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JGRADEBOOK JGRADEBOOK At this time most teachers should have a computer imaged by the IT personnel in their classroom that is connected to the RSD network. Jgradebook can only be accessed if it is downloaded on the computer you are using.
JGradebook1. Go to www.edexec.com click the java link and install2. Click and install Jpams3. Enter the password “super”4. It will then create a shortcut on the desktop5. Click on the short cut. There will a prompt to enter 3 options. Enter in the options in the following order: a. pams b. 174.223.18 c. RSD-JPAMS
Create Categories• Log In and Click on WebGradebook• Select the Class Period and the Marking Period• Click on assignments• Categories• Type in the categories you want Suggested Categories: tests, quizzes, participation, homework, classwork, etc.
Create CategoriesGo to assignments and select categories
Create CategoriesStart By Selecting The Selection and The Marking Period
Create CategoriesSet Your Default Max Value Or Make Your Assignments Weighted Choose A Color Preference To Keep Categories Separated
Graded AssignmentsTo enter graded assignments start by clicking the assignments tab, new, and thentype in the necessary information.
Graded AssignmentsFill out all of the information and make sure your dates are accurate.
Graded AssignmentsIf you have more than 1 section of the same prep, select copy to other sectionsand select the classes you would like to have the same assignment
Graded AssignmentsPlease remember to press save as often aspossible. This re-calculates students’ gradesand ensures the grades entered will not bedeleted.
Quick TipsAdditional valid grades that can be posted are: • “E” is used to mark an assignment grade as exempt for a student and it is not counted as part of the final marking period average. • “I” is used to mark an assignment as incomplete. The final marking period grade will remain as an “I”, as long as any assignment has an “I” grade posted • “W” is used in any assignment to signal the final marking period average as a withdrawal grade • “X” is used to mark an assignment grade when the student failed to make up an assignment. It is treated as a zero (0) in computing the final marking period average .
ReportsIf you want to give your students a detailed progress report, you will need to do the following:1. Reports2. Detailed Progress Reports3. Select The Correct Grade4. Section5. Term6. You also have options of information that is included. Include what you think is important