To access your gradebook, select "Gradebook" on the left hand side of your screen.

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You will have the option to view your
"Points Gradebook" or your
"Standards Gradebook"
at the
 top right corner.

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There are many options when you are in the
"Points Gradebook."
 

You can select the following:
-Grading Period: Select which grading period you're using, and all assessments due in that period will be visible.  District administrators can set up the dates for grading periods in the Control Center.
-Download CSV: Download your gradebook -Great for printing!
-Weighting: Choosing the percentage weight for each type of assessment!
-Add a + assessment: By selecting the + icon at the top left corner, you can add a column to your Gradebook. You can then give students points, without creating an actual assessment! -Great for formative assessments!
-Select Class: Select the class you'd like to view!

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-Edit Gradebook: By double clicking on the area, you can make changes to student scores, change the status, and even add a comment!  When entering grades, hit return to move to the next student within your column.

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-Mass Grade/Status: On the far left column, you can select all students or specific student. You can then give them the same grade and/or assessment status. *This does not apply to commenting.

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-Manage Flags: By clicking the Flag icon, you can assign flags to all checked students.

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There are also many options when you are in the
 "Standards Gradebook."

You can select the following:

-Select Class: Select the class you wish to view!
-Filter Standards: Choose from the picker which standards you wish to view by the standard.
-Filter Assessments: Choose from the picker which assessments you wish to view standards grades for.
-Mastery Setting: Choose how you wish mastery to be measured.


-Grading Scale: (Mastery, Near Master, Approaching Master), (3,2,1), etc.
-Grading Period: Select which grading period you're using, and all assessments due in that period will be visible.  District administrators can set up the dates for grading periods in the Control Center.

-View Performance History: Double clicking on a students "score" will open the student's performance for that specific standard, offering a "Performance History" and a "Summary Bar Chart. To go back to the class gradebook, click the class name above the standard description. 

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-Manage Flags: By selecting specific student names or choosing "Select All", you can assign flags to the students of your choice!

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With all of the options
your Otus Gradebook offers, you are able to track student data with precision and ease! 

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