Some of my students don't have internet access at home or I want to make sure their parents are seeing their grades. How can I print their graded assignments to send home?
Haley, do you want to print off a student grade report - list of all the student's grades and course grade - or individual student assignments with a grade? If it's a student's grade report, then go to your gradebook, click on a student's name and there will be a "Print Grades" button at the top right of the page. If it's individual student assignments with a grade, that's a lot harder. There really isn't a good way to print assignments with grades on them. Depending on the type you'd probably have to print off the assignment and then manually add the grade to it (unless you used crocodoc, then you can print it off with your comments, but you'd still have to add the grade manually).
Does this help? If not, then please let me know more specifically what you're trying to do and I'll try to help!
Haley, do you still need help on this, and if so, can you provide the specifics Kona Jones requested?
I would like to print individual student assignments with the grade on it or even just the assignment with their answers on it (I'll write the grade on it).
Haley, in that case, it looks like Kona Jones has described the best way to accomplish that at the moment. I searched the Ideas space to see if I could find an existing feature idea for the ability to print a student's assignment with grade displayed, but couldn't find one, so you might want to write up your use case and submit it for community consideration after reading the How do I create a new feature idea? and How to write a good feature idea submission resources. And if you do, please circle back to this discussion and post the link to your new feature idea.
Really I would like to print off quizzes. The questions, the answers, and their grade.
Haley, there isn't a good way to do this, but one way I've figured out is to go to the quiz submission in speedgrader, right click on the quiz area of the screen, click on "This frame," and then print frame. At least for my quizzes they seemed to print better in landscape mode (vs. portrait).
Hope this helps.
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