- Term Grade Calculators that are not to be used will not have a term number; however, it is optional to use term grade calculators that have term numbers
- Divided S-Sheets will have a maximum of 3 grading terms per semester
In the V4 Planners I added a New Error System
The new error system is more informative; it attempts to tell you what needs to be done. For instance, you will clearly know which calculators to set-up.
The new guiding error messages are in the row under each calculator.
A Term Grade Calculator that has been Setup
Pictured above is a term grade calculator that has been set up. Three of the four grade calculation columns are put into use.
- The required part of setting up a term grade calculator is entering percentages in any or all of the four columns. The percentages must total 100%.
- The useful, yet optional, part of setting up a term grade calculator is entering a title for each of the columns that have a percentage.
- Each term for which grades will need to be calculated should be setup. If a term will have no grades, then the calculator for that term may be ignored. The Report, RC1, will simply display an empty area where those grades would have been had there been grades to display.
- Each term can be set up differently. The calculator should be set up to meet the needs of expected incoming grade types.
Setup involves decisions
- The number of weighted parts each term will have – it can have up to four. The fours parts can represent parts of the class -examples: daily work, quizzes, tests, projects. Or the parts can represent real differences in a class -examples: grammar, composition.
- The value of each part. Values are percentages; type in the number, 20 for instance, and it will convert to a percentage (20%).
Because setup for the term grade calculators has not changed, please also view the Term Grade Calculators help page because it has more details. There is at least one video online that shows the setup.