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  1. Contrib: Gradebook2
  2. GRBK-761

Display average student scores for a category

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    • Type: Feature Request
    • Status: OPEN
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: GWT Client
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      Description

      This from Remedy HD0000000169582 at UCDavis

      He basically wants gradebook2 to be able to list category averages.

      Updated by Theodore Suryapurnama

      Hello,

      I've checked on your site and I understand what you're looking for. I've passed on your feature request to our programmers and hopefully they may be able to implement it in a future release.

      Sincerely,
      -Theo
      IET Staff

      Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2010 19:21:29 -0700

      Dear SmartSite staff:

      I know you are listening and I appreciate it as I just entered a slew of
      grades and realized that I could do it without every other stroke being
      an extra carriage return.

      Now I just tried to display grades in a way that would be meaningful to
      me at a macro level. In SPA 171, I tried to set it up to view the
      course grade along with category grades for the two categories that have
      grades entered so far (participaci?n, pruebitas). It turns out that not
      only do I not get the aggregate subtotal for each category as I had
      hoped, but in its place I get a column for every item in the category,
      even though the majority have no grades entered yet. It is useful for
      professors and students to have an idea of what their average in a given
      category is (this is especially helpful, for example, when I am
      preparing letters of recommendation - I can glance at a gradebook and
      determine that Student X had the highest participation average in the
      class, for example - but not with this gradebook). I'm imagining that
      this could be fixed easily: when you check a category, show the category
      average - only show the details for each item if those items are checked.

      Thanks and regards,

      Robert Irwin

      Updated by Theodore Suryapurnama

      4/21/2010 3:33:19 PM AR_ESCALATOR
      Updated by

      Dear SmartSite staff:

      I know you are listening and I appreciate it as I just entered a slew of
      grades and realized that I could do it without every other stroke being
      an extra carriage return.

      Now I just tried to display grades in a way that would be meaningful to
      me at a macro level. In SPA 171, I tried to set it up to view the
      course grade along with category grades for the two categories that have
      grades entered so far (participaci?n, pruebitas). It turns out that not
      only do I not get the aggregate subtotal for each category as I had
      hoped, but in its place I get a column for every item in the category,
      even though the majority have no grades entered yet. It is useful for
      professors and students to have an idea of what their average in a given
      category is (this is especially helpful, for example, when I am
      preparing letters of recommendation - I can glance at a gradebook and
      determine that Student X had the highest participation average in the
      class, for example - but not with this gradebook). I'm imagining that
      this could be fixed easily: when you check a category, show the category
      average - only show the details for each item if those items are checked.

      Thanks and regards,

      Robert Irwin

      Updated by Email Submission

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                  kdalex Kirk Alexander (Inactive)
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