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Aspen - Posting Grades for MP1 & MP3

1. Complete your Gradebook by entering all scores


for all students for the current marking period.
This is done by accessing your Aspen Gradebook - click Gradebook top tab, Scores
side tab.

DO NOT PROCEED without entering all grades that make up the students' averages for
the marking period.

2. Change the Grade Columns drop down menu to


reflect "Post Columns Term" for end of term grade
posting.
You should then see the grade columns in the picture below with green push pins.

Green push pins mean that the window for posting is open.

DO NOT MANUALLY ENTER GRADES - follow the steps below.

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Aspen - Posting Grades for MP1 & MP3

3. Click the Update Post Columns button to launch


the wizard to transfer the grades to the Post
Column Terms screen.

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Aspen - Posting Grades for MP1 & MP3

4. Select the proper choices for the drop down


menus.
Select the current marking period for the Grade Term.

Select "Term grades for all students" for Grades to update.

Click the Next button.

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Aspen - Posting Grades for MP1 & MP3

5. On this screen, your choice for MP1 (or MP3)


should default to Average: MP1.
If you do not see "Average: MP1" (or "Average: MP3" for marking period 3 grade
posting), change the value in the drop down.

Click the Next button.

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Aspen - Posting Grades for MP1 & MP3

6. When the screen below appears, click the Finish


button.

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Aspen - Posting Grades for MP1 & MP3

7. At this point, all averages from your Gradebook


for the current class should have transferred over.
The MP1 column (or MP3 column) with a green push pin should be filled with student
averages (where you see the green circle).

Note that the MP1 column with the calculator symbol shows student averages. This is
NOT where grades must be for posting. They MUST be in the MP1 column with the
push pin.

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Aspen - Posting Grades for MP1 & MP3

8. Add comments for each student as needed.


You can enter up to 4 comments for each student in the comment columns.

Enter the number of the comment as a two-digit number (01, 02, etc). If you do not
know the numbers, refer to the list provided or press and hold CTRL+L for a list of
possible comments. There are 22 choices (3 pages).

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Aspen - Posting Grades for MP1 & MP3

9. Once all grades and comments are entered, click


the Post Grades button.
When the window opens, ensure that the current marking period is selected and that
Term grades for all students is selected; click the OK button.

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Aspen - Posting Grades for MP1 & MP3

10. The push pins should have changed to red,


indicating that you have posted your grades for
this class.

11. You need to repeat the above steps for each


class that you teach.
6 classes taught = complete this process 6 times.

12. If you make any changes in your Gradebook


that alter the average of a student(s), you will need
to repeat this process.
Red push pins will not change to another color if you repost.

You will get an extra step in the process asking if you want to overwrite your grades,
which you want to do.

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Aspen - Posting Grades for MP1 & MP3

13. Once the grade posting window closes, do not


go back and change grades in the Gradebook for
MP1 or MP3.
When the window closes, the push pins will turn black and you will not be able to
change grades for any student.

DO NOT go back and adjust student grades in your gradebook after the marking period
is over - this will create issues when reconciling averages at the end of the year.
Student averages in the Gradebook should reflect what is on each report card.

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