Now that you’ve made a beautiful Wizer worksheet and assigned it to your students, its time for the last step: grading and giving feedback. You don’t need to carry around reams of worksheets or use a beloved colored pen. Just login to your Wizer account to quickly grade your classes’ worksheets.
1) Login to Wizer.me
2) Click My Worksheets
My Worksheets leads you to a gallery of all the worksheets you have made or used.
Click on the worksheet you want to grade.
3) Click Answers
This opens the assessment tool for grading and feedback.
4) Select the class and student
Note that the selected student’s name appears in teal highlight on the right and her name appears at the top of the answers page. The students answers appear in the body of the worksheet.
5) Review and mark answers
Review and mark each question with a green check or a red X. You can add a heart for special effort or encouragement. Most question types will already have automatic scores, so it takes just seconds to review the marking. Open questions require a human touch, so they will be unmarked at first.
6) Add personal feedback
Write a personal note and additional feedback in this dialog box located at the bottom of the worksheet. The text you enter here will appear at the top of the student’s worksheet page the next time they login to Wizer.
7) Save and send feedback
Finally, save and send your feedback. The moment you click send feedback, the student will be able to view it.
8) Students receive feedback
Students will automatically receive feedback within their original student worksheet. All they have to do is click the worksheet link you sent them when you assigned it and login. The grading and feedback appears like this.
9) Download student responses and grades report
All student responses and grades will be saved in your Wizer account. If you would like to export grades to .CSV file you just click on the ‘Download report’ button at the top of the page.
Next you select which report type you would like and export the file.
That’s it! Now you’re ready to build more beautiful, engaging worksheets.