Are you missing student work? We partner with many schools that have high student mobility and/or low turn-in rates, so this is not unusual. If you're missing work for a student or even a few students on your list, you can skip these students by clicking the blue skip button.
If you are missing work for several students, it's best practice to message the teacher to check that everything was uploaded correctly and confirm that you have everything you need. If you don't hear back before it's time to submit your work, you can go ahead and skip the students.
Hi Ms. White, I've been working on the grading and noticed that I'm missing a few students' work: Camille Coombs, Destiny Fager, Megan Padtha, Daisha Thomas, China White, and Arnesha Williams. Should I be expecting to receive work for these students? Thanks!
- Roster doesn't match student work: If there are significant discrepancies between the roster and the work you receive, you should contact our team to make sure you've received the right work.
- No roster: If you start an assignment and there is not a pre-loaded roster at all, check in with us. We may have a roster on file that we can upload for you
- Received work for students not on roster: As a general rule, you should grade all work you receive. If a student is not on a roster, you should add them. (Note: this functionality will be removed from assignments submitted using Google Classroom)
- Blank student work folders: Sometimes teachers post folders for student work before the student work has actually come in or been moved there (this saves them a step later). Check back after 5pm on the assignment's official start date to see if there's now work in the folder. Our team usually keeps an eye on these assignments as well!