Technology & Learning, September 1998, p. 61

Technology can help teachers free up their time and also respond to a growing demand for accountability and assessment reports. Here are five tools that work:

  • Electronic grade books. These user-friendly software packages are designed to look like traditional grade books and allow teachers to track student performance quickly, generate sophisticated reports, and easily transfer data to district-level computers.
  • "Open architecture" administration software. Grades, attendance records, schedules, and other student information can flow freely among teachers,
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