This webinar will focus on tools/modules related to Online Learning, which include:Read More »
This will bring up the following screen:
This feature is useful if you want to print and post grades outside the classroom. When using this function, there are several option to configure the layout as well as what information is displayed:Read More »
QuickSchools allows teachers to copy grades from one of their gradebooks into another existing gradebook. This could be helpful if the teacher needs to merge gradebooks, or if a student moves to another class.
First, go to the Gradebook where the grades are to be copied into (i.e. the destination gradebook) and click any student name. This will bring up a window that lists all the subjects the student is enrolled in. Click the Copy button to start the copy of grades:
The ‘Copy grades’ window appears where you can add students whose grades need to be copied. You can also map the columns accordingly:
Click the Copy Grades button to initiate the copy. A popup window will appear to confirm the copy:
Review the grades then click Save to complete the process.
For more information, please click our support article here: Copy Grades From One Gradebook To Another
The QuickSchools Gradebook is one of our core modules and we spend a lot of time making sure teachers have the best possible experience when working with it. We’ve been taking teachers’ feedback and have made a lot of improvements over time.
We’ve organized different articles, and tailored them for admins and teachers. Please see the list of articles below.
Gradebook Setup for Admin
Administrators can easily and conveniently configure Gradebook Settings for the entire school via the Grading Setup menu. These settings will be reflected in every teacher’s Gradebook. Check out the article here: Gradebook Setup For Admins
Gradebook Setup for Teachers
Teachers can set up their own grading scales and categories if permitted by the school admin. Otherwise, they have to use what the admins have centrally set up for the school. But teachers can configure other Gradebook settings based on their preference. Learn more from the article: Gradebook Setup for Teachers
Gradebook Basics – How to use the Gradebook
Advanced Gradebook Features
School is back! We wanted to make sure teachers are all set as you start the new school year. If you have new teachers going onboard, this article would be very helpful. For existing teachers, this is a good refresher!
Teachers need to effectively use Quickschools. So we are hoping teachers can maximize using the system to make their tasks simpler and to promote streamlined communication and collaboration with parents and students.
Our Teacher Portal video tutorial shows you how to get started with Quickschools and what are the things you can do using different modules (e.g. Gradebook, Attendance, Report Cards, Homework, etc.).
Aside from video tutorial, we also have a Getting Started article that you can read through: Getting Started As A Teacher
As you get the hang of using our system, we’d like to introduce how you can engage parents to help them track their student’s progress, or better yet, involve them in their student’s progress in school: Engaging Parents
And of course we are here for you if you have any question. Looking forward to hear from you, please chat with us!