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View an Individual Student's Gradebook
View an Individual Student's Gradebook

Take a deeper look into an individual student's gradebook.

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Written by Monica Burke
Updated over a week ago

Having insight into a student's performance in each class is crucial to ensuring that each student has the support needed to succeed. The assessments and standards views provide a snapshot of your class's performance and allow you to drill down into the details of each student's assessment performance, standard performance, and missing work.

❗️Based on your district settings, your standards view may be on the left. In addition, not all districts choose to enable the assessments view. In that case, only the standards view will be visible.


Viewing Assessment Performance

To view an individual student's performance on assessments, follow the steps below:

  • Step 1: Navigate to the gradebook module

  • Step 2: Select the student's class from the dropdown menu at the top of the page.

  • Step 3: Select the Assessments tab.

  • Step 4: Select the student you wish to view.

Navigate between individual students by using the arrows to the right of the student name or selecting the individual student from the dropdown. You can also adjust the grading period to view different time frames.

This view will show you:

  • Letter grade (if your district uses points)

  • Percentage (if your district uses points)

  • Overall Performance for non-points assessments

    • The overall performance represents how many times the student got each performance level for that grading scale.

    • If you only see one color, only one performance level was earned.

  • Status

  • Type

  • Due date

  • Submission date

  • Comments

Understanding the Overall Performance for Non-Points Assessments

Hover over the overall performance bar located in the Total column to view how many times the student earned each performance level for the grading scale used on that particular assessment.

Example 1:

Here we see that the student earned three different performance levels for questions on this assessment. Not at Standard was earned on one question. We could hover over the other colors of the overall performance bar to see the number of times the other performance levels were earned.

Example 2:

For Movie Analysis: Hidden Figures, we see that the student earned Exceeds on two questions.


Viewing Standards Performance

To view an individual student's performance on standards, follow the steps below:

  • Step 1: Navigate to the gradebook module

  • Step 2: Select the student's class from the dropdown menu at the top of the page.

  • Step 3: Select the Standards tab.

  • Step 4: Select the student you wish to view.

Use the navigation arrows or the student dropdown to navigate between students.

Standards List View

Standard Description: Each standard that was attempted will be listed with the full standard description.

Last Attempt: This shows the last date that the standard was attempted.

Overall Standard Score: The overall standard score is determined by the mastery setting being used. Click on the dropdown menu in the upper-right-hand corner to select a different mastery setting.

Total Number of Attempts: This number shows the total number of times this standard was attempted.

Individual Standard View

Overall Standard Score

The overall standard score is determined by the mastery setting being used. Click on the dropdown menu in the upper-right-hand corner to select a different mastery setting.

Line Graph

Each point on the graph represents an attempt at that standard. Hover over any point to see the details of that attempt, including the assessment name and due date. Click on the point to see the content of the assessment question.

Table View

The assessment names represent each individual attempt at that standard. The due date or submission date (if a due date is not set) and the performance level for each attempt are listed. Click on any attempt to see the content of the assessment question.

💡Tip: If you'd like students and family members to also see the content of each question for the standard attempts, be sure that allow post-grading review is enabled when you assign the assessment.

Filters

You can filter the standards view in a few different ways. The filters will be saved until you log out.

  • Grading Period: View the standards assessed in different grading periods or for the full academic year.

  • Grading Scale: Change which grading scale is used to display the overall standard performance.

  • Mastery Setting: Change which mastery setting is used to calculate the overall standard performance.

❗ Defaults are set at the district level. Teachers are not able to set individual defaults.

  • Filter Standards: Isolate individual standards to view the performance level for those standards.

  • Filter Assessments: Isolate individual assessments to view the performance level for standards on those assessments only.


Exporting and Printing Gradebooks

Select the ellipsis in the upper-right corner to download a CSV (spreadsheet) of the individual student's gradebook.

The Assessments CSV will contain the same information as the gradebook:

The Standards CSV will contain the same information as the gradebook:

Once the CSV is downloaded, you can open the document on your device and print.


Downloading a Missing Assessments Report

From the assessments view, select a student. Click the ellipsis in the upper-right corner and choose Missing Assessments:

This will download a CSV (spreadsheet) of the student's missing assessments. Included in that report is the name of the assessment, the status (missing), the type, and the due date (if applicable):


Viewing a Student's Grades for All Classes

The student profile is a powerful tool that gives educators access to an abundance of data regarding each student in their classes. The gradebook view is part of that student profile. Learn more here.

  • Step 1: From the Classes module, select the correct class.

  • Step 2: Choose the student from the student list.

  • Step 3: This opens the student profile where you will see the gradebooks for each class.

Adjust the class and any other filters for the standards gradebook just like you can in the standards view of the gradebook.

💡 Tip: While you are able to see the overall grade for each class, you won't be able to see the breakdown of assessments from this view. Choose the Reports tab in the student profile to view assessment results.


Otus Live Video

Click to view a video from our Otus Live series on how to view an individual student's gradebook.

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