DRAFT Updated Gradebook R3

Cómo usar la libreta de calificaciones


Open your Course Gradebook from the left menu of the course. You can grade Assignments, tests/quizzes, and discussions directly in the Gradebook, and your students can view these grades under their Grades tab as you post them.

A set of menus is available in the top row of the Gradebook that give you flexible control over displaying content, creating new content, and setting various options. 

 

1. Gradebook menu



Switch among the following options:

  • Badges
  • Mastery
  • Attendance
    Note: Depending on the settings at your school, you may not have access to some of these options.

2. Grading period menu



Select one grading period to only display the items from that period, or view items for All Grading Periods. Sub-periods are nested beneath their main grading period.

3. Categories menu



Filter the Gradebook to only show grade items that belong to a grading Category, which you define in your Grade Setup page.

4. View Menu

A variety of options are available from the View menu that provide additional information about the items in the gradebook.

Select Show Full Material Titles to expand the header row of your gradebook and show the entire title of all graded items.

You can also choose from a number of selections that will highlight cells in the gradebook that fit the selected criteria; the number to the right of each option indicates the total number of items matching the criteria. 

  • Marked "Excused" 
    Highlight all gradebook items that you've marked excused, indicated by a green hexagon in the table cell:

    In the image at the top of this article, for example, Justin Gonzalez's 8-point Energy Essay and 60-point Science in the... assignment are marked Excused.
  • Marked "Incomplete"
    Highlight all gradebook items that you've marked incomplete, indicated by a half-filled orange hexagon in the table cell:

    In the above image, Margaret Flores has the 100-point Spot Quiz and Population Quiz marked Incomplete.
  • Marked "Missing"
    Highlight all gradebook items that you've marked missing, indicated by an unfilled orange hexagon in the table cell:

    In the above image, Justin Gonzalez has the 100-point Spot Quiz and Population Quiz marked Missing, while Dennis Kelly has four such items.
  • Marked "Missing" with a Submission
    Highlight all gradbook items marked missing that subsequently received a late submission from the student.
  • Graded With New Submission
    Highlight all graded items for which the student turned in another submission.
  • Ungraded
    Highlight all gradebook items that still need a grade.
  • Unsubmitted
    Highlight all gradebook items for which students still need to submit their work.
  • Material Factor of 0
    Highlight the columns of items with a factor of 0—that is, items that you don't want to be factored into student grades.

For example, selecting Ungraded from the menu adds a border around each cell in the gradebook that has not yet been given a grade:

5. Sort Materials Menu

Choose an option in the Sort Materials menu to select the order in which the grade item columns display:

  • Due Date, Ascending: Sort items from left to right with the earliest due dates displayed at the beginning of the gradebook and the most recent at the end.
  • Due Date, Descending: Sort items from left to right with items with the most recent due dates at the beginning of the gradebook and the earliest ones at the end.
  • Date Created, Ascending: Sort items from left to right with the earliest items you created displayed at the beginning of the gradebook and the most recent at the end.
  • Date Created, Descending: Sort items from left to right with items with the most recent items you created displayed at the beginning of the gradebook and the earliest ones at the end.

6. Add Item Button

Click the plus sign to create graded content directly from the Gradebook:

  • Tareas
  • Discussions
  • Test/Quizzes
  • Columna de calificaciones (no es necesario que haya material de un curso asociado)

7. More Options Button

Click the three vertical dots to access a menu of additional options for the gradebook:

  • Bulk Edit

Select Bulk Edit to view graded assignments, tests/quizzes, and discussions in a given course. For each graded item you can edit or delete the item's:

    • Name
    • Published/Unpublished status (the green dot in the second column)
    • Category
    • Max points available
    • Factor
    • Scale
    • Due date
    • Grading period
    • Desc. (Descripción)

Click the Save Changes button below the bulk editor to update your gradebook with the changes.

  • Print Grade Reports

Print the Grade Reports for students in your course.

  • Export

Choose from two formats in which to export your Gradebook:

    • As an XLS/CSV version of your Gradebook.
    • As an XLS/CSV file that you can use to import your gradebook into other systems.
  • Import

If the graded items in one course are the same as the graded items in another course, you can import grades from an XLS/CSV file; for example, when students change classes and their grades must be transferred to the new course.
Note: This is only available to Enterprise instructors.

Marking Exceptions

To mark items as Excused, Incomplete, or Missing, hover your pointer over the cell in the gradebook and click on the flag that displays:

 

Note: Adding a Missing exception applies a score of zero in the grade average for that item.

Editar calificaciones

To edit grades directly from the gradebook, click on the cell and add the new grade. Grades automatically save when you modify a cell. You can also type any non-numeric character into a cell to assign a 0 for that grade. For quick navigation, use the tab or arrow keys. 

If a test or quiz is graded automatically, the grade will already display. If you change this grade, the override is indicated by an orange pencil in the lower-left corner: 

Click the pencil to clear the override.

Editing and Materials and 

The More Options menu next to the Assignment and Test/Quiz in the top row of the gradebook provides the additional options.

  • Edit — Modifies the item Profile.
  • Track Revisions — Shows changes made to a student's grades.
  • Set All Grades — Fills all of the grades with a single value.
  • View Statistics — Shows statistics for an Assignment or Test/Quiz.
  • Delete — Removes the Assignment, Test/Quiz, or Discussion from the course section.

Nota: No todas estas opciones están disponibles para las prueba o cuestionarios.

Ocultar las columnas de promedio general y período de evaluación a los estudiantes y padres

Según lo que haya establecido en la sección Configuración de calificaciones finales de la página Configuración de calificaciones, puede elegir ocultar las calificaciones generales o las calificaciones del período de evaluación a los estudiantes y sus padres. En la sección Calificaciones calculadas automáticamente puede realizar lo siguiente:

    • Seleccione Ocultar calificación general en la libreta de calificaciones del estudiante si no desea que se muestre la columna Promedio general en las libretas de calificaciones del estudiante, o si desea ocultar las calificaciones generales del estudiante en los informes visualizados por los padres.
    • Seleccione Ocultar calificaciones del período de evaluación en los informes del estudiante si no desea que se muestren las columnas de Período de evaluación en las libretas de calificaciones de los estudiantes o si desea ocultar las calificaciones del estudiante correspondientes a los períodos de evaluación en los informes visualizados por los padres.

Agregar una columna de calificaciones generales personalizada

Desde la sección Configuración de calificaciones finales, puede además agregar una columna de calificaciones personalizada en la libreta de calificaciones. Active la casilla de verificación Agregar una columna de calificaciones generales personalizada en la sección Calificación general personalizada para agregar la columna personalizada junto a la columna Calificación general. Si habilita esta opción, su libreta de calificaciones mostrará tanto la columna de calificaciones generales personalizada como la columna de calificaciones generales calculadas.
Notas:

  • Los cambios realizados en la columna personalizada no afectan a la calificación calculada.
  • Las calificaciones de la columna personalizada se muestran en las libretas de calificaciones del estudiante y en los informes visualizados por los padres. Ni los padres ni los estudiantes pueden ver las calificaciones en la columna calculada.

 

Comment

Si desea hacerlo, siga estos pasos:

  1. Hover over a cell until you see a Comment Icon (it should be immediate).
  2. Haga clic en el icono de comentarios.
  3. Ingrese un mensaje en la ventana emergente.
  4. Marque la casilla para mostrar a los estudiantes (opcional).
  5. Haga clic en Guardar cambios en la parte inferior de la página.

You may also place an Excused or Incomplete placeholder in a grade cell. These icons are marked in green and in red. They do not add value to the student's grades, but act as empty grade cells.

No obstante, no puede utilizar los marcadores de posición Justificado o Incompleto para pruebas/cuestionarios.

Note: Comments and placeholders will appear in the student grade report (see the Graph Icon located to the right of the student's name). Comments for grading periods and the overall column will also appear on student report cards.

 

Grupos por evaluar

También hemos agregado una función para calificar miembros de su curso en Grupos por evaluar. Esta función se aplica de mejor manera cuando su curso ya tiene miembros y elementos con calificación. Si desea obtener más información sobre los Grupos por evaluar, consulte nuestro artículo aquí.

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