The Gradebook collects assessment items that have been graded from the various parts of FLO and allows you to view them, sort them into categories and calculate a final grade (topic total). When you add a graded activity to a topic, the Gradebook
automatically creates space for the grades it will produce and automatically adds the grades when they are generated.
Each topic requires someone to calculate the final grade, which for many topics will be a simple process.
The Gradebook has several options to control what students can and can't see in the gradebook. Teaching staff have access to various gradebook reports.
Good practice guides and tip sheets
Good practice guides and tip sheets have been developed to support quality in both curriculum design and teaching practice. Good practice guides provide a pedagogical overview and tip sheets provide you with practical strategies and ideas for implementation.
Links to gradebook-related resources are provided below.
Warning: Wherever possible it is better to enter grades through the activity instead of in the gradebook. Any grade entered in the Gradebook will always override a grade entered through the activity – regardless if you meant it to or not. Find out how to remove grade overrides.