Kami's Class View (previously known as Grade by Page) feature allows teachers to:
View the whole class' Kami assignment files at the same time.
Monitor students' progress with Kami's Real-time Monitoring feature.
Leave feedback using any of the Kami tools, including multi-media Comments.
Grade multiple students’ work simultaneously.
Leave a grade and return the students' files at the same time.
Who can use Class View?
Any teachers who have a Teacher as their profile type in their Kami account.
How to use Class View
1. Create or choose your Kami assignment
To get started, you'll first need to have a Kami assignment. You can start from Google Classroom or your Kami Dashboard, as shown below:
Click the “Google Classroom assignment” button, or
Click the Menu dropdown option “Create Assignment” for Google Classroom.
If you already have a Kami assignment, you can just go ahead and follow the next step below.
2. Access Class View in Google Classroom
Once your class has opened their work via Kami, go to Student work in Google Classroom for that particular Kami assignment. You'll find the Kami Class View button on the right-hand side of your window, as shown below:
Click the Class View button to open the assignments in Kami. If you have multiple files in the Kami assignment, it will prompt you to choose which file to open in Class View. You can make your choice, then click Open to confirm.
Checking student progress in real-time
Kami has a Real-time Monitoring feature that allows you to check your student's progress. This means you can view and give feedback on their work before they turn it in. This feature is included in Class View. You don't need to do anything besides opening your students' files into Class View, as long as they have opened them at least once.
3. Provide feedback in Class View
Class View gives you columns (left to right) displaying each student’s work and each page of a student’s work in rows (top to bottom). At the top of each column, you’ll see the student’s name, their assignment status, and a field where you can enter their grade.
For personalized feedback, we recommend using our multi-media Comment tools so you can provide feedback in text, voice, video, or screen capture video.
Assignment status and what each status means
At the top of each student's submission, the assignment status will be displayed next to their name. Here's what each status means:
Not opened (yellow): the assignment is assigned, but the student hasn’t opened it yet
Assigned (orange): the assignment is assigned, and the student has opened it / is working on it
Turned in (green): the assignment is submitted by the student
Graded (purple): the assignment is graded and returned by the teacher
Resubmitted (green with dot): the student resubmits an assignment that has been graded and returned by the teacher
Graded (purple with dot): the teacher changes the grade on a graded assignment
Sort and Filter features
With our newest update to this feature, we have added the Sort and Filter option. They will appear respectively at the top left of Class View, as seen in the images below:
The Sort option allows you to change the order in which you see the assignments. You have an option for Submission status (Which is covered in the above section), which will be the automatic selection when you open your Class View assignments.
You also have an Alphabetical order option by Name A-Z, and to see the most recent submitted assignment select Last Submitted.
The Filter option limits what shows up on your Class View. All the filters are automatically on, and you can turn them off to see specific options under the submission status. For example, if you want to avoid seeing the graded students' work, unselect Graded in the filter dropdown, and your graded submissions will no longer appear.
4. Leave a grade and click Return
Once you've finished grading, leave the student's grade in the top-right corner of their assignment and click Return to confirm.
This feature is synced with Google Classroom, meaning the total grade points will be 100 by default, unless you've changed the total in Google Classroom.
Remember, all your annotations are saved and synced in real-time, so students can also see your feedback if they choose to jump back on their turned-in work in Kami.