Tip of the Week: Exporting GradeBook Data

by Abby @ Quaver on November 8, 2016

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Each Tuesday, we bring you a Tip of the Week to make using your Quaver resources easier than ever!

Today’s Tip is for users of Quaver’s Curriculum!

 Did you know you can export your GradeBook data?

With a few simple clicks, Quaver’s GradeBook lets you export the grades from any class of students as a printable PDF or as .csv data to upload to another grading program!

How to export GradeBook data:

1) Access your Teacher-Only Resources

Once you’ve logged in to your QuaverMusic.com teacher account, you can select either the TEACHER tab, located at the bottom of the screen, or the yellow TEACHER ACCESS Bus Stop sign, located on the lower left side.

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2) Head to Teacher Admin

You will be directed to the Teacher Dashboard, a hub for all your teacher-only resources. Go to the top of the bulletin board and click the TEACHER ADMIN icon.

3) Choose UPDATE GRADEBOOK

Under the On-Going Tasks on the Teacher Administration Panel home screen, choose to UPDATE GRADEBOOK.

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5) Click DOWNLOAD GRADEBOOK

Once you’ve selected a class, click the blue DOWNLOAD GRADEBOOK button located in the upper right-hand corner.

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6) Choose a format

Choose the format you would prefer to view your GradeBook data and keep for your records.

For Print

Choose FOR PRINT to view and print your GradeBook from a new window.

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.CSV Data File

If you want to upload Quaver’s GradeBook data to another grading program, then choose .CSV DATA FILE. Simply designate where you’d like the file to download and it will be ready to upload to your other program.

The Quaver GradeBook is most effective when each of your students has an active QuaverMusic.com account. Contact our team at imports@quavermusic.com to get started on this process and unlock the potential of personalized learning and automated assessments in your classroom.

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Do you use GradeBook to help plan your lessons?

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