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Grading Kami Assignments in Microsoft Teams
Grading Kami Assignments in Microsoft Teams

How to grade your Kami assignments in Microsoft Teams

Updated over a week ago

How to grade and give feedback as a Teacher in Microsoft Teams

❗️ Using the assignments in Channel Tabs will not allow you to do grading/feedback in the same way as Assignments created using the Create Assignments option

1. Allow Kami on your App permission settings

This is essential to ensure that some of Kami's amazing tools, such as the Audio Comment and the Video Comment tool, will work.

While in Microsoft Teams, click the ellipsis button at the top right-hand side and select the Settings button.

Go to the App permissions tab and find Kami. Enable the toggle for the Media setting. This will allow Kami to use the appropriate media component when you use a specific Kami tool that needs it.

2. Opening a Student Assignment

Firstly, select the assignment and select the student who you want to view:

Once you are viewing the student, select the Kami button to view the student's work.

3. Giving Feedback in Kami

Clicking the Kami button will allow you to give feedback inside of Kami and view the students' work. There will be three copies to choose from when opening the Kami Assignment. Here is a quick summary of what each option does:

  • Class View: View/Grade all the student assignments in Kami at the same time.

  • Template: Edit the template file in Kami and Publish Changes to all student assignments.

  • Student: Open a single-student assignment in Kami.​

4. Returning the Assignment to the Student

Once you are finished giving feedback in Kami, simply click the return button to give the student their grade.

✏️ 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.

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