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The Saint-Michael church is an essential discovery. The graceful baroque church is one of the highest lighthouses in the world! You can climb up to the top of the steps and feast your eyes with a splendid view over Hamburg and its port. Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city.
Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station s in Hamburg can be found. Add a destination I have a rail pass? Searches are limited to 5 trips. For additional trips, search again. When the same grading form is to be re-used in another module, a new copy of its definition is created and eventually modified only there.
Therefore the UI of the forms editor must support this cloning smoothly. It is believed that this feature would minimize the problems with modifying some form once it was already used Once a form was used for real assessment, it can't be changed any more - otherwise the grades it produces wouldn't be comparable and the assessment would loose significant amount of objectivity.
Identifies gradable areas where advanced grading can happen. For each area, the current active plugin can be set. Each plugin can define one grading form in the given gradable area. That means for the given Assignment, there can be just one rubric defined. If there are more plugins available, the teacher can define one instance per gradable area for each of them and switch between them.
This can be used for example to produce a quick initial feedback on the work in progress using one plugin and then switch to another method to grade the final products. This scenario is supported in the Workshop module, where the initial assessment can be done using a lite grading method like "Comments only" and then it can be replaced with heavyweight "Rubric" during the second grading iteration. For each item inside the gradable area, one instance of the defined form is created when the grading form is filled.
It holds the information about the user who did the assessment. Note that we do not store the user who is being graded here intentionally. The framework is robust enough that it can be used for any item inside the gradable area. The item itself can be for example a team work - the interpretation and handling is done by modules.
Various grading methods, each providing its own type of the grading form and the way it calculates the final grade, can be implemented. For the beginning, we plan to convert all current grading strategies from the Workshop module into advanced grading methods available for all other modules. Here is a quick summary of the planned methods. In this very unusual but still possible rubric, the minimum score is 2 and the maximum score is