multiple-choice devices.
Written exams with different answer types
Do you want multiple choice as well as handwritten answers in written exams? With the exam type “Exam/Quiz” you can create tests according to your needs, including a selection of different task types. When a template is created and uploaded by a teacher, Gradescope automatically groups similar answers together. This speeds up the rating process for otherwise individually rated response types.
Evaluate group work
Do you test in the form of group or laboratory work? Groups of students can work together on a task and then receive the same grade. Gradescope speeds up the feedback process and enables shorter turnaround times for group work submitted to the course.
Participation of the students
Asking students for feedback? Gradescope’s online assignments allow you to engage students from any web-based device. The results are immediately visible, allowing teachers to adapt their lessons for the day.