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I love this app so far, but I wish there was a way to copy a lesson for the day in more than one class so I wouldn't have to type it over in every class period. And a way to keep a journal on a kid other than good or bad behavior. Like if I talk to a parent by phone and not email. Other than this I love it. I haven't tried the grading book yet but I plan to. Thanks for this app, I have to say I don't regret paying for it.
I'm a 15-year teacher, and I've used a fair handful of grading and classroom organization programs. While this is one of the better mobile apps, it is fairly simple, but has a few bugs. For example, it crashes often when I try to put in a new assignment to grade, and it seems odd to me that I can't put the same assignment into two classes of students. When I do this, it says "this assignment already exists in another class," and deletes my entry. Also, I'd like to be able to transfer one student from one class to another. To do this, apparently we have to transfer all grades and information by hand to the new class, and delete the student from the original class. It seems obvious to me that transferring a student with all info between classes should be a common thing for an app like this. Lastly, moving students' seating arrangements is finicky. At times, the automatic "snap to grid" feature of aligning students in rows/columns will actually prevent a student from being seated where you want to drag their icon, making arranging them frustrating. I'd just as soon remove the alignment feature and let the user eyeball it. A seating chart doesn't need to be a perfect grid!
I used the application last year in 2019 and I got a gift worth $ 50 and I could not get it .. And I got more than 300 points I can exchange for free subscription but unfortunately discovered summer vacation and before the start of the study a simple period cleared all my settings and demanded to download the application again and cleared all My last points, chapters and reports .. I have to pay other fees "a cheap trick And then you decide to create a free competitor app or a nominal price that doesn't even reach your monthly subscription price.
I got tired of the questionable auto-renewal subscription system where I was certain I had unsubscribed (I don't need the app during winter and summer break) but then found myself getting billedv anyway. It was a useful app, but the somewhat predatory nature of their subscription model turned me off. I have since been using a teaching app that is more versatile (if slightly less user friendly) and only requires a one-time payment. I likely can't name competitors, but just do a search for the most popular teaching apps and look for a well reviewed one that doesn't use a subscription model.
I only use it for attendance. As a college professor, I feel that I need to learn the names of my students and be able to identify who is who. This app has done that but in order to see the actual attendance dates for each student, I have to pay for the full version. The only reason this is necessary for me is that if a student fails, I have to submit a last date of attendance to the registrar’s office. Paying $40 a year just for one feature is a little much. I wish I could find a program that just does attendance.
Developed by ITWorx Egypt SAE.
TeacherKit is ranking in Education & Productivity
Last update was at Nov 24, 2019and the current version is 2.11.13.
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TeacherKit have a 832a user reviews.
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