Assessment & reporting
Edsby has an advanced gradebook incorporating latest assessment schemes. It also gives teachers great ways to capture observations and other evidence of learning and share them with parents.
Flexible, feature-rich gradebook
Edsby’s advanced gradebook gives teachers a way to record assessments, report grades to the office and share results with students and parents—with no extra work.
Teachers can make summative and formative assessments, enter subjective comments, set powerful weighting, design and reuse rubrics and even exercise professional judgment to impact grades. As grades are entered, averages and distributions are calculated. Failing and missed grades are highlighted, and abnormalities indicated.
Teachers can make observations on student progress and capture evidence of learning in pictures and videos. Observations can be shared with other teachers and can be referenced at report card time.
Grade the way your district grades
Use and align to your district’s preferred grading and reporting schemes, even advanced ones like multi-level stranding. Be ready for where assessment is heading.
Create and re-use tests and quizzes. Grades appear in the gradebook.
Evaluate against standards
Tie assessments, observations and lessons to state, provincial or federal expectations, outcomes or standards. Track standards coverage by class or individual student.
Students can showcase their best work in personal electronic portfolios.
Notification of late assignments
Students and parents see grades when teachers choose to reveal them, and if assignments were received on time.