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

Grading Legend Description
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.

2. Test Status and Questions filters

Test Status filter

Filter by the following question statuses in Grade View.

  • All
  • Needs to be Graded
  • Completed
  • In Progress
  • Not Started

Questions filter

Filter by the following student test statuses in Grade View.

  • All
  • Needs to be Graded
  • Correct
  • Incorrect
  • Partial Credit
  • Not Answered

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 #)

  • View the total number of questions in the test.

Question numbers with color-coded status

  • Click to access specific questions.
  • View question status.

    • Green with check icon — Correct

    • Red with X icon— Incorrect

    • Yellow with half-moon icon — Partial Credit

    • Red Circle with X icon — Not Answered

    • Orange Exclamation Point (!) — Needs to Be Graded

    • Grey Circle – Not Started

    • Grey Sphere – Question Deleted

Previous or Next Arrows

  • Use to navigate backward or forward to see a series of 10 questions.

Note: The navigation arrows only appear when a test has more than 10 questions.

4. Students List

Use the Students list to:

  • See the number of students assigned the assessment
  • Sort your students in ascending or descending alphabetical order
  • Review a student’s answers and assign grades.
  • Add or revise comments on a student’s overall test or revise specific question comments.
  • See if an open response needs grading, if students have begun their questions, understand how well they’re doing on their tests, etc.

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:

  • View points earned.
  • Add comments to specific questions.
  • View a revision history of the changes made to open responses by students.
  • View the selected question and answer choices.
  • View the correct answer for auto-graded questions.
  • Use the arrows to navigate the questions.
  • Use the tabs at the right to access the Rubric, Passage, or Standards reference panels (depending on question type).
  • See students’ open response answers.
  • Select a rubric score to grade the student’s open response.
  • Enter a student's answers in Work with Student One-on-One Mode.
  • Re-grade an assessment.
  • View the student’s name.
  • Click the clipboard icon to access the student’s test-taking environment for reference.

6. Key (Legend) tab Click to open, view, and close a legend explaining the meaning behind the colors and symbols used in Grade View.

 

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