Instructors: demonstrates the primary functions of the Gradebook. To learn more about Grading Types, click here.
First, let's navigate to the Assignments page.
If your organization is deep-linked with Bongo (formerly YouSeeU), you may have the option to navigate directly to the Assignment Gradebook by clicking the assignment in your LMS.
|Click the menu icon in the top left corner of any Bongo page.|
On the Assignments page, click the vertical ellipsis to the right of the assignment you want to grade.
Within the Gradebook, you can search for specific learners or sort them by name, peer reviews, grade, or available actions. To grade a specific learner, click Grade student submission to the right of their name.
If a learner has yet to submit their assignment, you'll see a View Progress link under the Actions column. You can review their assignment work before submission.
You are now on the Grading page.
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|To navigate between submissions, use the arrows in the top right corner of the Grading page.|
If needed, you can reset a learner submission.
Learners can reset their own individual or group project assignments if they have not received grades or peer review yet. Learners cannot reset their own submission for Q&A and Interactive Video assignments. View instructions for learners to reset their own submission here.
Before assigning a grade, you can give the learner feedback on their submission with time-stamped text and video comments*. In the Submission box, you can also see the scores (if enabled) and comments from their peers.
*Please note, only this learner will be able to see your comments.
|To leave a text comment, type your feedback and click the Send icon.|
To add a video comment (recommended), click the video icon and record your feedback.
The time limit for video comments is 15 minutes.
When the learner plays their graded submission back, they will see your text and video comments at the time you left them.
When Individual Project and Group Project assignments are submitted, you will see a summary of all items added by the learner during the assignment. This can give great insight into how much the learner practiced their recording and engaged in the assignment before submitting.
You will see a count of how many items were Submitted, how many were left in Work in Progress (Not Submitted), and how many were deleted from Work in Progress. Submitted items and items left in Work in Progress are split by type: Video, document, link, or meeting recording.
The Grade box is in the top left corner of the Grading page. Learn more about Grading Types.
Once you've entered a grade, you can either click Save As Draft (learner can't see their grade in draft mode) or Save (learner can see their grade). If you have enabled Grade Sync, the scores in the platform will be transferred to your LMS as a percent and will be used to calculate a final score based on the maximum points entered in your LMS.
If you have entered grades as drafts, you will be able to Finalize all drafts within the gradebook.
To do this, start by clicking on the vertical ellipses located on the top-right hand corner of the page.
Select Finalize all drafts.
Please note, once you have saved a grade to a learner's assignment, you can no longer change the assignment grade settings.
At the bottom of the Grading page, you can see a summary of the peer review the learner has completed so far.
To start, click on the vertical ellipses on the top-right hand corner of the page.
Select Edit comment presets.
Here, you will be able to add multiple presets to be saved for future use.
After saving the presets, you will be able to view and select a preset after clicking on the Comment box. When you click on the selected preset, it will automatically publish to the learner.
Download Video Submissions
To download a video submission, click the vertical ellipsis in the top right corner of the video. Select Download.
To edit the assignment settings, click the drop-down arrow at the top of the screen.
Some of the settings may be locked if learners have submitted assignments or if you have saved grades to a submission.