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 To import a learning path in gradebook select the link “Import Learning Path”. From the list of existing learning paths you add are learning path that you want. To import a learning path in gradebook select the link “Import Learning Path”. From the list of existing learning paths you add are learning path that you want.
    
-[{{ :wiki:3.4:man_t_en115e.jpg?500 |Fig. Introduction Learning Path in the gradebook}}]+[{{ :en:teacher:gradebook:​learning_path.jpg?500 |Introduction Learning Path in the gradebook}}] 
 Also if you want to modify some of the original elements of the score (title, date) you can choose the "​Edit"​ link. Even for exporting the score on file with extension csv and windows-1253 encoding just select the link "​Export to coding windows-1253"​. Additionally if you want to export the gradebook on file with csv extension and UTF-8 encoding just select the link "​Export to encode UTF-8"​. Also if you want to modify some of the original elements of the score (title, date) you can choose the "​Edit"​ link. Even for exporting the score on file with extension csv and windows-1253 encoding just select the link "​Export to coding windows-1253"​. Additionally if you want to export the gradebook on file with csv extension and UTF-8 encoding just select the link "​Export to encode UTF-8"​.
    
-[{{ :wiki:3.4:man_t_en115f.jpg?500 |Fig. Editing options, and export to csv format Rating}}]+[{{ :en:teacher:gradebook:​export_to_csv.jpg?500 |Editing options, and export to csv format Rating}}] 
 To manually scoring elements of a rating (activities,​ tasks) simply select the gradebook initially desired and clicking on it again, select the item that you are going to rate. Here we should note that you need to specify the share of each component in the final sum which is in the form. To manually scoring elements of a rating (activities,​ tasks) simply select the gradebook initially desired and clicking on it again, select the item that you are going to rate. Here we should note that you need to specify the share of each component in the final sum which is in the form.
    
-[{{ :wiki:3.4:man_t_en115g.jpg?500 |Fig. Fixing elements stake gradebook}}]+[{{ :en:teacher:gradebook:​fixing_elements.jpg?500 |Fixing elements stake gradebook}}] 
 To manually scoring elements of a rating (activities,​ tasks) simply select the gradebook initially desired and tapping it again select one element (work, exercise, learning line) going to rate. Here we should note again that you need to specify the share of each component in the final sum which is in the form. To complete the rating click on the item that you want, and the displayed screen fill in the corresponding User rating. To manually scoring elements of a rating (activities,​ tasks) simply select the gradebook initially desired and tapping it again select one element (work, exercise, learning line) going to rate. Here we should note again that you need to specify the share of each component in the final sum which is in the form. To complete the rating click on the item that you want, and the displayed screen fill in the corresponding User rating.
    
-[{{ :wiki:3.4:man_t_en115h.jpg?500 |Fig. Filling in manual grade input in gradebook}}]+[{{ :en:teacher:gradebook:​add_manual_grade.jpg?500 |Filling in manual grade input in gradebook}}] 
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