How do I score a project with multiple final products?

Some projects have multiple Final Products that students are expected to produce. When scoring a Final Product, only the Cognitive Skills relevant to the Final product being scored will appear. For this reason, it’s important to make sure that Final Products are associated with the proper Cognitive Skills. Learn more about setting that up here.


When will students receive scores on a final product?

Students will receive scores on a single final product once “Score Final Product” button is clicked. These cognitive skill scores will affect their overall grade at once, and students will see the status of individual final products on their Progress page and Year page.



How are grades calculated if the same Cognitive Skill is assessed in two different final products within the same project?

Cognitive skill grade calculations will remain the same, meaning that the highest of the scores will be taken whether they are assessed in the same project or across different projects. This highest score is then weighted by the number of times it has been assessed. If the same cognitive skill is assessed in two different final products within the same project, then the highest of those scores will be taken and multiplied by two.

Learn more about cognitive skill grading here. 

How do I exempt a student from a final product?

If for some reason you need to exempt a student from a specific final product, you can do so from the all students view. 

To get to the View All Students view,

1. Click into an assigned Project
2. Click into the Final Product 
3. From the right side of the page, click View All Students 



Exempt this student from Final Product

  • Exempts a single student from the final product

Exempt only working students from Final Product

  • Exempts students with “Working” status from the final product. Students who are “Working” have not submitted nor been scored on the final product. 

Exempt all students from Final Product

  • Exempts all students from the final product, regardless of status
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