Gradebook gives you loads of insider info on your students. It runs the gamut of features, but we'll just walk you through some of the most popular ones here.
Track Overall Student Progress
On the Gradebook tab of your classroom, you'll see all of your students listed and an overview of what they've done. The default will list individual students.
Don't forget you can go to that "Product" dropdown and choose which product within the classroom you want to look at. (Remember, you can add up to four!)
Show Individual Results
Prefer to see the gradebook sorted by something other than Overall Grade? Just click that handy dropdown and choose what you'd like to view.
Here’s what that dropdown will look like if you’re in a Test Prep classroom:
In courses, you'll have the option to grade assignments. Choose the "Individual Scores" view from the "View" dropdown. Then you can search for the activity (or sort by student name). If the activity is hyperlinked (able to be clicked on!), you’ll know it's ready for grading. (It'll also say "Needs Grading” under the Status header. Helpful, we know.) Click on the activity name in order to grade it.
Here, you can add comments, submit a grade, and view the student's response.
Scroll down to locate the homework assignment in the box below the activity description. Click on the hyperlink to open the submission.
We also provide a rubric and Teacher Notes to help you out. Scroll down past the assignment to find those.
If you want to jump between activities or students, you can do that via the dropdown menus at the top of this page.
Whew! We made it. Now you know the basics of how to put the gradebook to work for you!