Grading Submissions Lesson Focus

Grading submissions allows instructors to assess student data and learning outcomes.

After completing this lesson, the instructor will be able to:

  1. Grade various assessment types to include feedback to learner and grading notes.
  2. Grade an assignment using the inline grading tool.
  3. Grade an assessment using a rubric.
  4. Explain the difference between exempting, ignoring, and clearing attempts for assessment submissions.
  5. Exempt an assessment.
  6. Review My Grades using Student Preview Mode.
  7. Create and configure a student progress report.

Grading Submissions Resources

Review the following TCSG and Blackboard resources. NOTE: All links open in a new window.

TCSG Resources

Blackboard Resources

Disclaimer: All TCSG colleges currently use Blackboard's Original Course View. Some of the features and tools of Blackboard that are discussed in the Blackboard resources may not be available at your college. Check with your POC (Distance Ed Contact) for questions about tool availability.

Grading Submissions Video

This video will provide an overview on organizing columns in the Grade Center and grading submissions.

NOTE: To view the video in full screen, select the Play button. At the bottom of the window, select the YouTube link. The video will open in YouTube in a new tab. Select the full screen button in the bottom-right corner of the video.