Using 2.6.2. I'm a teacher piloting with other teachers for possible adoption.
We're all English teachers teaching different courses. We'd like to collaboratively create and administer single common assessments--Quiz and Assignment activities--to all of our separate classes.
1. Multiple teachers collaborate on assessment creation: create questions, etc.
2. Share assessment (Quiz or Assignment) across different courses.
3. See all results in one gradebook.
4. Ideally, be able to filter result by course. Students of Teacher A, B, and C can be seen in Gradebook as "Seperate Groups," or as "All Participants."
We can administer the Common Assessment on the agreed day, meet to see results in Team Meeting, identify which students meet, don't meet, or exceed the standard, and use that data to inform our decisions moving forward.
Would making the Common Assessments in a Meta-Course (e.g., English 9 Common Assessments), and adding each teacher's individual courses as Child Courses, enable us to send students to the Common Assessment Meta-Course to take the assessments and, most importantly, enable the filtering of grades in Gradebook by Child Course?
Would creating a quiz and export/import into each teacher's course be better? Doesn't seem so, but I'm new at this.