About Grading eAssessments
eAssessments are digital tests that ease students away from traditional, paper-based testing to online assessment. Teachers assign eAssessments to students to check in-class progress and provide an experience that resembles the environment of many state-wide mandated online tests, therefore preparing students.
Grade View is used by teachers to review students’ completed test questions and to grade constructed responses. Teachers with a proper subscription can also use Grade View to conduct a one-to-one assessment with a student or regrade a student's test.
Grade View allows teachers to:
- Access other eAssessments related resources or views like Assignments, Share with Students, and Reports.
- Filter by student test status and/or question status.
- Access versions of a student’s open responses saved over time to analyze the response development.
- Work with a student one-on-one on an assessment.
- Manage scores and comments sent to students.
Grading at a Glance
|1. Auto-grading banner and Navigation banner||
Use the Auto-grading banner to understand how recently auto-grading for the assessment has been processed. Select the Refresh button in order to receive the most up-to-date results.
Use the icons to switch to the following eAssessment resources or views.
|2. Test Status and Questions filters||
Test Status filter
Filter by the following question statuses in Grade View.
Filter by the following student test statuses in Grade View.
Note: The default filter status is set to All for both Test Status and Questions filters.
|3. Question Navigation bar||
Use the Question Navigation bar to:
Questions (Total #)
Question numbers with color-coded status
Previous or Next Arrows
Note: The navigation arrows only appear when a test has more than 10 questions.
|4. Students List||
Use the Students list to:
See the Key for more information about assignment status, achievement level, and question status colors.
|5. Question Display area||
Use the Question Display area to:
|6. Key (Legend) tab||Click to open, view, and close a legend explaining the meaning behind the colors and symbols used in Grade View.|
Learn more about Grading by exploring these Help topics:
- Access Grade View
- Use the Grading Navigation area
- View student assessment details
- Reference the rubric, passage, and standards
- Grade open-response questions
- Share comments with students
- Review a student’s assessment
- Share graded tests with students