In this lesson, you will review how to edit and resync or update Google Classroom Assignments into a DnA Points-Based Gradebook.Only student scores will update if changed from Google Classroom Assignments.
Changes made to Google Classroom Assignments do not automatically update back to DnA Gradebooks. A manual resync option is available in the event that Google Classroom Assignments scores have changed and changes need to reflect in DnA Gradebooks. This is a wipe and replace, so if any customization or changes have been made in the DnA Gradebook assignment, they will need to be reapplied to the assignment.
Where to Start
- Go to GradeBook.
- Select My Gradebooks.
- Choose the title of your Gradebook.
- Click Edit on your Goggle Classroom Assignment.
Edit an Assignment
Only certain assignment details can be changed which are highlighted in red. Visit Create, Modify, and Delete an Assignment to learn more about these options.
Also Save This To will copy the imported assignment to other gradebooks. However, they will not be imported or linked, causing the link between Google Classroom Assignments to be broken in applied Gradebooks. Best Practice to keep scores linked is to import the assignment into each gradebook as desired.
Resync Assignment Scores
Student scores may change in your Google Classroom Assignments and they will need to update or resync student scores back to your DnA Gradebooks. Make any changes to the student scores in Google Classroom first, then return to your DnA Gradebook.
- If you scroll your mouse over the assignment name to see assignment options.
- Select Resync from Google Classroom to update changes.
- Select Resync to confirm the message that such updates will only apply to the existing gradebook.
- Select Cancel to go back.
Scores should reflect updated changes from Google Classroom in no time.
I Don't See My Scores! Only graded and returned scores in Google Classwork will import into DnA Gradebooks. If you don't see scores, make sure to visit your Google Classroom and check if work is returned.