This article will explain Total Grade Conversion for Standards. Total Grade Conversion shows a "total grade" for each student in each class within the standards gradebook. When enabled, users will see the student's overall mastery on individual standards as well as the "total grade."
➡️ How Does It Work?
Total Grade Conversion is calculated by averaging the scores for each standard. This is true for all Mastery Settings (Mean, Mode, Most Recent, Highest, Decaying Average; the total grade is calculated using an average regardless of which Mastery Setting is being used for the gradebook.
Toggling between different Mastery Settings can/will alter the Total Grade that is calculated.
The student is assessed on multiple standards.
Each standard is then displayed individually in the standards gradebook.
The overall mastery score for the individual standard is calculated based on the Mastery Setting selected by the district (Mean, Mode, Most Recent, Highest, Decaying Average)
Total Grade is then calculated by averaging the data presented in the Gradebook.
💡 The example below shows how the Total Grade calculation is altered when the Mastery Setting is changed.
❗If you would like to display a "raw total score" rather than a total grade term, please reach out to your Otus Client Experience Partner or the Otus Support Team for assistance.
Setting Up Total Grade Conversion (for Standards)
Step 1: Turn Total Grade Conversion On
Once you are logged into the Main Admin account, navigate to the Control Center and follow these steps.
Locate the specific Grading Scale that you wish to enable Total Grade Conversion for
Select the three horizontal dots
Select Total Grade Conversion
Step 2: Enter Conversion Value
Enter the value/text that you would like to display as the "Total Grade" for each scale label maximum of 25 characters each). Select save once done.
View in Teacher/Admin Account
Individual Student’s Standards Gradebook
View in Report Card
(Generated in Admin Account)
❗Must select Total Grade checkbox to be included in report card.*
❗Only standards that have been selected in report card template will be calculated in the Total Grade*