Hi Yusif, emmmmmm, after three weeks, have you got any further?
As you can tell, not a lot of users of Schoology here, so not a lot of help, I am afraid. I don't even know what type of database Schoology uses, can't find enough information on the tool that would encourage me to look further. I even looked at this site, and it is being very bashful, Schoology doesn't seem to appear anywhere in a list of LMS's. I am wondering it it is really classed as a SIMS or a CMS?
Rubrics can be imported, reused, as the Moodle Docs on Advanced Grading Methods suggest. As for weighting grades across courses.... dunno, never tried it, but I suspect it would be a handy thing to know, so ...mmmm looking....
In Schoology, there is a way to create weights and topics for the grading system. Even the distribution of the overall totals throughout the year is there. So for example:
Let's say that assignments and assessments will be split up between quizzes, homework, and classwork with each having a weight of 15,10,10 respectfully. If my school has three terms, I can split the weight of the terms as I like. After all of this, I can then easily import all of this information to any of my other courses with the press of a button. The same can be done to rubrics and method of grading (A+, A , A- or numerical).
The question right now is: can I do this in the Moodle systems. I haven't been able to find a way yet.
(Sorry my post was long winded).