Hi Joanna Lau - Well, this is strange. I noticed that you're using the New Gradebook. According to the documentation on this page, that symbol will occur in the following circumstances:
The Gradebook displays one Assignment Icon , regardless of assignment type, to note a submission that needs to be graded. A submission is noted as needing to be graded in the following conditions:A submission has been received but has not been gradedA submission was graded but the grade was removed by the instructorA submission was resubmittedA quiz was submitted, but is not fully graded (contains questions that must be manually graded, or an auto-submitted quiz score has been deleted and needs to be reassigned); can also display if a quiz has been edited and includes major changes that affect the quiz score, such as deleting questions or deleting quiz answers, and requires a grader to manually resolve
The Gradebook displays one Assignment Icon , regardless of assignment type, to note a submission that needs to be graded. A submission is noted as needing to be graded in the following conditions:
The first bullet doesn't apply, since if it's a graded survey there is nothing to grade. The third bullet (re-submission) I'm assuming does not apply, since you likely only allowed one submission. And even if you allowed multiple submissions, the score would have been 1 on each submission so one score should not have overridden the other, but still it may be something to check into to see if the student had an earlier submission. (Drop-down menu in upper-right corner of Speedgrader.) Finally, the fourth bullet won't apply either, since no manual grading was required.
That leaves us with the second bullet: a submission was graded but the grade was removed by the instructor. I am guessing that's what happened, because that is exactly what I did to trigger the same icon in a sample course with the new gradebook. It's possible you may have accidentally backspaced over the existing score--which is very easy to do in the new gradebook when trying to access that arrow menu to bring up the Grade Detail Tray on the right side for a student--which would be enough to generate that icon.
In fact, head to the Gradebook History. If that student has a "Before" score of 1/1 and an "After" or "Current" score of a dash (meaning, nothing), then that is exactly what happened, as my own testing has shown.
Otherwise, the only odd thing that your screen capture shows is a rather unusually long time to take that survey(??) Am I seeing 141 minutes? For a 3-question survey? But even just closing the browser without submitting it (I tested that, too), would not have generated the score that you show of 1/1.
Not sure I solved the mystery, but perhaps there's enough clues!
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