View my past grades

You can view your grade results for past lessons and assignments for a specific class in the Gradebook.

The Gradebook can only be accessed from within a specific class.

Access all past grades

To access and view your past grades in the Gradebook:

  1. Click Gradebook on the Class Homepage.

The Gradebook menu is the first menu on Student Class Homepage.

  1. Click View Past Results.

"View Past Results" is the first menu option in the student Gradebook menu.

  1. By default, any attempted activity will appear in the View Panel upon entering the Gradebook.

All attempted activities are displayed in table form in the View Panel of the Student Gradebook showing the activity name, status, details link, score, total, start date, end date, and duration.

TIP: Another way to access the Gradebook is:

  1. Click your grade that's displayed in an Activity pane on the Class Homepage.

Grade displayed in Activity pane is clickable.

  1. Accessing the Gradebook from an Activity pane will only display the grade results in the View Panel for that specific activity.

Selected activity is displayed in table form in the View Panel of the Student Gradebook showing the activity name, status, details link, score, total, start date, end date, and duration.

NOTE: Your instructor can control the visibility of activities on the Class Homepage. If you've completed an activity but it's no longer visible on the Class Homepage, you'll still be able to view your grade in the Gradebook.

Access specific past grades

To access and view specific past grades in the Gradebook:

  1. Select the unit that contains the activity that you want to view from the Units list.

Available units are listed in the "Units" list in the "Select Lessons & Assignments" pane.

TIP: You can select more than one unit by pressing Ctrl (oron Mac) and clicking on multiple units.

  1. Select the specific activity from the Select Lessons & Assignments pane that you want to view.

Available activities are the second list in the "Select Lessons & Assignments" pane.

TIP: You can select more than one activity by pressing Ctrl (orCommand icon for Mac keyboard.on Mac) and clicking on multiple activities.

  1. You can use the Filter Results pane to refine the parameters of your grade search:

The Filter Results pane contains the "Results" drop-down list, "Progress" drop-down list, "Date from" field, and "Date to" field.

  • Choose the result type from the Results list:

The "Results" drop-down list provides the options of: Best, Average, Most Recent, Earliest, All (Best), All (Most Recent), and All (Earliest).

  • Best — Displays only your highest grades from each activity.
  • Average — Displays only the average attempt of all your attempts at each activity.
  • Most Recent — Displays only the most recent attempt of each activity.
  • Earliest — Displays only the first attempt of each activity.
  • All (Best) — Displays all of your attempts at all activities in descending order starting with your best attempt (selected by default).
  • All (Most Recent) — Displays all of your attempts at all activities in descending order starting with your most recent attempt.
  • All (Earliest) — Displays all of your attempts at all activities in ascending order starting with your earliest attempt.

NOTE: By default, all of your active attempts are listed first, followed by the rest of your available activity results. These are listed sequentially from earliest to most recent.

  • Choose the progress status from the Progress list:

The "Progress" drop-down list provides the options of: All, Completed, In Progress, and To Be Reviewed.

  • All — Displays activities in all possible states (selected by default).
  • Completed — Only displays activities that are completed.
  • In Progress — Only displays active attempts.
  • To Be Reviewed — Only displays activities that require manual grading.
  • Click in the Date from field to choose the start date from the drop-down calendar for the activity.

An interactive calendar appears when the "Date from" field is clicked.

NOTE: No date range is selected by default.

  • Click in the Date to field to choose the end date from the drop-down calendar for the activity.

An interactive calendar appears when the "Date to" field is clicked.

NOTE: No date range is selected by default.

  1. Click Search.

The "Search" button is the first button after the View Panel results table.

  1. Your past grade results based on your search parameters will be displayed in the View Panel table.

The search results of your Gradebook query are displayed in table form in the View Panel showing the activity name, status, details link, score, total, start date, end date, and duration.

Interpret the View Panel table

The overview of your past grade results will be displayed in table form in the View Panel.

Previous activity attempts are displayed in table form in the View Panel of the Student Gradebook showing the activity name, status, details link, score, total, start date, end date, and duration.

Use the Style drop-down list to select what type of grade display you would like:

The three options of the grade presentation style drop-down list are shown as numeric, percentage, and letter.

  • Numeric (Example7.6/9.0)
  • Percentage (Example84%)
  • Letter (ExampleB+)

NOTE: The conversion of percentage to letter grades is as follows:

Conversion between letter grades and percentages are as follows: A+= greater than 93%, A= greater than 90%, A-= greater than 87%, B+= greater than 83%, B= greater than 80%, B-= greater than 77%, C+= greater than 73%, C= greater than 70%, C-= greater than 67%, D+= greater than 63%, D= greater than 60%, D-= greater than 57%, f= less than or equal to 57%.

 

Percentage grades that are exactly at a breakpoint might receive either the higher or lower letter grade due to Möbius rounding.

The View Panel table displays your results:

The table within the View Panel disaplys the activity name, status, details link, score, total, start date and time, end date and time, and attempt duration.

A. Lesson/Assignment Name — Title of the activity.

B. Status — The current status of the activity represented by a status icon.

C. Details — Clickable link to view the specific details about that activity.

D. Score — Your grade on the activity (this display style is defined by the Style drop-down list).

E. Total — Total available points for the activity.

F. Start — Time stamp of when the attempt was started.

G. End — Time stamp of when the attempt was submitted for grading.

H. Duration — Calculation of the total time between the start time and end time of your attempt that is rounded down to the closest minute.

NOTE: Depending on activity properties defined by your instructor, some fields may be locked and will display the locked iconThe "Locked" icon is a padlock.. These results will become available if your instructor provides them to you directly or if they've defined a Restrict Feedback Until date. Example — If your instructor has disabled the View Final Grade property, the Details link won't be accessible and no grade will be displayed in the Score column.

The "locked" icon appears in the Details and Score columns of the View Panel table when results viewing is resricted.

NOTE: Attempts that are in progress will also display the locked iconThe "Locked" icon is a padlock..

The "locked" icon appears in the Details and Score columns of the View Panel table for attempts that are in progress.

NOTE: Duration time is continuous even if the activity was exited and resumed at a later time. Example — If you begin your attempt, the duration timer begins. If you exit the activity and return to it later to submit it for grading, the duration of your attempt includes the time that you weren't actively logged in to work on your activity.

TIP: Click Export to CSV to export your grade results as a CSV file for your personal records.

The "Export to CSV" button is the last button on the page after the "Search" button.

TIP: The default number of rows to display in the Gradebook is 20. If you have multiple attempts or many activities to be viewed, you may need to manually change this number.

Rows field after the "Export to CSV" button.

View the details of a graded activity

Click Details in the View Panel table to view the graded details of a specific activity.

The "Details" link, if available, is listed in the third column of each attempt listed in the table of the View Panel table in the Gradebook.

Different panes are displayed on the Activity Details screen.

Clicking "Details" displays the following panes on the Activity Details screen: View Panel, Student Details, student name, and question.

View Panel

Select how you want your grade to be displayed from the View Panel Style drop-down list.

The "Style" drop-down list is in the View Panel pane with the options of: Numeric, Percentage, and Letter.

  • Numeric (selected by default) (Example7.6/9.0)
  • Percentage (Example84%)
  • Letter (ExampleB+)

NOTE: The conversion of percentage to letter grades is as follows:

Conversion between letter grades and percentages are as follows: A+= greater than 93%, A= greater than 90%, A-= greater than 87%, B+= greater than 83%, B= greater than 80%, B-= greater than 77%, C+= greater than 73%, C= greater than 70%, C-= greater than 67%, D+= greater than 63%, D= greater than 60%, D-= greater than 57%, f= less than or equal to 57%.

 

Percentage grades that are exactly at a breakpoint might receive either the higher or lower letter grade due to Möbius rounding.

TIP: If you decide to change the grade display style, click Search to refresh the grade results.

The "Search" button is the first button after the View Panel results table.

Student Details pane

In the Student Details pane, you'll see:

Second pane on the View Details screen that indicates: activity name, score, attempt duration, start time stamp, and finished time stamp.

A. Activity name — The name of the activity you selected to view the details of.

B. Score — Display is based on your style selection within the View Panel (Example — numeric, percentage, letter).

C. Duration — Calculation of the total time between the start time and end time of your attempt that is rounded down to the closest minute.

D. Started — The time stamp of when the attempt was started.

E. Finished — The time stamp of when the attempt was submitted for grading.

NOTE: Duration time is continuous even if the activity was exited and resumed at a later time. Example — If you begin your attempt, the duration timer begins. If you exit the activity and return to it later to submit it for grading, the duration of your attempt includes the time that you weren't actively logged in to work on your activity.

User Statistics pane

A summary of your user statistics is displayed in the User Statistics pane:

The User Statistics pane displays the student name, email, and student ID and user statistics of: completed activities, active activities, to be reviewed  activities, and passed activities.

A. Student name — User that's viewing the grade results

B. Email — Möbius email of the user that's viewing the grade results.

C. Student ID — Student identification number of the user that's viewing the grade results.

D. Completed — Total number of activities that are recorded in the Gradebook for the user.

E. Active — Total number of activities that are currently in progress for the user.

F. To Be Reviewed — Total number of activities for the user that still require manual review by your instructor.

G. Passed — Total number of activities that Möbius classifies as passed for the user.

NOTE: Möbius considers all activities submitted for grading as passed. However, your instructor can define a minimum passing score which will impact the number of activities that appear in the Passed field.

NOTE: These question types require manual grading by your instructor and will appear in the To Be Reviewed field:

  • Document uploads
  • Essay responses
  • Some Math Apps

Question pane

The graded results for your selected activity will appear in table form with each question presented in its own Question pane:

A "Question" pane displays all relevant grading data for each question: question number, score, original question, your response, correct response, grade, grading type, other response areas, total grade, and feedback.

A. Question number — Question number to help identify the question as it appeared in your activity.

B. Score — Your total score/grade for the question.

C. Question — The question as it appeared in the activity.

D. Your response — Your manually-entered response.

E. Correct response — The actual accepted response to the question.

F. Part grade — The grade that you received for your response to a specific section of a question with a correctness indicator.

G.Grade method — Indicator of how the question was graded.

H. Rest of the question or other response areas — Displays other components of the question or other response areas.

I. Total grade — Your total grade calculation that appears in B and incorporates any partial grades for the question with a correctness indicator.

J. Feedback — Helpful information about the correct response is displayed if feedback has been written by your instructor.

NOTE: If you don't see the (E) correct response or (J) feedback, it could be because your instructor has designed the activity to control when the correct response or feedback are displayed.

NOTE: Some questions have only one response area and the (F) part grade is actually your (B) score.

NOTE: The correctness indicators associated with your (F) part grade and (I) total grade will be one of the following icons:

  • The correct icon"Correct" icon is a green check mark.is visible for a part grade when you get the entire part grade section correct.
  • The correct icon"Correct" icon is a green check mark.is visible for a total grade when you get the entire question correct.
  • The incorrect/partially correct icon"Incorrect/Partially correct" icon is a red X.is visible for a part grade when you get the part grade section incorrect or only partially correct.
  • The incorrect/partially correct icon"Incorrect/Partially correct" icon is a red X.is visible for a total grade when you get the entire question incorrect or only partially correct.

TIP: You can use the row count in the Activity Results pane to keep track of how many rows of Question panes there are available to view.

Row count is displayed before the Question pane in the Activity Results pane (Example: "Page:1 of 1 Rows: 1-3 of 3").

TIP: You can use the radio buttons to control how the question is displayed:

Original Response (selected by default) displays your response as you entered it in the entry field.

"Original Response" radio button is the first radio button within the Question pane.

Click Unfiltered Response to display your response stored inside Möbius.

The "Unfiltered Response" radio button is the second radio button within the Question pane.

TIP: Click Export to CSV to export your grade results as a CSV file for your personal records.

The "Export to CSV" button is the last button on the page after the "Search" button.

NOTE: The (I) total grade is always represented as a percent. This is translated to the grade style that you chose in the View Panel when it's displayed as your (B) score. If your instructor has manually overridden the total grade calculation, you'll see a message that explains this override.

Manually graded message: "The awarded grade for this question has been manually entered and has overridden the actual calculated grade."

NOTE: If you didn't view a question and didn't submit a response, the question is marked as incorrect and a message is displayed in the question row that the question wasn't seen or completed.

Message appears in question pane when question hasn't been seen by student: "This question was not seen and has no response."

If you viewed a question but didn't submit a response, the question is marked as incorrect.

Response graded incorrect when not answered.