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Gradebook Announcements

  • TIES Gradebook: Where To Get Help
    Recently, TIES has added a "Frequently Asked Questions" section to their Documentation menu in Gradebook. Learn more in this video.

    Posted Feb 14, 2013, 1:17 PM by Michael Walker
  • Assignment/Definition Updating
    When you update your grade for students who complete missing assignments, if you select Edit Scores by Student, the grade book will indicate it has been updated only for the student whose score has changed

    Some students have used this aspect to "game the system" and tell their parents that they turned the assignment in, but the teacher hasn't updated their grade book.

    To remedy this, when entering missing assignments into your gradebook, select Edit Scores by Multiple Definitions. This will update the grade book for all students, and give parents a better sense that your grade book is up-to-date.

    Posted Mar 21, 2012, 12:03 PM by Michael Walker
  • Viewing Previous Grades in Mark Reporting

    In Mark Reporting you now have the ability to see 1st Semester Grades.

    When a teacher views an S2 course, they will see:

     

     

    When a teacher views an S1 course, they will see:

     

     

     

    The Report Card in StudentLink is available with this same information without navigating in Mark Reporting.

    Posted Mar 21, 2012, 10:46 AM by Michael Walker
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Using iCommunicate
When using the iCommunicate tool to send e-mail to students and parents, it is important to keep in mind the following:
  1. If you wish to copy and past a long message, use Google Docs. Copying from Microsoft Word, may introduce extra characters into the message.
  2. If you would like parents to respond to the message, be sure to add a line that request all responses to go to your e-mail address.
  3. Be sure to include a signature at the end of your message that includes not only your name, but position and building as well.
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Using iCommunicate


  
 
 
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