With our latest webinar, our goal was to get you ready for the new academic year, whether this is your first time using CodeGrade or a new iteration of your previous courses. This webinar was part of our monthly Focus Groups and was recorded on August 13th 2021, it is available on demand now.
The first part of the webinar was dedicated to CodeGrade basics. In our example, we discussed a very basic autograded Python Assignment in which a student has to generate the numbers of the Fibonacci sequence. We show the three CodeGrade workflows:
- Handing in to this assignment as a student. We hand in our code as a student and get instant feedback on it. If we want, we can use this feedback to improve our code and resubmit. Want to learn more about the student workflows in CodeGrade? Click here!
- Grading code manually. After the students have handed in, we switched to the teacher / grader view to start marking the submission. We explored inline comments, snippets, general feedback and the rubric. Furthermore, we show how the feedback can be released to the student. More information about Grading in CodeGrade can be found here.
- Setting up the autograded Python assignment. We conclude by showing how the previously used assignment can be set up from scratch. We go over the basic configuration: hand in instructions, submission settings, rubrics and the automatic tests in AutoTest. You can find more information on setting up an assignment in our Help Center, or in our previous webinars and guides.
Copying your previous work
If you are doing a new iteration of a previous course, or if you would like to import parts of a previous assignment, you can use the various importing options we have in CodeGrade: