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Grading - Percentage Distribution with 3 Levels

Dear ITS team,

since the Gemeinschaftsschool teaches according to 3 levels (g/m/e), I have not yet been able to create an assessment scale in which it is possible to differentiate between these 3 levels. For example: A student in grade 7 writes a G level paper and gets 75% correct. The student next to it also writes 75% but at M level.
Then the first student from us would get a green dot at G level and the second a green dot at M level (we use a traffic light system and have feedback sheets at 3 levels for the 7s).

But in Its Learning I can only create a scale in which I can set this green dot on a level/percentage. I can't set the other levels because you always have to clearly distribute a percentage.
I cannot create : Green (g) - 75%, Green (m) - 75%, Green (e) - 75% in my scale.
It's only green - 75% and therefore the percentage 75% is "taken".
It would be very helpful if it were possible to include this level distribution in the scale, since it would otherwise be more cumbersome for the community schools to evaluate its learning and thus undermine the task of ITS Learning to enable better and more efficient communication for everyone.

Best regards,

an interested ITS learner
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  • May 19 2023
  • Not selected for implementation
Country DE
Category Grading and assessment
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    Product Team commented
    7 Jul, 2023 08:08am


    Thanks for your input. This sounds like a very complex way to do grading, and a system we do not support. Given that I understand your scenario correctly, a workaround would be to have 3 separate scales for g/m/e, and create separate assignments for students to hand in. This of course only works if the students are already "assigned" to a level.

    The itslearning Product team