Class Action Gradebook
Take the Work Out of Grading!

Weight an Individual Assignment

You can use the Assignment Information Area to weight individual assignments. For example, assigning a factor of "2" to a
100 point assignment will cause it to be given a value of 200
when grades are calculated.

To weight an assignment, select it with a mouse click and click
the "Assignment Info" button on the Control Panel. Enter the
weight factor in the Weight box. A weight of "1.0" means the
assignment receives its normal point score.

Curve an Assignment

You can scale or "curve" scores on an assignment. by choosing
"Curve Assignment…" from the Grades Menu. The following
window will open:

Scores have been sorted from highest to lowest. The three
columns on the right are examples to give you an idea of what
curve factor you might want to use. Curve factors from .01
to .99 raise scores. The lowest scores are raised the most,
and no score will go above the maximum points available
for the assignment. Curve factors above 1.00 lower scores.

You can test different factors by typing them into the "Enter
Factor" box and clicking the "Display Curve" button. When
you find the curve you want, click the "Curve Assignment"
button, and new scores will appear in your gradebook.

You may restore the original scores at any time by clicking the
"Restore Scores" button.

The "Rounding" button allows you to choose to display scores
to tenths (93.6) or rounded to integers (94).

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