Dear Teacher Emma,
I'm sorry for the delay in replying.
Yes, there are 3 deadlines in an activity:
First - Period of time, where the student needs to send their files.
Second - Activity correction period - Starts when the 1st ends
Third - Sending the notes to the University System - Starts when the 2nd ends
1- When the activity correction time ends, the activity is blocked by the Course Secretary and the file is sent to the University System.
1.1- Before activities were blocked by the Course Secretary, there were often situations where tutors delayed corrections. With this, there were cases in which the Course Secretary sent the notes to the University System and after this occurred, tutors corrected the activities and sent the students' notes to Moodle.
As a result students got Zero grade in the University System.
1.2- Currently, the Course Secretariat blocks activities after the end of the correction period. This ensures that the file uploaded to the University System reflects exactly what is in Moodle.
1.3- The tutors who delay the sending of notes, will have to do it by e-mail to the Course Secretary. With these data, the Coordination of the Curso can act on the tutors who delay the sending of the notes and protect the students, so that they do not leave without notes in the System of the University.
2- There is another situation where note blending occurs. It is as follows:
2.1- There are activities that require the teacher of the discipline, follow closely, even guiding, as the tutors must correct.
There are several cases, in which the notes given by the tutors, are outside the criterion, previously established by the teachers. With this there were complaints from the students and the tutors changed the grades up. Most of these modifications did not meet the correction criteria, informed by the teachers of the discipline.
With this, the teachers of the discipline, block the activity, preventing tutors from throwing wrong notes in Moodle (very up).
There are many tutor exchanges and it is not always possible to keep a team with experience.
Many thanks, teacher Emma!