The first tab, Questionnaire, enables you to create the questions for students.
Preview questions, the second tab, presents the questionnaire for students to answer.
The last tab, Groups creation, enables you to launch the groups creation.
The groups creation takes place in two steps. The first one is a simulation.
During simulation, it is possible to modify criterias to reorder them and to move students manually from one group to another.
On the next step; the groups are actually created in Moodle.
Do not forget to click the button "Create Groups in Moodle" to finalize the group creation.
There are 4 operators to create groupes.
There are four basic operators to create the groups.
|Group similar individuals||= Form groups whose members are similar to defined criteria. Creation of homogeneous groups. Applied to discrete values, with no obligation whatsoever numerical.|
|Disperse similar individuals||= Distribute qualifying students across groups. Applied to discrete values, with no obligation whatsoever numerical.|
|Avoid minorities||= Divide students so that at least two students sharing a criterion are in the same group (especially for minorities). Applied to discrete values, with no obligation whatsoever numerical.|
|Balancing Level||= Create groups that are \"right\", whose total forces are similar in all groups (usually based on academic results). Applied to numerical values (continuous and discrete).|
When you preview a group distribution, you may click on a student block to see its informations and answers in a tooltip.
If one student does not have to enter in the group distribution, you may click on the X in regard of its name to remove him from the group preview.
Number of teams :31 / 123(4)
- The number of teams fixes the number of students in each group. For example, 123 students in 31 groupes makes 4 individuals in groups.
- Preview : This button launches the group creation with the selected criterias.
- Reset : This button empties all groups and sets students in the part non affected to groups.
- Optimize : This button makes some switches in students distribution to improve the criterias. Succes is not guaranteed but you may repeat optimization several times.
- Equalize : Force to equalize the number of student in each groups. Sometimes necessary after optimization.
Team up is a Moodle plugin fork from Teambuilder plug-in (https://moodle.org/plugins/mod_teambuilder) developped by UNSW and maintained by Adam Olley but with an algorithm like the one use in GROUPENG 1.3.
It's developped by the "Université catholique de louvain" (UCLouvain) by the Team that organized the french Moodle Moot 2018.
The main contributors are Philippe Bocquier, Patrick Gérin, Andreia Lemaître, Isabelle Motte and Séverine Gossiaux.
And it will be presented at the french Moodle Moot 2019 at the university of Renne (France) by Zabelle.
Documentation in french : https://docs.moodle.org/3x/fr/TeamUp