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Centrally administered exams and assignments

DigiExam supports the ability to perform centrally administered exams performed by, for example, an entire year at a school or within the same parent organization.

 

Students within the same school or principal / parent organization can complete exams that are created and administered from other schools within the same parent organization.

In a central implementation, an exam can be created and scheduled centrally and then monitored during the implementation by the teacher in the classroom. After implementation, grading can be shared with the assessing teacher.

DigiExam can help set up a separate "school" for the parent organization with the aim of conducting centrally administered exams, alternatively the exam can be created and administered at an existing school but carried out by students at other schools within the same parent organization.

 


 

1. Centrally administered exams from your own "school"

Example 1 shows a way of conducting a centrally administered exam through a separate "school" within the parent organization. The school can be created by DigiExam and roles at the school can then be assigned as usual. Someone in the role of teacher or administrator at the school can create the actual exam or task to be completed. Students can complete the exam locally at their school under the supervision of their teacher via the role of Invigilator. Grading / Assessment can then be shared with the assessing teacher via Share grading work in the completed exam.

  1. Create the template / exam template to be used. Make sure that all settings are correct and that any links in the template work properly.
  2. Plan the implementation and decide how the exam should be started, monitored and assessed.
  3. Perform the exam in DigiExam according to the routine you have created. At examID, students at another school under the same parent organization can complete the exam directly. For Group exams, a student account needs to be linked to the school where the exam is started.
  4. Assign the role of Invigilator to the teachers, who will supervise an examination. An Exam Invigilator can be allowed to start / end the exam, unlock the exam if a student requires to be admitted again, and download the offline file of the exam.
  5. After completing the exam, the grading can be shared with the assessing teacher. In the anonymous assessment setting, the students' names are not visible in the grading view.

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Complete auxiliary articles and guides to the parts and steps described in the example above can be found in the Knowledge Center.

 


2. Centrally administered exam at an existing school

 

Example 2 shows a way of conducting a centrally administered exam through an existing school within the parent organization, or a centrally administered exam at one's own school for an entire year. Someone in the role of teacher or administrator at the school can create the actual exam or task to be completed. Students can complete the exam locally at their school under the supervision of their teacher via the role of Supervisor. Grading / Assessment can then be shared with the assessing teacher via Share grading work in the completed exam.

A created exam / exam template can also be shared with other teachers for implementation on their own.

  1. Create the sample / sample template to be used. Make sure that all settings are correct and that any links in the sample work properly.
  2. Plan the implementation and decide how the exam should be started, monitored and assessed.
  3. Perform the exam in DigiExam according to the routine created. At examID, students at another school under the same parent organization can complete the exam directly.
  4. Assign the role of Supervisor to the teachers who will supervise an examination. An Exam Supervisor can be allowed to start / end the exam, unlock the exam if a student needs to be admitted again, and download the offline file of the exam.
  5. After completing the exam, the grading can be shared with the assessing teacher. In the anonymous assessment setting, the students' names are not visible in the grading-view.

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Complete auxiliary articles and guides to the parts and steps described in the example above can be found in the Knowledge Center.

 


 

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