I asked a few teachers what they need to help them through this challenging time. Last week, I posted links to training videos and webinars, but there’s a lot to get through there and if you are looking for something specific, it just takes too much time. Instead, they said they just want answers to questions about how to use certain tools they have never used before. So, decided to start a Q&A to help teachers get answers.
Scroll through the questions below before posing a new question. Your answer might already be there.Because of Covid 19, we are giving our students the same exact grades (or better) for Trimester 3. Is there a way to auto-populate the Trimester 2 grades into Trimester 3 grades? All of my students will have pretty much the same grades so this would be incredibly helpful.
You should be able to accomplish what you are asking by using the Multi-Post Grades tool. Using the Multi-Post Grades allows you to post from a previous term and previous Grading Task/Standard to a current term and Grading Task/Standard.
Your district’s Campus administrator will need to give you tool rights to this tool and open the grading window before you can use Multi-Post Grades this way.
To learn more about this tool see:
How do I add an assignment in the Grade Book but not have it count toward the overall grade?
If you want to track formative assessments or want to provide feedback with a score without having that score count toward the overall grade, all you need to do is uncheck the box next to “include in grade calculation” in the assignment editor.
I want to send a message to a group of students about an online group, using Zoom or Google Meet, but I want to wait to send the information about joining until about 15 minutes before the start. Can I schedule messages?
Yes, when you send messages to student using Messenger, you can set the time it is sent. You can set it up as hours, days, or weeks ahead of time.
How do I set it up so students can turn work in through Infinite Campus?
When you create an assignment, open the For Students tab.
From there, click on the Student Submission button.
Depending on what your district has set up, you could have the options of having students submit work using a text editor, attaching files, and/or using Google Drive.
After you choose how students will be able to submit work, they will be able to submit work through Campus Student.