"Why would you need to "set your classes up"? Surely if the
course is enroll able, your students can just enter and take part
in all the activities? They can indeed, but unless you put a
password (enrolment key) on the course then any students on your
Moodle could enroll and take a look around. That might be fine if
you have an "open door" policy to your course – but in the
real world, I wouldn't expect extra students to come in and join my
Advanced Level French class, and so the same might apply in Moodle.
Likewise, although my colleague and I share teaching resources and
experiences, we don't actually mark each other's students' work
– we have separate grade books. The same should apply to
Moodle. If more than one class is sharing a Moodle course,
it’s important that the classes are on different pages of the
grade book rather than everyone all listed together.
"So how do we do this without having manually to add every
single student? If your Moodle admin hasn't done this for you
already, then log in to your course and click on Groups in the
course administration block:"
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