Did you know that you can write public and private comments in your QuickSchools Gradebook?
When you mouse over a cell, a pink bubble appears. Clicking on the bubble allows you to edit the public and private comments for that cell:
Public comments are available in the student’s “Gradebook” tab, and can be printed to PDF as well.
Private comments are only available in the Gradebook for your internal reference. Enjoy!
6 thoughts on “Gradebook Comments”
[…] with parents. We recently discussed passive portal-based communication for parents, which include Gradebook Comments, the Parent Message Board, and even Online Class Discussions. Many of our modules also contain an […]
[…] At QuickSchools, we regard the Gradebook as the domain of the teacher. Teachers should have full flexibility to set up columns and assessments as they see fit. Teachers can also engage with parents by sharing comments about specific assignments. […]
[…] additional to sharing all gradebook information with parents, teachers can also add public comments on individual assignments, that will then be shared with […]
[…] The Comments field is shared with students/parents when access via their portal. You can also see the comments on the student record. However, Notes are only visible to teachers directly from the SBG (similar to Private Comments in the regular Gradebook). […]
[…] is to print the Gradebook for each student. The PDF generated from the Gradebook contains all the assessments as well as comments. And for many schools, this is sufficient for parent teacher conferences and mid-term reporting. […]
[…] Only published and public information is available. So unpublished/hidden columns and subjects are invisible, as well as any Private Comments […]