Is there a way to enter a code in the gradebook like "I" or "E" so an assignment does not count or get calculated for a student? I ask because at the middle school level, I have students that come in to my district late each semester, miss some initial assignments, and spend the rest of the semester with an incorrect semester average. Thank you!
Exempt or Incomplete Assignment Code
I agree with you Rob. Our district is using Pearson's product, PowerSchool for collecting and reporting grades. One of the key ideas included is that an assignment can be omitted, marked incomplete, or marked as Not Handed In as a clear indication to those receiving the report what has happened.
Additionally, although this may belong somewhere else, I'm finding students who do not receive any sort of grade, do not receive an email notification of comments to change or make amendments to their submission. This would otherwise fly in the face of supporting student improvement, mastery or having made a tiny mistake.
I'm very curious and will try to keep looking!
What agg method are you using? Do you only aggregate non-empty grades. Both settings on Cats and items. Don't understand why a student would have an incorrect average arriving late if you're not aggregating empty grades.
Rob, aggregate only non-empty grades gets you the same thing but for everybody who doesn't have a grade.
A button at the top of the grading screen that says " flood zero for unsubmitted tasks" )
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