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How to Read Pacing Tools and Student Grades in Maestro
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Learn how to read the pacing tools and student grades sections in the student information system. Follow the directions in the screen cast. See the text version below.

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Log in from a Guardian Account to the home screen.  On the left the guardian can click on their students’ name.  In this example, the Guardian can see that the student is taking two courses. On the left are the student’s start date and target end date. 

 

  1. In the top course, the student has completed 12 assignments and has 19 assignments pending. In the bottom course, the student has completed 13 assignments and has 10 assignments pending.

 

  1. The top numbers above each course show the number of days the students have been in the course and the number of days remaining to the student’s target completion date. In both courses, the student has been active for 79 days and should finish within 44 days at that pace. In the top course, the student may need to pick up their pace to meet that goal. In the bottom course, the student is working more on pace for the target end date. 

  1. Guardians can also view the student’s estimated average based on work completed so far. In the top course, the student has a 100% so far and in the bottom course, the student has a 94.4%

  1. To access the student’s grades, click on the student’s name in the left menu bar. 

  1. Click on Grades.

  1. This screen shows all of the student’s assignments for all the courses in which they’re enrolled.


 

  1. Click on All Courses, then select the desired course.

  1. Guardians can search by:

  2. Assignment name

  3. Submitted date

  4. Graded date

  5. 10. Guardians can see the student’s:

a. Final Grade - all assignments, including ones that the student has not yet completed are factored into this average

b. Competencies - all competency assignments have a target icon. Students must earn an 85% or higher on competency assignments. 

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