Teachers have the ability to view an individual student's progress on assessments, assignments, and standards within their account. This is a similar view to what the student will see in their Otus account. This information is great to have on hand when conferencing with students and families.

To view an individual student's gradebook information, navigate to the Gradebook module.  From here, you can use the white drop down menu to specify which class you wish to view data in.

Select the student that you would like to view by clicking the student's first or last name from the table. The individual points gradebook view will provide you with a list of assessments, type, submission status, date submitted, total points, percentages, and letter grades, which you can change by double clicking the area. 

PLEASE NOTE- If you are tracking student performance on a standard, the double clicking to quick grade will not record student progress on individual standards linked to items within the assessment. Do not use this option if you are attaching standards to items in your assessments.

Standards Gradebook

In order to view students’ standard mastery on standards assessed in your class, select the Standards tab from the Gradebooks page. 

From this view, you will see the level of proficiency on all standards assessed in the selected class. If you just want to look at one assessment, you can use the Assessment drop down, and if you’d like to look at a different grading scale, you can use the middle drop down.  Standards will be sorted alphabetically from top to bottom.

To view a students data on a specific standard, select the standard and double click their name. This will provide a plot graph and a bar graph to represent how many time they have attempted the standard and what mastery level they received. You can even choose to print each graph!

Exporting and Printing Gradebooks

To print either of the gradebooks, you will download the CSV.

Points Gradebook CSV:

Standards Gradebook CSV:

Once the CSV is downloaded, you can open the document on your computer and print! 

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