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:
Go to the 'My Classrooms' page.
Choose the classroom that you would like to see the grades for.
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.
How are the grades in the 'Gradebook' calculated?