Professor: Gradebook Overview

Top Hat’s gradebook allows you to view and track your students’ progress by logging their participation grades, correctness grades, and attendance, throughout the semester. You can also export the data in your Top Hat gradebook to an Excel spreadsheet.

Viewing your Top Hat Gradebook
To access you course's Top Hat gradebook, simply click Gradebook in the upper banner. If you're questioned as to whether or not you want to continue, so long as you are not connected to a classroom projector, go ahead and select Yes, show grades

Your gradebook can be viewed by Course ContentStudents, or Attendance, and the search bar along the top will allow you to search for the specific elements you require at any given moment!

Course Content Tab
It is easy to keep all of your graded content organized within your Top Hat course gradebook! You can view your content all together, sorted by module type, and your content will be organized by folder, reflecting the folders that appear in your content dashboard. You can also use the column headers along the top to sort your gradebook content by the date they were last activated, correctness weight, participation grade, average score, or average participation percentage.

For a more detailed look into this tab please see here: Professor: Gradebook Course Content Tab

Students Tab
The students tab will give an overview of how each student in the class is currently performing. Students can be sorted by last name, course average, or attendance record. Next to each student will be their overall course average (including both their correctness and participation averages), as well as their overall attendance, with details on how many classes they attended and how many they were absent for.
For a more detailed look into this tab please see here: Professor: Gradebook Students Tab

Attendance Tab
The attendance tab gives an overview of lecture attendance. In the main page of the tab you can see the overall attendance records for every lecture, sorted by date and time.

For a more detailed look into this tab please see here: Professor: Gradebook Attendance Tab 

Exporting your Gradebook to Excel
Clicking on Export in the upper right hand corner of your course gradebook page will provide you with the ability to Export this page to Excel to quickly export the content as you're currently viewing it, or Advanced Export for a more detailed export option. 


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