While students’ scores for the auto-graded practices and exams will automatically populate into the gradebook, there will be many times when you may still need to manually enter or edit student grades. For example, some assignments will need to be scored offline based on the scoring rubric for the specific assignment and then entered into the gradebook. This might also happen if you wish to enter a zero for a student who fails to submit a particular lesson practice, to enter grades for all students when you administer and self-grade an offline quiz, or to edit a grade for a student’s unit assignment to give them partial credit for their submission.

The two places you will use the most to enter grades are the gradebook and the SpeedGrader.

Gradebook

1. Starting the course platform, click "Grades" on the left-hand side course menu to open the gradebook.
2. Locate the student whose grade(s) you'd like to enter or change in the gradebook

3. Click on the assignment cell to show editable cell and enter the grade. Press enter/return on your keyboard to save.

SpeedGrader

1. Starting the course platform, click "Grades" on the left-hand side course menu to open the gradebook.
2. Hover over the assignment you want to grade, and click on the arrow that appears.

3. Select "SpeedGrader" from the drop-down menu.

4. Open student submission through the student list on the top right-hand side of the SpeedGrader.

5. Enter the score that you would like. Keep in mind that scores can be entered as: points, complete/incomplete, letter grade, percentage, or GPA.

Note: On the upper left-hand corner, you will see your own grading process. For example, if you were to delete this grade by clicking the delete key on your keyboard, you will notice that the number of grades you have completed reduces as shown in the two images below.

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