******** BrightHub Review:
iGrade for Teachers is the first iPhone app that I have seen that can call itself a true gradebook for teachers. As a teacher I have been looking for a standalone app for the iPod Touch, and I am glad to have stumbled on iGrade. It is developed by teachers for teachers, and it shows. It is packed with features that a teacher would want in a portable gradebook.
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The days of penciling a student’s grades into a notebook are definitely over. Teachers can use iGrade for Teachers to track grades, attendance and notes for their students. The app is a convenient and easy to navigate tool that I think educators will appreciate.
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Awarded "Hottest iPhone App" Award by iPhoneAppsPlus.com
iGrade for Teachers is the first application entirely designed by and for Educators. Its slick and highly effective user interface is giving you instant access to everything you need anywhere you need it... It is a simple but powerful tool to manage all your student information including notes, tardies and absences. iGrade for Teachers is storing all your grades, whatever the scoring format is and is providing you detailed statistics in real time.
This is the end of the hours spent on the complex calculations for the Quarterly School System Update!
iGrade for Teachers Features:
- Demographic information
- Primary and Secondary Contacts
- "Shake" the student list to activate an intelligent student picker
- New Instant Attendance module
- Large Student Pictures
- New Notes module with Attendance and Grades reference
- Mass email Students (Based on filters)
- Bulk Student Import (compatible with Most Online Gradebooks)
- And also direct call and email features
- Grades and Student Data Export
Test and Grades:
iGrade for Teachers has a unique grading module adaptable to any scoring type
- A to F with + and -
- O to N with + and -
- Numerical Scores up to 999
- UK Standard (8A to 1C)
- BTEC (D, M, P)
- Unlimited Notes
- Grades and Students Grades data Export
- Filter on/off Status
- Duplicate Test function
- New Advanced Test Weight Logic
- Equal Weight
- Custom Weight
- Total Possible Grade (TPG)
- Extra Credit
Statistics and Analytics:
iGrade for Teachers provide advanced capabilities to analyze and report your grades. At any point in time, the application will allow you to filter on any period of time or category or subject and get the following information:
- Weighted average results
- Total number of tests graded
- Total number of test given per class, subject or category
- Total number of tardies and absences per student
High level of customization:
iGrade for Teachers can be tailored very easily to any of your needs. You can create your own classes, categories and even subjects with customized icons. This level of flexibility make it a great tool for Coach, Educator, Professor, Schoolteacher, Tutor, Trainer or student teachers too.
And Also Brand new Step by StepTutorials available from the application!
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