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1 A Step by Step Guide to Accessing the ISIS Student Gradebook

2 IMPORTANT NOTE: REPORT CARD GRADES ARE VISIBLE FOR ALL CLASSES. ONLY SELECT MATH, ART, & MUSIC CLASSES CAN SHOW TEST AND ASSIGNMENT GRADES AT THIS TIME

3 Visit

4 Log in to the Students Account Log in using students firstname.lastname as the username. Example: Jane.Doe Use Student ID # (Also know as the OSIS #) as the password. Note: Student ID # appears on both his/her ID card and program card.

5 Access ISIS (Integrated Student Information System) On the left-hand side of screen : 1. Select Account 2. Select Applications On the right hand side of the screen Click the Login button On the left-hand side of screen : 1. Select Account 2. Select Applications On the right hand side of the screen Click the Login button

6 Enter Report Card View A screen containing the students picture will appear. On this screen: 1. Click on the Grades menu 2. Select Report Card. A screen containing the students picture will appear. On this screen: 1. Click on the Grades menu 2. Select Report Card. Jane Doe

7 In Report Card view, click on the blue course code for Math, Art or Music on the left side of the screen, e.g., AUA2, MG22. View Gradebook

8 It is Bayside High School Policy that student grades should be derived as follows in all subject areas: General Education 80%CONTENT 20%EFFORT Instructional Support Services (ISS) and/or English Language Learner (ELL) Considerations 70%CONTENT 30%EFFORT It is Bayside High School Policy that student grades should be derived as follows in all subject areas: General Education 80%CONTENT 20%EFFORT Instructional Support Services (ISS) and/or English Language Learner (ELL) Considerations 70%CONTENT 30%EFFORT Uniform Grading Policy

9 The INSTANT a teacher updates his/her gradebook, the new grades will be IMMEDIATELY VISIBLE. Test and assignment scores averaged toward the overall grade appear out of 100. The INSTANT a teacher updates his/her gradebook, the new grades will be IMMEDIATELY VISIBLE. Test and assignment scores averaged toward the overall grade appear out of 100. Real-Time, Easy to Understand

10 The students Overall course grade is CUMULATIVE; this means that it does not start over every marking period. Cumulative Grading

11 CONTENT = a students demonstration of knowledge and skills. How well has the student mastered the information and skills the course requires? Derived from grades on tests, quizzes, projects, essays, labs, performances, and homework/classwork. CONTENT = a students demonstration of knowledge and skills. How well has the student mastered the information and skills the course requires? Derived from grades on tests, quizzes, projects, essays, labs, performances, and homework/classwork. How is CONTENT graded?

12 EFFORT is the average of: EVIDENCE OF EFFORT = % of assignments submitted, regardless of the grade received on those tasks. e.g., 7 out of 10 assignments = 70% PARTICIPATION = level of interest, attention, and engagement in class. 45 is the lowest possible Participation grade. EFFORT is the average of: EVIDENCE OF EFFORT = % of assignments submitted, regardless of the grade received on those tasks. e.g., 7 out of 10 assignments = 70% PARTICIPATION = level of interest, attention, and engagement in class. 45 is the lowest possible Participation grade. How is EFFORT graded?

13 Here, 80% of the course grade comes from CONTENT, i.e., the students demonstration of knowledge and skill mastery. 20% of the course grade comes from EFFORT. Here, 80% of the course grade comes from CONTENT, i.e., the students demonstration of knowledge and skill mastery. 20% of the course grade comes from EFFORT. View Overall Progress in a Class

14 Here, the teacher has determined that 32 of the 80 CONTENT points will come from Quizzes and 48 will come from Tests. (86 for CONTENT *.80) + (82.59 for EFFORT *.20) = OVERALL Here, the teacher has determined that 32 of the 80 CONTENT points will come from Quizzes and 48 will come from Tests. (86 for CONTENT *.80) + (82.59 for EFFORT *.20) = OVERALL Weights

15 This student was awarded an 80 for participation during the first marking period, per the uniform participation rubric. Participation Tab

16 This student submitted 10 out of 10 quizzes, 3 out of 3 tests, and 10 out of 14 homework assignments. He completed 85.2% (23 out of 27) of the tasks he was expected to complete. This student submitted 10 out of 10 quizzes, 3 out of 3 tests, and 10 out of 14 homework assignments. He completed 85.2% (23 out of 27) of the tasks he was expected to complete. Evidence Tab

17 This student scored 97, 85, and 70 on her tests. Her test average is an This student scored 97, 85, and 70 on her tests. Her test average is an Tests Tab

18 Score Comparison Graph BY CLICKING ON SCORE #5 (75) in this category, a graph appears so the student can see the class average for Test #5, as well as how his score compared to rest of the class scores on Test #5.

19 Numerical HW grades count towards both CONTENT and EFFORT. Yes/no grades count towards EFFORT only. * indicates that the grade will not be averaged. - indicates that the student has been excused from the assignment without penalty. Numerical HW grades count towards both CONTENT and EFFORT. Yes/no grades count towards EFFORT only. * indicates that the grade will not be averaged. - indicates that the student has been excused from the assignment without penalty. Homeworks Tab

20 We hope that you will take full advantage of this new opportunity to monitor course progress in Math, Art, and Music! If you have any further questions, please or call: Madeline Belfi, Assistant Principal, Mathematics x2041 OR Elizabeth Guglielmo, Assistant Principal, Music & Art x2282 We hope that you will take full advantage of this new opportunity to monitor course progress in Math, Art, and Music! If you have any further questions, please or call: Madeline Belfi, Assistant Principal, Mathematics x2041 OR Elizabeth Guglielmo, Assistant Principal, Music & Art x2282


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