Altissima Teachers Gradebook
|Op. System:||Windows XP/2000|
|File size:||5.94 MB|
Publisher description for Altissima Teachers Gradebook
Altissima also offers a Character Grouping System! Altissima Character Groupings is a system designed to help children identify their own characters and the characters of their peers, and to better understand their relationships. Understanding of one's self and character cultivates a healthy individuality which is tied to creativity and achievement. This system will encourage tolerance and Harmony in your school and help a large school feel like a smaller community. It will also greatly reduce or eliminate the incidence of violence and anti-social behaviour in your school. Features -Allows you to keep track of an individual student during all of his/her years in your school. -Gives you an easy, organized method to set up and record your attendance, scores, grades and notes. -Attendance * Record attendance in seconds and immediately see an updated summary of class attendance. * Periodically delete attendance records retaining summaries of class attendance to conserve storage space. - Scores & Grades * Set weights for all of your categories (eg: homework, tests, etc.). * Enter raw scores and view them immediately as percentages (75,90,100,etc.). * Extra credit points entered in a separate column will be added to the final percentage score. * Mark scores as zero and be able to display incomplete & late work upon request. * View the incomplete work for the entire class or for a single student. * Leave a score blank to have the grading process ignore a scored item. * View lowest scores for each student. You may exclude those scores from the grading process. * Recalculate the Students grades at any time. Calculate grades in a moment when students Ask "how am I doing?". This also allows you to project the students' average based upon how well s/he will do on an upcoming assignment (the ever-present question!). Enter projected scores, recalculate grades, inform the student, then remove the hypothetical scores.