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If you're having trouble keeping organized, we're hear to help! Teacher's Pet helps you manage assessment scores, curriculum expectations, and anecdotal student notes with our intuitive, easy to use gradebook.</p>
Teacher's Pet can help you keep track of the Curriculum Expectations you covered in your classroom, your student's assessment scores, anecdotal notes on your student's progress and achievements, while making report card time easier and less painful by capturing, organizing and displaying classroom related information in an intuitive, organized manner
Teacher’s Pet makes it easy to track which Curriculum Expectations have been covered, how many assessments were tagged to them, and how each student has performed against each expectation.
It's not just the destination, but also the journey. Capture anecdotal notes and observations about your students, and tag them against any subject to give you a full 360 degree view of their performance throughout the year.
With our simple, intuitive, three-step assessment process, teachers can gather assessment grades and comments, and be able to easily search and get a fast heads up view of their student’s progress to date.
Get Report Cards Done Easier, Faster
Probably on the spectrum of your most hated activities, but do not fret! All those comments, anecdotal feedback, and in-context observations will be put to good use when you can quickly assemble, group, and edit for each subject.
Identify The Kids Who Need More, Sooner
The sooner your at-risk students are identified, the more likely your preventative measures will be effective. With trending and performance reports available at your finger-tips, you will quickly be able to see who needs help where.
"It makes report card time so easy because all my grades and comments are organized by students, and I don't have to sift through pages and pages of notes."
- Golriz Karoubi
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