Canvas codecheck grading¶
Canvas codecheck grading solves the problem of tediously grading codecheck files with Canvas’s point-and-click interface. Instead of downloading each of the codecheck files individually, extracting them one-by-one, looking at the report and grading the files by hand, you can simply edit a single text file locally on your computer.
All you need to grade a codecheck submission is to give a comment in a plain text document that’s generated by the script, such as the snippet shown below:
_dir: lastname--firstname_1234567 _name: lastname--firstname _canvas_id: 1234567 _total_score: 18/18 _comment: Good work, Firstname. Here are where you put your comments, such as... Clever logic with the if statements! Try to remove those variables you didn't use at all. _notes_and_score_changes: If you need to modify the score, put them here, like so: -1 points for nonprivate instance variables ^ this line beginning with '-1' will deduct 1 point from the 18 points shown above. Now the student will receive 17 points on this assignment. Every line that doesn't start with an integer will just be a note. --------
- Python (2.7 or 3.3) on your system.
- Canvas information (an access token and the course ID), which you will add to the configuration file to this script.
- Java JDK (for the
- Automatic grading/point weighing with the codecheck files
- Easy grading via a single plain text document.
- Quickly open mulitple submitted codecheck report files.
- Uploading grades and comments to Canvas
- Initial setup
- Detailed usage