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Grader report

Click Grades on the left side bar to see the Grader report.

All activities with grading on are gathered automatically in Grader report. In a grading table, you see list of all students and all grading items in your workspace.




Course total

The first column in grader report, Course total, calculates and shows automatically the course total grade, based on your settings.

As a default, the aggregation method is Simple weighted means of grades, and the maximum grade is 100.


You can change the aggregation method, set maximum to 5 and print a list of course grades (kurssisuoritukset?):

Open Grades -> Gradebook setup ->  click Edit on the first course row. -> Edit settings -> Choose one in the Aggregation menu (eg. weighted means of grades or natural, meaning sum of grades).



  • Change the Maximum grade to 5. You can include or exclude empty grades.
  • Click Show more to open more options: set Overall decimal points to 0 (default being 2). Using normal rounding rules, you now get course total grades as whole numbers.
  • Export a course total sheet; choose columns for students´ name, student number and course total. Print or send as a file. (No integration to Oodi, but the sheet can be handled manually as list of course grades)

Course total column is calculating the current situation. You can hide Course total column and show it only in the end of the course.

You can also formulate your own calculation:

Gradebook setup → Click Edit on Course total row → define ID numbers for your grading items → create a calculation formula. For more info: https://docs.moodle.org/32/en/Grade_calculations


How to add a grading item (eg for exam results)

In some cases, you may want to add grades without an activity, for example exam grades or bonus points.

Choose Gradebook setup → Add a grading item. Give a name and define grading method.

To give grades, click Turn editing on on Grader report, and give grades directly in the grading item column. Save.


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