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If teachers mark assignments Missing in their gradebook, students can create a list of missing assignments. Here’s how, including a video below: Login to MyGPS and click on the Assignment Center tab. If you have any missing assignments, you will see a Missing Assignments button. You will not see the button if there are no missing […]
Grades are entered in the gradebook by clicking on the cell for the assignment and student. This information will be visible to the students or parents if they have access to gradebook grades. Double clicking on the cell or pressing the spacebar will open the additional information window. Additional information can also be accessed […]
Grades are not visible to students, and therefore they will not be able to see assignment notes from the teacher such as missing, late, exempt, or incomplete (click here for instructions to add these notes. Reports are available in the drop-down reports tab on the gradebook; however, they do not show the full name of […]
Time to read: 2 minutes. Article by Trish King and Elizabeth Resnick What does the student see when teachers post assignments in MyGPS? How is the assignment center helpful to students (and parents) when planning their week? Sorting assignments using different views can help students find out when something was assigned, how long they have to work on it, […]
The Missing Assignments advisory report is a great way for advisors to know which of their advisees might require assistance. How to create the advisor’s Missing Assignments report Login to MyGPS and open your Advisory Group. Click the Advisees tab and click the Missing Assignments button . The report will look similar to Figure 4.
onCampus Getting Started: Assignment Annotation provides step-by-step instructions for viewing assignment details and opening assignments for annotation without downloading in MyGPS portal. To use assignment annotation, students need to submit their assignments online. When creating the assignment, teachers must enable Drop Box and specify how many files students can upload. Click the link below to view or download the […]
MyGPS Getting Started: Assignments provides step-by-step instructions for posting both graded and non-graded assignments for students and their families to see online. Click the link below to view or download the PDF: MyGPS Getting Started – Assignments
To reuse some or all class materials from a previous semester or year, open the current class in MyGPS portal and import the following materials from the previous class: Gradebook Click the Gradebook Tab and click Edit Setup. Set by: Choose Marking period Next to the words “School Year” click Edit and select your assignment types. […]
Login to the Parent Portal by following these directions. Look on the left to find your child’s name. There will be a drop-down arrow if you have more than one daughter at GPS. There are several ways to access your daughter’s assignments: Assignments Tab Click on your daughter’s name, then on the Assignments Tab (assignments for all […]