Grades in Webcourses@UCF Personalized Learning

Webcourses@UCF Personalized Learning Grades

Personalized Learning requires you to take a different look at how you learn. One of the biggest changes will be seen in the grading process. Grades are not just scores from answering questions. Personalized Learning grades come from the continual gathering of evidence from knowledge accumulation.

Webcourses@UCF Personalized Learning determines your grade from a number of factors including:

  • Knowledge Covered (the number of nodes or lessons completed)
  • Knowledge State (how you performed in the nodes or lessons)
  • Time spent in the assignment (all nodes or lessons)
  • Overall effort throughout the assignment

Grading Factors

The factors used are dependent on settings made by the instructor and may differ from course to course. Please consult your course for more specific information.

The grade calculated by the set factors is called your Composite Score, which is transferred to Webcourses@UCF.

Webcourses@UCF Personalized Learning also keeps track of how much time you spent on the assignment, as well as how many revisions were made. You are not penalized for going back and revising. Instead, your grade may improve if you revise since you are essentially rewarded for practicing or reviewing the material again.

Grades will automatically be synced to Webcourses@UCF. You do not have to submit anything manually.

Viewing Your Current Webcourses@UCF Personalized Learning Grade

Webcourses@UCF Personalized Learning keeps track of your complete progress (Composite Score). Upon the due date, the grade transfers to Webcourses@UCF. In most cases, the grade can be changed or improved by going back to revise.

You can view your current Composite Score on the Realizeit overview page for any given module or assignment.

Realizeit composite score