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Engrade: A Great Tool to Keep Track Students Work


Living in a technological age, students nowadays have with a wider range of resources; they have the possibility to work out more exercises at home from the comfort of their PC. However, organizing and keeping track of every individual in order to help the students’ effort and outcome is not easy. Teachers must not solely keep track, but also ensure success—This can be done by using ENGRADE. It filters the students’ contents and data in organized structures which can be then accessed by the students, teachers and any other third party.

This tool is already being used by over 300,000 teachers and combines very efficient tools such as grade-book, attendance and calendars. It is a very easy to use tool, and gives teachers the amazing possibility to spend less time on paper work while dedicating more time to teaching their students. As the data is being stored securely online, teachers and students can access everything of it, anywhere they want and at any time that suits them best. Students can check any upcoming assignments, view their grades and also submit homework online. It is also a great way for parents to stay directly involved to their child`s education because they can log in and check their child`s progress. They can see whether they have done their homework, their assignments and tests, and can also directly communicate with their teachers. It helps to define the areas which students master and also the areas in which students need to improve. Engrade is also very flexible, so it works easily with any school system. In fact, thousands of schools both colleges and universities, of all types already (large, small, public, private, charter and also parochial) use Engrade. These from various surveys it could be clearly seen that 9 out of every 10 teachers do recommend it to other teachers.

To get a better idea about it watch the video attached below:




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This entry was posted on December 16, 2014 by in education.


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