Dropdown Lists | Academics Module

In this section, you can configure the various dropdown lists used for Academics and Marking (Figure 123).

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Figure 123

Annual Result Categories

Does a student Pass, Fail or progress to next year?

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  • Choose the Annual Result Categories list from the dropdown box at the top of the page (Figure 124).
  • Click on the Export or Print buttons to export the list or to print out the list (Figure 124).
  • Enter a specific description in the search box to locate it (Figure 124).
  • You can click on the Create Copy button to create a copy of a list entry (Figure 124).
  • Edit or Delete a category by clicking on the respective buttons (Figure 124).
  • Click on the +Add New button to add a new category (Figure 124).

Once you click on +add new the following page will appear (Figure 125).

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Figure 125

  • Enter a description to this category and a short description (Figure 125).
  • Check on the promoted box if this category will lead to promotion of the student to the next year (Figure 125).
  • Add this category to students who are re-registering by clicking on the Add button (Figure 125).
  • Click on ‘Save to save new category (Figure 125).

Edit Category

Once you have clicked on the edit category button then you will see the following (Figure 126).


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  • Alter a description to this category and a short description (Figure 126).
  • Check on the promoted box if this category will lead to the promotion of the student to the next year (Figure 126).
  • Add or remove this category from students who are re-registering by clicking on the Add button (Figure 126).
  • Click on ‘Save to save a new category (Figure 126).

Conducts

Create conduct categories for student’s behavior Good, Bad etc.

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  • Choose the Conducts list from the dropdown box at the top of the page (Figure 127).
  • Click on the Export or Print buttons to export the list or to print out the list (Figure 127).
  • Enter a specific description in the search box to locate it (Figure 127).
  • You can click on the Create Copy button to create a copy of a list entry (Figure 127).
  • Edit or Delete a category by clicking on the respective buttons (Figure 127).
  • Click on the +Add New button to add a new Category (Figure 127).

Once you click on +add new the following page will appear (Figure 128).

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Figure 128

  • Add a description e.g Below Average to signify the new Conduct Status (Figure 128).
  • Click on ‘Save to save the new Conduct Status (Figure 128).

Edit Conduct Status

  • Click on the edit button next to the conduct status to edit it (Figure 127).

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  • Change the description to signify the new Conduct Status (Figure 129).
  • Click on ‘Save to save the changes to the Conduct Status (Figure 129).

Examination Levels

What level of difficulty does an examination have Ease, Average etc.

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  • Choose the Examination levels list from the dropdown box at the top of the page (Figure 130).
  • Click on the Export or Print buttons to export the list or to print out the list (Figure 130).
  • Enter a specific description in the search box to locate it (Figure 130).
  • You can click on the Create Copy button to create a copy of a list entry (Figure 130).
  • Edit or Delete a category by clicking on the respective buttons (Figure 130).
  • Click on the +Add New button to add a new level (Figure 130).

Once you click on +add new the following page will appear (Figure 131).

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  • Add a description e.g Very Hard to signify the new Examination level (Figure 131).
  • Click on ‘Save to save the new Conduct Status (Figure 131).

Edit Examination Level

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  • Change the description to signify the new Conduct Status (Figure 132).
  • Click on ‘Save to save the changes to the Conduct Status (Figure 132).

Examination Status

What stage is a student’s exam in Review, Draft etc.

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  • Choose the Examination Status list from the dropdown box at the top of the page (Figure 133).
  • Click on the Export or Print buttons to export the list or to print out the list (Figure 133).
  • Enter a specific description in the search box to locate it (Figure 133).
  • You can click on the Create Copy button to create a copy of a list entry (Figure 133).
  • Edit or Delete a category by clicking on the respective buttons (Figure 133).
  • Click on the +Add New button to add a new status (Figure 133).

Once you click on +add new the following page will appear (Figure 134).

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  • Add a description e.g 2nd Marking and a Short Description e.g Supervisor review to signify the new Examination status (Figure 134).
  • Add email recipient e.g student in order to inform student about his marking status (Figure 134).
  • Select email templates according to the recipient Teacher, Approver, Reviewer, Student, Employee and Parent (Figure 134).
  • Related workflow must be the default process followed for marking e.g Main (Figure 134).
  • Exam Status is about where in the process/workflow you are at the moment e.g Awaiting Marking (Figure 134).
  • Click on ‘Save to save the new Examination Status (Figure 134).

Edit Examination Status

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  • Change a description and a Short Description to signify the new Examination status (Figure 135).
  • Change email recipient (Figure 135).
  • Select email templates according to the recipient Teacher, Approver, Reviewer, Student, Employee and Parent (Figure 135).
  • Change related workflow must be the default process followed for marking (Figure 135).
  • Change Exam Status (Figure 135).
  • Click on ‘Save to save the Examination Status (Figure 135).

Practicum/Training Status

Follow the stages of a student’s Internship/Practicum or Training

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  • Choose the Practicum/Training status list from the dropdown box at the top of the page (Figure 136).
  • Enter a specific description in the search box to locate it (Figure 136).
  • You can click on the Create Copy button to create a copy of a list entry (Figure 136).
  • Edit or Delete a category by clicking on the respective buttons (Figure 136).
  • Click on the +Add New button to add a new status (Figure 136).

Note: This Dropdown list is used mainly by Universities and High schools (IB)

Once you click on +add new the following page will appear (Figure 137).

New Practicum/Trainee Status

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  • Add a description e.g CAS to signify the new Practicum/Trainee Status (Figure 138).
  • Add the status which represents the current status of the Practicum e.g Started (Figure 138).
  • Set as default Status by ticking the box (Figure 138).
  • Click on ‘Save to save the new Practicum/Trainee Status (Figure 138).

Edit Practicum/Trainee Status

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  • Change the description (Figure 139).
  • Change the status which represents the current status of the Practicum (Figure 139).
  • Set as default Status by ticking the box (Figure 139).
  • Click on ‘Save to save the changes to Practicum/Trainee Status (Figure 139).

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  • Choose the Thesis Status from the dropdown box at the top of the page (Figure 140).
  • Click on the Export or Print buttons to export the list or to print out the list (Figure 140).
  • Enter a specific description in the search box to locate it (Figure 140).
  • You can click on the Create Copy button to create a copy of a list entry (Figure 140).
  • Edit or Delete a category by clicking on the respective buttons (Figure 140).
  • Click on the +Add New button to add a new level (Figure 140).

Once you click on +add new the following page will appear (Figure 141).

New Theses Status

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  • Add a description e.g Math Theses to signify the new Theses Status (Figure 141).
  • Enter a progress Status e.g Concluded (Figure 141).
  • Click on ‘Save to save the new Conduct Status (Figure 141).

Edit Theses Status

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  • Change a description (Figure 142).
  • Update the progress Status e.g Concluded (Figure 142).
  • Click on ‘Save to save the new Conduct Status (Figure 142).

General Note: All fields with a red Asterisk are mandatory fields and must be filed in order for you to be able to save your progress.