The Gradebook tab shows student grades based on their solutions in the courses. This tab is only available for teachers with a valid classroom subscription. Teachers can view grades by numbers (1-10), letters (A-F), or percentages (1%-100%) by changing the settings above the table. 

To access a classroom’s Gradebook, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the 'My Classrooms' page.

  2. Choose the classroom that you would like to see the grades for. 

  3. Select the ‘Gradebook’ Tab.

  • On the right, there’s an “overall” column that shows students' overall grades. This grade only takes into consideration the topics that students completed in full. 

  • If students started solving challenges in a certain topic but have not finished that topic, they will get a ‘not completed’ in the Gradebook table. 

  • If a student did not begin solving challenges in a certain topic, then the cell will remain empty. 

  • You can change the ‘Overall Grade’ to show only a range of topics, which is useful if you want to see a grade for just one semester. 

  • Click on the cell marked ‘Name’ to change the table to show students from A-Z or Z-A. Click on the cell marked ‘Overall Grade’ to filter the students from the highest grade to the lowest, or vice versa. 

  • Click ‘Export Grades’ in the upper right-hand corner to download a CSV file of Student Grades. 

For the Coding Adventure course, the table shows the grades students got on each coding topic. Each column represents a different topic. 

You can also access more data on your students' level at specific CS topics through the Proficiency table. Click here to read more.

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