How to Create a Group Assessment Activity

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A group assessment activity involves students working collaboratively on set tasks, in or out of the classroom. Group work includes:

  • Any learning or activities that require students to work in groups
  • Any formal assessment tasks that require students to work in groups.


Who can create a group assessment activity?

By default, the following role can create a group assessment activity: 

  • Owner and teacher 

How to create a group assessment activity:

      1. Go to feature Assessment Activity

      2. Click New Activity 

      3. Fill up your information for title and description.

      4. Click 2020-05-14_1544.png to attach and upload your attachment (optional)

      5. Set a publish date for this activity

      6. Set a due date for limitation of this activity

      7. Select Group to create a group activity

      8. Select Advanced Settings (optional)

  • Click Important to show this assessment is important
  • Click Assess by Multiple Teachers to assess by multiple teachers or all teachers, so the score is averaged by multiple teachers
  • Click Self-assessment required so students have to assess by themselves before.

      9. Click Create to save changes

After creating a group assessment activity, you need to manage a group properly as follow below:

      1. Go to the group activity that you have created

      2. Click Group on the left side in a page of description

      3. Go to Manage group on your right side

      4. Choose how you want to create a group

  • Create New Group
  • Reuse
  • Random   

     5. Select 'who can edit group?' at Manage Group

  • Teaching Team Only
  • All member (Students can create group themselves)


  • The system defaults publish date as the current date. If you don't set publish date, an assessment cannot be created.
  • The created date won't be visible. Only published and due date will be referring to the setting.











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