How do I enter and edit grades in SpeedGrader?

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In SpeedGrader, you can enter grades for student submissions. Grades are automatically displayed in the Gradebook.

Note: When using differentiated assignments, the assignment only displays students in the student list who are part of the assignment or section.

Open SpeedGrader

Open SpeedGrader

Open SpeedGrader from any assignment, graded discussion, or quiz.

Open Student Submission

Open Student Submission

Use the student list to locate a student submission.

Grade Submission

Grade Submission

Scores are entered according to the assignment's Display Grade setting [1]. Scores can be entered as one of five options: points, complete/incomplete, letter grade, percentage, and GPA.

If a rubric is attached to the assignment, you can view the rubric by clicking the View Rubric button [2]. If your rubric is set up for grading, the Grade field will automatically populate with the rubric grade results.

Enter Points Grade

Enter Points Grade

To enter a points grade, enter the number of points in the grade field.

Enter Complete or Incomplete Grade

Enter Complete or Incomplete Grade

To enter a complete or incomplete grade, click the Grade drop-down menu [1] and select the desired option [2].

Enter Letter Grade

Enter Letter Grade

To enter a letter grade, enter the letter in the grade field.

Enter Percentage Grade

Enter Percentage Grade

To enter a percentage grade, enter the percent in the grade field.

Enter GPA Grade

Enter GPA Grade

To enter a GPA grade, enter the number which corresponds to the GPA scale defined by the grading scheme in the grade field.

View Excessive Points Alert

  View Excessive Points Alert 

If an excessive amount of points is added to a student's grade, Canvas will generate an alert notifying that the student was awarded an unusually high grade. You can either keep or correct the point value.

Excessive points can occur in the following situations:

  • The amount entered is 50% above the total points possible
  • An extra digit is entered (e.g. 500 instead of 50)
  • Negative points are entered

Edit Grade

Edit Grade

To edit an existing score, click the grade field and enter the new grade.

Delete Grade

Delete Grade

To manually delete a grade, click the grade field and click the delete key.

View Deleted Grade

View Deleted Grade

View the deleted grade and the ungraded submission.

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