Student assessments are linked to the outcomes in your Canvas course. Each outcome is tied to a mastery threshold, and student percentage scores are matched against that threshold. Scores are also updated in the Learning Mastery Gradebook.
If you have enabled the Student Learning Mastery Gradebook as a Feature Option in your course, your students can see MagicMarker assessments as part of an outcome alignment. The date of the assessment appears next to the assessment.
Note: An outcome may already have existing scores in the Learning Mastery Gradebook because of aligned assignments and outcome artifacts.
View Outcome in Canvas
Each outcome in Canvas is associated with a total point value  and a mastery threshold .
Assess Student in MagicMarker
When you assess students in MagicMarker using the outcome, MagicMarker takes the total number of outcome successes compared to the total number of items recorded in the app to create a percentage.
You can view the current percentage (and student progress) by tapping the student's profile picture.
Open Learning Mastery Gradebook
In a browser window, open your course in Canvas and click the Grades link.
Click the Learning Mastery tab.
Note: The Learning Mastery Gradebook is a course feature option. To enable this feature, view the Feature Options tab in Course Settings.
View Outcome Scores
Once MagicMarker has created the percentage for the outcome, Canvas applies that percentage to the outcome's total points to create a score in the Learning Mastery Gradebook.
In this example, the student earned 100% in MagicMarker (5 successes for all 5 recorded items). Canvas converted the percentage to the full 5 point value for the outcome. Because the mastery threshold for this outcome is 3 points, the student is awarded mastery for the outcome.
Reminder: Canvas calculates one total assessment percentage per day. So if you assess a student multiple times with an outcome in a single day, Canvas will take the total number of assessments and create one mastery score.
Assess Outcome Over Time
When you assess a student over time, each day's worth of data factors into the student's overall percentage.