Online Grade Calculator
GradeBook has flexible and multiple grade calculation methods for classes and for regular and state standards-based report cards. Set-up is step-by-step for both complex calculations and simple averages. Grades can appear as points, letter grades, percentage, pluses and minuses or can be user-definable.
Classroom grade calculation methods:
- Straight averages
- Straight averages, points as the mark type for all assignment types, and assign different values to individual assignments.
- Straight averages and weight individual assignments as desired
- Weighted averages
- Assign different weight values to each assignment type
- Weighted averages assign different weight values to each assignment type and assign different values to individual assignments
- Weighted averages and straight averages in different grading periods in the same school year.
Standards-based report cards calculation methods:
- None: grades or marks are not calculated by the online grade book . Teachers enter report card marks manually. (great for kindergarten classrooms)
- Average: Calculates averages using points or percentages, for the current grading period or year-to-date
- Highest achieving: the highest mark achieved on an assignment, for the current grading period or year-to-date
- Last achieved: The last mark achieved on an assignment based on the assignment due date, not including missing assignments, for the current grading period or year-to-date
- Power Law: Less weight for earlier assignments than for later assignments, for the current grading period or year-to-date
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