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Grade Submission Main Page

Welcome to the Final Grade Submission Training Support Site for School Loop users. This site contains a number of step-by-step instructions and training documents to assist teachers in successfully setting up course gradebooks and exporting grades from these gradebooks into the grade submission window.

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In order to provide the most comprehensive set of instructions, we have provided training documentation for three common scenarios for submitting the final semester grade. Please note that gradebook dates cannot overlapA link and description for each scenario is provided below:

 

Scenario I

A single gradebook with all course assignments is kept for the entire semester (three marking periods or two quarters) in School Loop. The marking period or quarter grade is the same as the final semester grade.

Scenario I Marking PeriodsOR  Scenario I Quarters

 

Scenario II

A single gradebook with all course assignments is kept for the entire semester (three marking periods or two quarters) in School Loop. A final semester gradebook is created at the end of the semester with the total points for each marking period in separate assignments, as well as a final exam or project assignment.

Scenario II Marking Periods

OR

Scenario II Quarters

 

Scenario III

Multiple gradebooks are created for each marking period, with different point totals for each. The final semester grade is the sum total point value of all three marking periods. The final semester gradebook has three assignments, one for each marking period, with a maximum point value for each assignment that is equal to the total of points for each marking period.

Scenario III

Scenario IV

Multiple gradebooks are created for each marking period. The final semester grade is a straight average of all three marking periods. For example, each marking period grade makes up one third of the final semester grade.

Scenario IV

 

Scenario V

Multiple gradebooks are created for each marking period. The final semester grade is a weighted average of all three marking periods and/or includes a final project/exam score as well. For example, the final semester grade is made up of MP1 (20%) + MP2 (30%) + MP3 (40%) + Final Exam (10%).

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