Campus Learning is here!

For secondary teachers

To start, some of the functionality that was part of Campus Instruction has returned, including:

  1. Adding notes for Students (including Google Drive and other LMS features) and for Teachers to individual Assignments.
  2. The Planner where you can see Attendance per class and create Units and Lesson Plans (which allows for sharing of curriculum by teachers)
  3. Assignment List has been renamed back to Curriculum List.

New Features

  1. Individualizing assignments allows teachers to specify which students receive an assignment and each student’s Assigned and Due Dates.
    1. Click on ‘Individualize’ from the Assignment Editor.  You can pick which students to receive the assignment to.
    2. Considerations
      1. Individualized assignments are indicated with a * throughout Campus.
      2. Scores for individualized assignments calculate towards the grade of the term in which the Due Date falls.
      3. A student’s individualized dates display in the Campus Student and Parent Portals and other student-specific areas of Campus.
      4. The Assigned and Due Dates in the main assignment editor are not affected by individualized dates. Reports, such as the Section Summary and Student Summary report the due date entered on the assignment editor, not individualized dates.
      5. Student Groups cannot be selected for individualized assignments.
      6. Individualized Assignments: Individualized assignments are indicated in the Control Center, with each student’s due date listed in the scoring area.
    3. Score either from the Assignment or the Grade Book.  
    4. When opening an Individualized Assignment there will be a blue dot which indicates the assignment is individualized.  Click on this to see the students. 
  2. The Score Analysis tool is available through the Grade Book and Control Center. It allows teachers to view a distribution of student scores on an assignment and visually break down how each student scored.
    1. Open the score analysis window for a single assignment from these two places:
      1. From the Control Center, click Score for an assignment. Click All, then select the assignment and click the graph icon in the top right. Score analysis opens in a separate browser window.
      2. From the Grade Book, expand an assignment and click Score Analysis
    2. To view score analysis for all assignments in the section, click Score Analysis from the Settings menu of the Grade Book:
    3. Single Assignment Graphs
      1. Score analysis for a single assignment displays a score distribution graph representing all scores for the assignment. The percentages on this graph indicate the number of students who received that score. For example, the image below shows that about half of the students got a B- or higher on the assignment. Hover over each section of the graph to see the score it represents and how many students received that score.
      2. Below the distribution, the breakdown section lists each student who has received a score, displaying score information and an individual graph.
        1. Filter the student breakdown by clicking sections of the distribution graph. Hold SHIFT or CRTL to select multiple scores to include in the breakdown.  Click Export as CVS  to export the breakdown, with present filters, to Excel. Click Create Student Group to create a Student Group of the students currently included in the breakdown.
        2. In this example, I want to create a student group of the students who received 60% or lower on the assignment so I can give them a followup assignment. Hold the CTRL key while clicking the lowest two scores on the distribution and then click Create Student Group and enter a name. The student group is then available to modify in the student group and to select on assignments.
    4. Multiple Assignments score analysis Score analysis from the Settings menu of the Grade Book starts with just distributions of all assignments in section. Assignments display in order by Due Date, starting with the most recent. Click on one or more sections in the distributions to view a list of students below.
  3. Scoring Rubrics An option has been added to Assignments to create scoring rubrics for evaluating student work. Scoring Rubrics match different achievement criteria with scores using points. Teachers can score student work by clicking cells that correspond to student achievement, with total scores populating in the grade book. Students and parents can see scoring rubrics on assignments through Campus Student and Campus Parent (if the Display Option is enabled) and teachers can print scored rubrics by section using the new Scoring Rubrics report.