From all of us at QuickSchools, thank you to all our customers and wonderful supporters for an amazing 2013.
Here’s wishing you a Happy New Year and greater success in all your endeavors next year and beyond.
There’s no better endorsement for us than a kind word and recommendation from our happy customers. If you know of a teacher who’d love our gradebook or a school that could use a student information system that works beautifully, let us know. We’ll see if we can help them as we’ve helped you and hopefully they’ll be happy customers too!
Everyone knows someone and we hope you’ll help recommend us to your friends so that they’ll get to experience the QuickSchools magic! Just enter their info below and we’ll do the rest.Read More »
Our next feature that’s coming up real soon is Teacher Pages. Through Teacher Pages, teachers can connect with their classes for each subject that they teach. Teachers will be able to create and share rich content e.g. post a message and introduce a topic to the class, share links to material available on the Internet like a TED Talk video, a wikipedia article or a video from the Khan Academy, etc.
Students (and maybe parents too) of the class will then be able to connect through their respective portals and share their thoughts as well. Hopefully, the Teacher Pages feature will encourage discussions and exchange of ideas that ultimately enhances the classroom learning experience.
We are very excited about this new feature and we’ll share more details once the feature’s released.
UPDATED May 3, 2013:
The Teacher Pages module had been released, but it has been renamed to “Class Discussions”. We will be posting it on our blog in the next few days. You can turn it on via the “Features” page. Let us know what you think about it.
UPDATED May 6, 2013:
Online Class Discussions now LIVE!
It’s been close to 2 months since we invited you to nominate your favorite teacher to the QuickSchools Teacher of the Year 2012 award. The nomination phase saw a total of 9 fantastic individuals emerged as candidates for the award.
The voting phase that followed was so much fun. Read More »
Enjoy this collection of 7 videos from students at Annoor Academy.
The first video we have is from Rawan A & Hadiya.
The second video is from 6th graders Malik, Sameer and Ahmed.Read More »
Read Jon Hall’s account on how Franklin Burns helped his daughter. QuickSchools is a fully-online school management system.
I’m a father that loves his daughter dearly and is willing to do anything to see her smile. I wanted her to succeed this is the reason my wife and I pulled her out of public school. The public school system works for eighty percent of the students but leaves behind the other twenty percent. My daughter was one of the students in the twenty percent. She was very smart but was struggling because the public school system could not meet her needs. Read More »
Tania Hall shares her story on how Mr Burns helped her daughter flourish at Saint Tower Academy. QuickSchools is a fully-online school management system.
I cannot thank Mr. Burns and the staff at Saint Tower Academy enough. I have a daughter that is extremely smart and gifted but she is visual impaired and has been diagnosed with ADHD. Our daughter started the year in public school but she was constantly was being called names and harassed by her classmates. She would come home every day crying and frustrated. Read More »
Elizabeth Fry shares her story on how Franklin Burns helped her daughter to read better. Frank – you rock! QuickSchools.com is a fully-online school management system.
I have a daughter that has ADHD and she has always struggle with school especially with reading. I was taking my daughter to a tutoring company and I saw very little progress. The company would give her worksheets and then they would check on her during the allotted time. I wanted something different that would help my daughter read with more accuracy and fluency. In addition, my daughter was receiving tutoring in the morning at school and she was still receiving very low grades on her report card on reading and language arts. Read More »