Assignment Grading Overview

After your students have turned in an Assignment, you can access their submissions from the Assignment's Grading Overview page. Click the link to learn about the different features of your Assignment Grading Overview:

Accessing an Assignment's Grading Overview:

  1. View the Assignment post in your Class stream or from the Assignments tab in your top navigation bar.
  2. To access the Assignment's Grading Overview page, click the “Turned In" button located on the Assignment post or click the Assignment itself from the Assignments tab. You can also click on a notification any time a student turns in the Assignment.
  3. The Grading Overview will automatically sort your Students' submissions by what's Ready to Grade, Not Turned In, and Graded, or you can view All students.

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Read Receipts: Underneath each Students name, you will see if they have viewed the Assignment from their account. The indicator will say "Viewed" or "Not Viewed" depending on whether or not they have opened the Assignment page.

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Grading an Assignment:

  1. Click a particular Student’s row from the "Ready to Grade" tab to open their submission (or click the "Enter Grade" link if you already know their score.
  2. Grade the Assignment by doing the following:
    1. Numerical Grade - type the Student's grade in the boxes labeled "Score" and "Total" (you can also change the grade in the Progress book). If you prefer non-numerical grades you can enter them here as well. The numerator and denominator can be filled with numbers and letters, including "Pass", "Late", or "Incomplete".
    2. Provide Feedback (optional) - type your Comments in the text box to the right of your Student's submission and attach a file, link, or library document if necessary. Then click the "Add Comment" button.
    3. Select “Save" to submit the grade. Grades will remain editable.
    4. When a Student's submission gets graded, you can access it from the "Graded" or "All students" tab, since it will no longer appear in the "Ready to Grade" tab.

Note: When a comment and/or grade is provided, students will receive a notification. You can also update students’ numerical grades directly from within the Progress Book. Assignments that are only assigned to individual students (not to entire groups) will not appear in the Progress Book. As a workaround, you can grade them using the steps above, then manually add them to the Progress Book.

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Changing/Clearing a Grade:

  1. Click a particular Student's grade from the "Graded" or "All students" tab on the right side of their row to enable editing of their grade.
  2. Change their previous grade and click "Save" to submit the grade. Grades will remain editable.
  3. If you delete the grade for both the numerator and denominator, their grade will be cleared.
  4. When a Student's grade gets cleared, you can access it from the "Ready to Grade" or "All students" tab, since it will no longer appear in the "Graded" tab.

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Requesting a Resubmission:

  1. Click a particular Student’s row to open their submission.
  2. Click the "Request Re-submission" link underneath their grade.
  3. (Optional) Type any instructions or requests for your Student in the provided text box.
  4. Click "Submit Request" to send a resubmission request to your Student.
  5. When a resubmission request is sent, the previous grade for the Student is cleared.

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Grading Multiple Students at Once:

  1. First select the Students you would like to give the same grade:
    • To select the whole Class at once, select the top checkbox above the first Student in your list.
    • To select a few Students within the Class, select the check box to the left of each Student name.
  2. Click the blue "Grade" button underneath the "Ready to Grade" tab.
  3. Enter a grade and a total, then click "Submit Grades".

Requesting Multiple Resubmissions at Once:

  1. First select the Students from whom you would like to request a resubmission from:
    • To select the whole Class at once, select the top checkbox above the first Student in your list.
    • To select a few Students within the Class, select the check box to the left of each Student name.
  2. Click the white "Request Resubmission" button underneath the "Ready to Grade" tab.
  3. (Optional) Type any instructions or requests for your Students in the provided text box.
  4. Click "Submit Request" to send a resubmission request to your Students.
  5. When a resubmission request is sent, the previous grades for the Students are cleared.

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