How do I view a Course Gradebook

Note: This document references views and actions that are only available to Echo Administrators

This article will demonstrate how an Echo Administrator can view the grades for a specific course. A user will need Echo Admin access to view a course when they are not themselves a designated teacher of that course.

Finding The Course

Select the "Courses" Icon from the main navigation menu.

OR

Use the Quick Nav Search Tool by clicking on the Magnifying Glass or clicking F1 key

Finding The Course

Using the Search Tool

  1. Click on the Magnifying Glass icon in the upper right corner or click F1.
  2. Select Course from the dropdown in the pop up menu.
  3. Enter the name of the course in the text field. (The auto-complete will generate a list of the closest courses that match your search).
  4. Select and press enter.
Using the Search Tool

Viewing the Gradebook

Once you have selected the course for review, select Gradebook from the left navigation menu or use the magnifying glass (F1) to Search for Gradebook.  Scroll down the list until you find Gradebook dashboard.

Viewing the Gradebook

Dashboard

The Dashboard displays the average of grades overall course outcomes.  

Dashboard

Students Course Grades Summary

Select the Student tab to see student course grade summaries (The average grade for each student in each Learning Outcome).  From this screen you may also see Pending Score and Pending Grade.  In order to give teachers greater insight into where student's grades are, we now surface Pending Scores as well as Current Scores on the screens that display student grades.  Pending Scores represent activities that have been graded, but the score has not been returned to the student.  They include:

  • Scores that have been saved and not submitted
  • Scores that have been submitted, but the activity specified release date for the score has not passed.

Pending Scores are visible only to teachers, and they appear only when one of the two condition above are met.  They are displayed in brackets next to the Current Scores, as seen in the screenshots.

Click on an individual student name to see individual activity grades for that student

Students Course Grades Summary

Detailed Grades for a student

You can view the student's individual performance across Learning Outcomes in each activity

Detailed Grades for a student

Echo is constantly being improved based on the feedback from users and we strive to keep our documentation up to date.  If this document doesn’t match what you are seeing in Echo, please let us know.

Documentation for Prior Interface

This article will demonstrate how an Echo Administrator can view the grades for a specific course. A user will need Echo Admin access to view a course when they are not themselves a designated teacher of that course.

Finding The Course

Finding The Course

Select the "Courses" Icon from the left menu bar.

OR

Use the Search Tool.

Using the Search Tool

Using the Search Tool
  1. Click on the Magnifying Glass icon in the upper right corner.
  2. Select Course from the dropdown in the Find menu.
  3. Enter the name of the course in the text field. (The auto-complete will generate a list of the closest courses that match your search).
  4. Click on Go.  NOTE:  "Return/Enter" will not trigger the search.

Viewing the Gradebook

Viewing the Gradebook

Select Gradebook from the upper toolbar.

Dashboard

Dashboard

The Dashboard displays the average of grades overall course outcomes.  

Students Course Grades Summary

Students Course Grades Summary
  1. Select the Student tab to see student course grade summaries (The average grade for each student in each Learning Outcome)
  2. Click on an individual student name to see individual activity grades for that student

Detailed Grades for a student

You can view the student's individual performance across Learning Outcomes in each activity

Time on Task

Time on Task

Click on the Activity tab to view a record of the student's time spent on each activity

Documentation for Prior Interface

Echo is constantly being improved based on the feedback from users and we strive to keep our documentation up to date.  If this document doesn’t match what you are seeing in Echo, please let us know.

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