This article provides information about how to use the Grades tab of your Student Data page. This is where you'll find students' scores across all the assignments you've created. Keep reading to learn about some key features of the gradebook.
Looking for detailed results for a specific assignment? Need to grade writing submissions? Do this from the assignment's Results page!
Click the arrows below to view the different features and configurations available in your NoRedInk gradebook.
By clicking the button shown below, you can toggle between seeing your students' names down the left-hand side of your gradebook and seeing them listed across the top.
By default you'll see assignments created for that class, but for a leaner gradebook you might choose to see only this week's or this month's assignments. You can can also pick a custom date range.
Using the drop-down featured below, you can download your gradebook to Excel or to a CSV. You can then upload it to different programs or analyze scores outside of NoRedInk.
By default, your gradebook displays scores as percentages, but you can adjust this by using the "Settings" dropdown.
If an assignment was worked on after the due date, a clock icon will appear next to the student's score icon. You can hover over the icon to view more details.
Links to access student reports or assignment results
- Click a student's name to view an individual report of the student's past Assignments. The individual student report comes in handy when you want to hone in on just one particular student's results. You might use it in IEP conversations or during a parent teacher conference.
- Click an assignment's title to get to your assignment's Results page, where you can view a detailed breakdown of your class's performance. You can then take a much deeper dive into the material assigned to see exactly how your students performed on specific topics and questions.
If you've dropped or moved students from one class to another, you can also view their grades by toggling "Show dropped students" within the settings. These students can also be included in a gradebook export.
The class average will update to include the grades of the dropped students when this feature is on.
What do the gradebook symbols represent?
How can scores help me understand a student's assignment progress?
Generally, the place to find detailed results for a specific assignment is in the specific assignment's Results page. However, the gradebook can provide some helpful details at a glance!
For Assessments: Scores will only appear once students complete the assignment. The scores that are displayed in the gradebook for assessments are final, unless reset by the teacher. To track students' progress during these assignments, it's best to use the assignment's Results page.
Note: Planning Diagnostics are graded based on completion, so students will get 100% when they complete it.
For Practice: Scores represent students' ongoing progress in the assignment. Practice assignments are graded based on completion. If a student appears with 100%, this means the practice is complete. If a practice appears with 50%, this means the student is only halfway through the assignment. Click here to learn more about tracking Practice results.
Note: Once the due date has passed, if a practice assignment has not been started, it will be given a grade of 0. This 0 will be averaged into the students' overall grade. This is overwritten if the work is completed after the due date if late work is allowed in the assignment.
For Writing: A grade will only appear once you've graded the student's writing. Once the due date has passed, if a writing assignment is not accepting late work it will be given a grade of 0.
This is overwritten if the work is completed after the due date if late work is allowed in the assignment.
- Using the “Mastery” tab of your Student Data page
- Viewing student mastery progress and results on Practice assignments
- How NoRedInk scores student work