Tracking Students’ Progress

  • Grade (term 1)
  • Grade (term 2)
  • Charts (term 1)
  • Charts (term 2)
  • Competences
  • Assess participation (term 1)
  • Assess participation (term 2)
  • Comments
  • Report (term 1)
  • Report (term 2)
  • Attendance
  • Special Needs
  • Accounts
  • Create groups
  • Student Picker
  • Seating plan
  • To insert the date, press cmd or ctrl + ; (be sure to go to Help > Keyboard shortcuts and activate Enable compatible spreadsheet shortcuts).
  • To display a time or a date (which will be automatically updated every day), use the functions =NOW() or =DATE(). To format the date, head to Format > Number > Date.

Grades & Competences

  • For grades, choose “Greater than” or “Less than or Is equal to”.
  • For assessing participation (see down below), pick “Text is exactly”.

Charts

Assess participation

=IF(logical_expression, value_if_true, 

IF(logical_expression, value_if_true,

IF(logical_expression, value_if_true, value_if_false

)

)

)
=IF(B7="très bonne participation", 2,

IF(B7="bonne participation", 1,

IF(B7="suit mais ne participe pas", 0.5, 0

)

)

)

Reports

Attendance

Special needs

Seating plan

  1. On the first one (the sheet is labelled “Liste”), you will find a list of your students. For each student, a random number is allocated. Using Filters, you can change the order of the names so they are mixed up. To assign a random number use this function: =RAND() (it returns a random number between 0 inclusive and 1 exclusive).
  2. On the second one (“Tables”), you have a simple sitting plan with only numbers.
  3. Finally, on the third one (“Plan”), you have the same sitting plan but (and this is where the magic happens) but instead of numbers, you have a function using INDEX and MATCH. It places random students!

Create groups

Pick a student randomly

  1. RANDBETWEEN
  2. COUNTA
  3. INDEX

Conclusion

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