Input Final Grades for Report Card
Login as a teacher and from the dashboard select the course for which you want to input final grades.
Click on the course card and the course details with multiple tabs will open.
Click on the Grades tab and select Input Final Grades.
Select the appropriate Marking Period.
If you have been giving assignments and grading them, then you can click the Get Gradebook Grades button. The system will fetch the gradebook grades and calculate it properly based on weightage (if it is configured). You can choose between letter grade or percentage grade by sliding the toggle switch.
You will notice that the Credit Hour column is prepopulated and is in editable mode. This means that you can adjust the credit hours for students in a course. There are cases when you might not want to award the full credit hour to a student and for those cases, you can edit the hour.
You can add predefined comments for the course or add your own comments. Once completed, click the Submit button to finalize the grades. These grades will show up on the report card and finally on the transcript.
Generate Anomalous Grades
A teacher can enter grades more than the assignment total points which gets stored under the Anomalous Grades feature. If this is done by mistake, then the teacher can generate anomalous grades by navigating to: Menu >> Grades >> Anomalous Grade By ...
General Setting: Before entering any assignments or giving grades a teacher has to set their own configuration choices that are used in the gradebook grades calculation and final grades. This setup varies with different course section. To configure ...
As a teacher, after you have entered the assignments, select the Grades tab and make sure the Gradebook Grades is selected. Next to the assignment there will the triple dots. Click on that and the points entry screen will open up. Enter the points ...
Teacher portal dashboard at a glance
This is the dashboard that you will see as a teacher when you log in. Before we start to navigate the dashboard let's start with the header. In the header you will find the School Year that you can change according to the year you want to work with, ...