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Student Profile: Content Section
Student Profile: Content Section

The content section of the student profile contains the items added to the student portfolio.

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Written by Monica Burke
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The student profile serves as the home for individual student information. There are four sections to the student profile; Profile, Content, Reports, Information. This article addresses the Content section.

To Access the Student Profile:

Navigate to the Students tab of the Classes module. Then click on the student's name to see their Student Profile:


The Student Portfolio is a place to keep items of student work, including assessments, blog posts, artifacts, and uploads. Any work added to the portfolio can be seen by teacher, student, and family accounts.

  • At first, only the three most recently added items can be seen. Looking at the example above, this student has a total of 5 items in their portfolio. To see all of the items, select the Portfolio title.

  • For more information on the Portfolio, check out this resource.

💡 Tip from the Otus Team: Teacher, student, and family accounts can click on any item in the portfolio to see it in greater detail. The only exception; teachers can only open assessment that they have assigned. Teachers can see details for all assessments, but can only see the contents of their own assessments.

Blog Posts

Also available in the Content section are the blog posts that have been added to the student portfolio.

  • At first, only the most recent blog can be seen. To see all of the items, select the Blog title.

  • This will show you the number of blog posts added to the portfolio from each class.

The other three sections of the Student Profile are as follows (click on any heading to see the article related to that section):

  • Points Gradebook

  • Standards Gradebook

  • Assessment list

  • Recognition log

  • Attendance log

  • 3rd Party Data

  • District Groups

  • Classes

  • Grade Level(s)

  • Family Contacts

  • Family Communication Log

  • Notes

  • Attachments

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