This article covers grades in a co-taught class from the teacher's perspective and the student's perspective.

## From the teacher's perspective

In a co-taught class, both the primary teacher and the co-teacher will be able to grade student work.

❗️ Note: you will only be able to see the other teacher's review only after you have submitted scores for the student.

In the image above, Viv Tran graded the student first and gave them a score of 9/15. The second teacher then gave the same student a score of 12/15. The student's overall score will be the **average** of the two scores, which is would 10.5/15.

There are two places to view student scores in the Student Dashboard.

Under the

**Analysis**tab: The score you see under the Analysis tab is the score that you gave the student.

Under the

**Feedback**tab: The score you see under the Feedback tab is the average score given by co-teachers. If only one teacher has graded the assignment, the displayed score reflects the grade given by that particular teacher.💡

**Tip**: If you're looking to split grading between co-teachers, check the feedback tab to see which students have been graded already.

## From the student's perspective

Students will see an average of both teachers' grades as well as comments from both teachers when reviewing their scores. In the image below, the final score of the assignment is a 10.5, which is the average of the two scores given by the two teachers (12 and 9).

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