Supersite 3.0 HELP TOPIC: Gradebook - Working with student submissions and grades

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How do I adjust a student's overall cumulative grade?

How do I grade a student's assignment submission?

How do I adjust a student's earned grade for an assignment?

How do I adjust a late penalty that was applied to a student's submission?

How do I accept late work from a single or several students?

How do I reset the work on an assignment so a student can try it again?

How do I quickly award 100% to all students who have submitted an assignment?

How do I view a history of grade changes?

 

 

Adjust a Cumulative Grade

  1. From the All Categories page, click a student's score in the Grade column.
  2. On the cumulative grade popup, use the up and down arrows to adjust the grade or mouse-click in the text field and type a number (can be a whole number plus one decimal place). Note: Adjusted grade will display in the cumulative grade popup.
  3. Enter a comment (required) about reasons for changing the student's cumulative grade. Note: Comments are recorded in History.
  4. Click “save.” Note: Adjusted grades are marked with a bullet.

Grade an Assignment

From your Gradebook, you may access the Grading tools to review and grade an assignment.  

  1. From an assignment's drop-down menu, select “Grade Activity.”
  2. On the “How would you like to grade?” page, select a method (“Student by student,” “Question by question,” or “Spotcheck Student Work”) to use to grade the assignment.
  3. To review auto-graded questions, be sure to click the “Show auto-graded questions?” checkbox. Note: For auto-graded questions, you may overwrite the points earned by manually adjusting the awarded points or by selecting the 100% or 0% quick grade buttons.
  4. Click “start grading.”  See “Student By Student Grading,” “Question By Question Grading,” or “Spotcheck Student Work” for instructions.

Adjust an Assignment Grade

To change a student’s earned score on an assignment:

  1. Click a student's score (either from the single student view or from the Gradebook's roster view).
  2. On the submission actions popup, click “Change earned score.” Note: Changing the earned score on a “credit” activity may not impact the student’s grade.
  3. Enter the new score or use the quick grade links to award credit (full or zero). Note: The score must be entered as points. Review the total possible points in the “Current earned score” entry.
  4. In the comment field, enter a reason for changing the earned score (required).
  5. Click “save.” Note: Adjusted scores are marked with a bullet point. See “View History of Grade Changes” for instructions on how to view history.

Change the late penalty on a student submission 

  1. Click a student's late score (either from the single student view or from the Gradebook's roster view).
  2. On the submission actions popup, click “Change late penalty.”
  3. Click in the new penalty field and enter a number between 0-100%. Note: Review the current penalty information before making changes.
  4. In the comment field, enter reasons for changing the late penalty (required).
  5. Click “save.” Note: Adjusted scores are marked with a bullet point.

Accept Late Work

To accept a late assignment from one student:

  1. Select one student's late score (either from the student view or from the Gradebook's roster view) 
  2. On the submission actions popup, click “Accept late work.
  3. In the comment field, enter reasons for accepting the late work (required).
  4. Click the “Accept late work” button. Note: Adjusted scores are marked with a bullet point.

To accept late assignments from several students:

  1. From an assignment's drop-down menu, select “Accept late work.” Note: This feature is only active if students have submitted items late.
  2. On the “Accept late work” page, check the box(es) for the student(s) who submitted late work that you wish to accept.
  3. Click the “Accept late work” button. Note: A message indicates the late work was successfully accepted. 

Reset a student’s work on an assignment

  1. Click a student's score (either from the student view or from the Gradebook's roster view).
  2. On the submission actions popup, click “Reset work.”
  3. In the comment field, enter a reason for resetting the attempts (required).
  4. Click the “reset work” button. Note: There is no way to retrieve the student’s work after clicking the “reset work” button.

Quick Grade an Assignment for Several Students

  1. From an assignment's drop-down menu, select “Quick grade (100%).” Note: This feature is only active if there are student submissions.
  2. Remove students who will not be quick graded by clicking the marked checkbox beside their name.
  3. Click “quick grade.” Note: Quick graded scores are marked with a bullet. 

View History of Grade Changes

  1. Click a student grade that is marked with a bullet point.
  2. Click the “History” link in the popup’s header.
  3. Click “cancel” or “x” to close the popup.