To access your gradebook, select Gradebook in the navigation on the left.

You can choose to view your Points Gradebook or your Standards Gradebook in the top right corner.

Points Gradebook

You can select the following:

Select Class: Select the class you'd like to view from the dropdown.


Grading Period: Select which grading period you'd like to view, and all assessments due in that period will be visible.  District administrators can set up the dates for grading periods in the Control Center.
Weighting:
Choose the percentage weight for each assignment category.
Download CSV: Download your gradebook in CSV format so that it can be printed if needed.

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. This is a great option for formative assessments.

Learn how to edit the assignment details by clicking the link below.


Edit Gradebook: Edit student scores, change the assignment status, or add comments by double clicking on the current score, status, or comment bubble. Hit return on your keyboard to move to the next student.


Mass Grade or Update Status: Using the boxes in the left-hand column, select all students or specific students. You can then assign the same grade and/or assessment status. *Comments cannot be added to multiple students at one time.*

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Manage Flags/Groups: Select multiple students and then click the Flag icon to assign all selected students the same flag (or group).


 Standards Gradebook

You can select the following:

Select Class: Select the class you'd like to view from the dropdown.

Filter Standards: Choose Filter Standards to select which specific standard(s) you wish to view. 

Filter Assessments: You can also filter to the specific assessment(s) you wish to view.


Mastery Setting: Choose how you wish mastery to be measured.
Note: It is important to set the grade level for each class (under your Class Info tab) so that mastery settings can be assigned correctly. 

Grading Scale: Choose which grading scale you'd like to look at, for example (Mastery, Near Master, Approaching Mastery), (3,2,1), etc.
Note: These are determined by district settings and require that a grade level is set in your Class Info. 

Grading Period: Select the grading period for which you'd like to view assessments, and only assessments due in that period will be visible.  District administrators set the dates for grading periods in the Control Center.

Download CSV: Download your gradebook in CSV for printing if needed.

View Performance History: Click on a student's "score" to open the student's performance for that specific standard. You can view a Performance History and a Summary Bar Chart. To go back to the class view, click the class name above the standard description. 

Manage Flags/Groups: Select multiple students and then click the Flag icon to assign all selected students the same flag (or group).

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Your Otus Gradebook offers you the ability to track
student progress with precision and ease. 

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