When meeting with parents and or school administrators, good documentation of student conduct helps insure the meetings go smoothly. Teacher's Journal was designed to make it easy and quick for teachers to record and report misconduct.
Problem Solved 4.6 Problem Solved! 4.6 is an easy to use help desk program with both a Windows and web interface for recording, updating and reporting on problems and their solutions. It also allows for quick updating of PC, software and peripherals inventory.
Shut Up And Reboot 2006 Shut Up And Reboot! is an affordable, easy to use, multi-user ready help desk program. This new version has a totally redesigned interface and includes several integrated charts and graphs. Query and Report Wizards make it easy to analyze data.
Description: TJ 2005 has been redesigned to make the process of documenting student behavior quick and easy. The updated report wizards allow the teacher or administator to quickly create reports and sort by student name, class name incident type and more. These reports can also be saved in PDF format for emailing as an attachment. Also, a button has been added to instantly create a Microsoft Excel formatted spreadsheet for any and all incidents as filtered and sorted. The Query Wizard also makes it easy to search the incidents behavior or any field. Affordably priced and available as a single teacher license, school wide license and even a license for the county school system. Makes teachers jobs a little easier.
Grades for Students 4.2 An easy to use program that allows students to keep track of their course grades, teachers, assignments, test scores, number of credits, grade prediction, and calculates overall
Student Life 3.0.8 Simplify the chaos of college life with this cool student organizer. Track and organize everything from your homework, tests, degree plan, loans, scholarships, and even your
Teachers to Cap Astronaut Course Phase 1 Three teachers chosen to become astronauts said their main mission is to inspire school children and the public to become enthusiastic about space exploration, science and technology.
No Great Teacher Left Behind Former IBM CEO Louis Gerstner, chairman of the Teaching Commission, the group of educators and business leaders he founded in 2003 to promote educational reform, spoke to reporters on Apr. 5 about his campaign to boost teacher quality in America (see BW