How do I setup my gradebook?

View this via video along with other gradebook support:

How do I setup my gradbook?

How do I use the gradebook?

How do I enter grades?

How do I enable grading periods in my course?

How do I setup multi-outcome scoring in my course?

 

Find and adjust gradebook settings for all courses under "course settings" within the the course editor tool.

From here one can enable:

  • Gradebook options
  • Multi-outcome scoring
  • Grading categories
  • Objective mastery
  • Grade scales

 

From the homepage click on the "Editor" icon located on the course that needs the gradebook set up.

 

Click the "Tools" icon located in the top toolbar.

 

From the drop down menu select "Course settings".

 

This page allows for access to all gradebook settings.

 

 

Gradebook options

 

Within "Gradebook options" select:

  • Passing score
  • Grade scale
  • Course grade view

 

 

Multi-outcome Scoring

 

Within "Multi-outcome scoring" select:

  • Color of outcome
  • Weight of outcome
  • Percent of outcome
  • Delete an outcome
  • Add an outcome

 

 

Grade Categories

 

Within "Grade categories" select:

  • Categories to include in final grade
  • Categories to exclude in final grade

Note: NTN users typically leave this category blank, or delete the "exclude" category and only use the "include" category.

 

 

Objective Mastery

 

Within "Objective mastery" select:

  • Objective mastery threshold
  • Grade scale
  • Minimum number of questions for a formative assessment
  • Minimum score able to receive on a formative assessment
  • Minimum number of questions on a remediation assessment
  • Minimum score able to be received on a remediation assessment

 

 

Grade Scales

 

Within "Grade scales":

  • Adjust the different grading scales needed for this course
  • Delete grading scales that are not needed
  • Add custom grading scales

 

Now the course gradebook has been set up. Select "Save" located in the top toolbar.

 

 

 

 

 

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