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Marking and Managing Attendance

As an instructor, when you create a calendar event for a classroom, you will now be able to mark attendance for all the learners of that classroom for that event. Later on, you can edit the attendance, if required. You can also export the attendance reports for a classroom and view the absence reports submitted by parents for their children, if applicable.

This article will guide you on:

Marking learners' attendance for a calendar event

As an instructor, you can mark or edit attendance for your classrooms' calendar events. Let's see how you can mark and edit learners' attendance.

1. In the calendar sidebar, click Mark Attendance for the required calendar event to access its Mark Attendance page.

You can also click an event to access its full view and then click Mark Attendance to access its Mark Attendance page.

2. The Mark Attendance page opens. It will show the total duration of the calendar event. All the learners of the classroom, for which the calendar event is created, will be listed with the 'Present' status, by default. Present status awards full duration (in minutes) to the learners for the event.

3. Click the 'Absent' status checkbox for the required learner(s) to award them '0' minutes for the event for not attending the event.

4. Click the 'Tardy' status and set the time duration for which the learner has attended the session.

5. Click SAVE once you have marked attendance for all the required learners.

6. If the calendar event is not in the marking attendance period, a View Attendance button will be shown. The View Attendance page will not be editable.

The marking attendance period is configurable at the site level. For instance, in the following scenario, an instructor can only mark attendance for calendar events that are within 10 days in the past, or 5 days in the future.

The aforementioned three statuses (Present, Absent and Tardy) are whitelabelled and can vary from site to site. Furthermore, additional status can also be configured at the site level.

For instance, a status named 'Excused' can be configured to be shown along with the aforementioned statuses. Instructors can mark the status to represent that the learner has not attended the event with a valid reason, therefore the attendance is not deducted.

Editing learners' attendance

1. In the calendar sidebar, Edit Attendance button will be present for the calendar events for which you have already marked the attendance. Click on it to access the Edit Attendance page.

You can also access the Edit Attendance page from the calendar event's full view screen.

2. Make the required changes in the learners' attendance and then click Save to save the changes.

3. If the calendar event is not in the marking attendance period, a View Attendance button will be shown. The View Attendance page will not be editable.

The marking attendance period is configurable at the site level. For instance, in the following scenario, an instructor can only mark attendance for calendar events that are within 10 days in the past, or 5 days in the future.

Accessing a classroom's Attendance page

You can access a classroom's Attendance page to view the summary of attendance for all learners along with the events' attendance details created for that classroom. Let's see how you can access a classroom's Attendance page.

1. On the homepage, click the required classroom's card.

2. Click the Attendance tab inside the classroom.

3. The Attendance page will have two tabs - Summary and Events. By default, the Summary page will be shown. It will show the combined duration of all the events created in the classroom. It will also show a table listing all the learners and their combined attendance duration for all the events. A percentage of attendance achieved out of the total attendance will also be shown for each learner.

4. Click the Events tab. Here all the classroom events will be listed along with the attendance status of learners in the corresponding events. You can click any event to quickly mark the attendance for it.

The count of the events that have not yet been marked will also be shown on the Events page.

The colors for each status can be configured at the site level as per requirement.

Checking learners' attended duration and percentage for a classroom calendar events

2. The Summary page will show the combined duration of all the events created in the classroom. It will also show a table listing all the learners and their combined attendance duration for all the events. A percentage of attendance achieved out of the total attendance will also be shown for each learner. You can also access the detailed attendance report from this page.

Marking attendance from a classroom's Attendance page

1. Access a classroom's Attendance page. Then click on Events tab.

2. All the events will be shown along with the learners' attendance that has been marked for those events. The total number of unmarked events will be shown above the learner table. Hover over any event to view its full name and click on it to mark / edit attendance for that event.

3. Mark or edit the attendance as per requirement and click Save to save the changes.

Exporting attendance report for a classroom

2. Click to access the Events tab.

3. Click Export.

4. The attendance report will be downloaded for the classroom in excel format. Open the report in your system.

5. The excel sheet report will have all the data present on the Attendance page, such as the list of learners and their corresponding attendance details for each calendar events created for that classroom.

Viewing attendance status in calendar

1. You can view the attendance status for all the calendar events from your main calendar and classroom specific calendar from the classroom's calendar.

2. All the calendar events will have the attendance icon which will have color as per the following conditions:

  • Green: The calendar events in which you have already marked the attendance
  • Grey: The calendar events (in the marking period) in which you have not marked the attendance
  • Yellow: The calendar events (not in the marking period) in which you have not marked the attendance

Attendance marking period for calendar events can be configured at site level. For example, a site can be configured in such a way that the attendance can only be marked for events that are within 10 days in the past, or 5 days in the future.

3. Clicking on a calendar event will open the event with the option to mark / edit / view the attendance as per its attendance status.

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Absence Reports

Absence Reports is an optional feature that allows parents to submit a form with the reason behind the absence (before or after the event). The instructor for the event's classroom will be notified about the Absence Report and based on that the attendance of the learner can be modified by the instructor, if required. Let's see how you can create report absence and view absence report of your child.

Absence Reports is an optional feature that is not enabled, by default, on a site. It can be enabled on a site, on request.

Checking absence reports of a classroom

1. On the homepage, click the required classroom's card.

2. Click the Attendance tab inside the classroom.

3. You will land on the Summary tab. Click the Absence Reports tab.

4. This page will show the absence reports submitted by learners' parents for the corresponding events created for the classrooms. The table will show the following details:

  • Name of the learner
  • Event title for which the absence report was submitted
  • From and to date of event
  • Duration of the event
  • Attendance for the event
  • Link to view the absence report submitted for corresponding event(s)
  • Date and time of the absence report

The events will be listed chronologically, with the newest ones listed at the top.

You can click the View Report link to view absence report of the corresponding event. Furthermore, you can also click to view any attached documents in the report.

5. You can use the Attendance Status filter to quickly view the events based on their attendance status.

Checking absence report for an event

You can also access the absence report for an event while marking or editing learners' attendance for it.

You will also get bulletin board notifications when a parent files a absence report for their child in your classroom. You can also access the absence reports from those notifications.

(2) John Baur | Subordinates | Teamie Demo | Teamie Demo
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