From your account, you can see the grades and standards performance for your student's classes in the Gradebook module. Select the Gradebook module on the left. At the top, choose Points or Standards

💡 Tip from the Otus Team: Not all districts use both gradebooks. Check with your student's teachers or administration to see which one(s) you use.

Points Gradebook

Once you are in the points gradebook, you can select the student and school from the dropdown menu at the top.

This view of the points gradebook will show you the name of the class, grade, point total/percentage, subject, and teacher.

➡️ Filters

  • If your school has grading periods, you can also choose to filter the gradebook by grading period.

➡️ Class Grade Breakdown

  • Clicking on a class will show a breakdown of each assessment given in that class.

  • You will see the letter grade, percentage, status, type, submission date, and any comments the teachers may have left.

Standards Gradebook

Select Standards in the upper-right corner. Next choose a class and student.

This list shows you:

  • The name of the standard.

  • The date of the student's last attempt on that standard.

  • The student's performance level.

  • How many times the student has been assessed on that standard.

➡️ District-Specific Settings

There are components of the gradebook that are controlled by district settings and may change the way your gradebook looks. Not all users will see the following two components: a total grade or a grade override.

  • Do you see a grade at the top of the gradebook? This means that your district is also giving students a total grade for each class in the standards gradebook.

  • Do you see a score appearing in bold with an asterisk (*)? This means that this grade has been manually adjusted by the teacher.

➡️ Filters

You can view the gradebook by standard, assessment, mastery setting, grading scale, and grading period.

➡️ Selecting a Standard

  • You will see a graph that shows all of the times the student has been assessed on that standard.

  • You can change the mastery setting (which is how the overall score is calculated) by choosing an option from the dropdown menu.

  • Select an attempt from the list to see the exact question or assessment the attempt came from.

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