This step-by-step guide will show you how to log into Otus to see how you're doing in each of your classes.
1️⃣ Log into Otus
Use your school email and password to log in.
2️⃣ Click on your Gradebook module.
➡️ Get an overview of how you're doing.
2) Grading Period
3) Mastery Setting
3️⃣ Click on a class to see a more detailed view of assessments and standards.
📝 View Your Assessments
➡️ Understand the Assessments View
This page tells you everything you need to know about the work (assessments, homework, quizzes, projects) you've been assigned.
1) Class Name
You'll see the class name and the teacher's name.
2) Total Grade
You could see a few different things.
Points: This is the total points you've earned from all points-based assessments in this class.
Percentage: This is your total percentage based on points earned vs. points possible.
Letter Grade: Some districts enable traditional letter grades as an overall grade option.
You might see a level or term instead. This is a grade conversion that your district might have turned on.
3) Assessment Title
You'll see every assessment you've taken or been graded on.
The score is the grade for any points-based assessment.
5) Due Date
The due date can be set by your teacher so you'll know when your work is expected by.
This is the date you submitted your assessment.
This column shows whether you completed it on time, late (submitted after the due date), missing, excused, or excluded.
New: This was just assigned to you and hasn't been started yet.
Turned In: You submitted the assessment and your teacher needs to grade it.
Graded: Your teacher finished grading the assessment.
Teachers can leave comments for you on any assessment.
🎯 View Your Standards
Select the Standards tab to see how you're doing on each learning standard you are being taught.
➡️ Understand the Standards View
Some schools use different grading scales for different types of assessments. The standards are grouped under the grading scale your teacher chose.
You see every standard you've been tested on during the grading period you chose.
1) Grading Scale
A grading scale shows you the terms that your district chose to show the different levels of performance.
These show you your progress on the standards being taught.
If you have questions about what each level means, check in with your teacher.
This is the title and description of the learning standard that each assignment or assessment question is attached to.
3) Last Attempt
An attempt is any time you're tested on a standard.
This is the last time you were tested on this standard.
Score: This is your overall score on the standard.
Number of Attempts: This shows how many times you've been tested on this standard. Click on a standard to see a list of all of your attempts.
➡️ Change Your Filters
You can change different filters in your gradebook, too. You can view the gradebook by standard or assessment. You can even change how the grade is calculated.
➡️ Click on a Standard
You will see a graph that shows you all of the times you've 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.
➡️ Click on an attempt in the list to see the specific test question
Select an attempt from the list to see the exact question or assessment the attempt came from.
If you don't see anything when you click on the attempt, that means the teacher hasn't turned on the setting to allow you to review this yet.