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I find that if the students have not logged in since the automatic grade change occurred, then the scores will not have updated until they log in.  Check the last login time.
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Here's what I did, it works out alright. You can adjust percentages to 1, 2, 3, 4% and relate them to a standards score.       Then set up the score display to show letter grade.  This will then d...
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Was thinking today of a way to pass a unique user ID number to my students for state testing practice and thought that it would be easy to do with a replacement variable in the course content. Is ...
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I'd suggest you go through and combine them all into one pdf as a workaround.  You could then email it out or post it in the course for easy printing.  
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Sure thing. Admin>courses>locate course>enrollments tab. Here you can check the boxes of the student enrollments you would like to update. Change them from complete to active.
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Go to the editor, open course settings and change the course completion to "manual".  If the student completes all work in the course(that is visible to them), then the default is to mark the cours...
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Something like this.
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We use the observer role to manage groups of advisory students that we communicate with more frequently than all of our subject matter courses. So I'm reviewing grades quite often of the observed ...
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In the gradebook settings, choose, show non-gradable activities.  Then you can mark these activities complete and they will be removed from the to-do list.  
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Student settings has the option to show exempted activities.