Presentation on theme: "Hastings Public Schools Fall 2013. District website: www.hastings.k12.mn.uswww.hastings.k12.mn.us Go to your building’s webpage. Select Staff Login."— Presentation transcript:
District website: www.hastings.k12.mn.uswww.hastings.k12.mn.us Go to your building’s webpage. Select Staff Login Links in Staff Corner Click on the TIES (iCue/iPlan) link Select iCue under Teacher Access Log in to the iCue system District #= 200 User ID = Your employee id
On the top blue tab select Gradebook Go to Set-Up and Select Preferences Enter your phone number Enter your email address Decide how you want your numbers rounded Check if you want adjusted points Adjust font SV icon indicates that the preference setting impacts SchoolView (what parents & students see) Click on the ? icon to see a detailed description of how that setting works.
Setup - Edit Publishing Status Select Do Not Publish for all of your classes
We can use up to 99 grading scales per class We have a default grading scale and a pass fail grading scale set up. Default Grading Scale Letter GradeLower Limit 490 380 270 160 0 59
If you have a student that would benefit from a Pass/Fail Grading Scale you will need to add it. To use the pass/fail select add a new grading scale and select it in the drop down menu Pass/Fail Grading Scale: Letter GradeLower Limit P60 F---
Now that you have defined your grading scale you will need to assign it to that class or an individual within the class. In set-up select Assign Grading Scale. Assign the grading scale to the entire class or individual students
Default categories are: Homework, Quizzes and Tests Select Set-up --- Category Editor if you want to change these or add new categories. Set up weighted categories if you want. Category weights must add up to 100. Example: Tests = 50% of grade, Quizzes 20% and homework 30%.
Example Categories: Vocabulary Comprehension Constructed-Response Grammar Spelling Each of the categories can be weighted or you can choose to not use weighting of categories.
Another option is to use more generic categories (Homework, quizzes and tests).
Daily work (0%) Tests (0%) Facts (0%) Here you will be using total points (although you can still tie a definition to a category)
Daily work (50%) Tests (25%) Facts (25%) Here each of your categories has a given weight.
Nothing is set in stone. Nothing is being seen by the public (via SchoolView) Everything can be modified later
Go to Scores on the top menu Select Reading In the Action Menu select New Definition Enter a Title (Week 1) Enter a Category (Vocabulary) Enter a Start Date/Stop Date Click Save and Enter
If the majority of students have the same grade, simply enter it in the top box, select apply to all and modify the students that didn’t earn that grade. You may use the different status keys to signify why a student may not have points (absent). This is a great area for you to leave comments to remember later (s/he did not study the correct vocabulary etc.)