Creating a checklist in Moodle is a great organization tool used to monitor projects. A checklist can be created by a teacher (or generated from the activities in a course) and then the students or teachers can check-off each item as they are completed. Watch this video that demonstrates creating a checklist in Moodle.
How Teachers View Student Checklist Progress
The Checklist is a a plugin feature available in Moodle 2.0 . This plugin must be installed by your Moodle administrator. The settings allow control by student, teacher or auto check off.
As a teacher when you click on View Progress, the “Table” view appears. For this example, student names have been blocked out in the left-most column.
When you click on Show progress bars in the Table view, you will see the following progress bars display:
When you click on the magnifying glass by an individual’s name, you will see a list of the individual’s items. As a teacher you may click in the Add comments to add your own comment after any checklist item.
The Checklist above shows only 72% above even though all Week 1 items have been checked off. For display purposes here, additional checklist items for later weeks that have not been completed are not displayed.
Finally, look at the screen capture below to view an added comment:
Moodle Checklist Plugin
This tutorial hosted at YouTube demonstrates the three different ways to use a checklist with your students.