QuickSchools has just released a new Summary Report for the Online Forms App — Online Form Reference Numbers Report. This report is available for all users with access to the Online Forms Reports, and is ideal for schools that use Public Online Forms.
If you do not have access to the Online Forms Reports, you can enable this by going to App Store > My Apps tab, and click on “Configure” in the Online Forms app. In the configuration window, enter the user or role in the “Who can view Summary Reports” option and Save.
Once this has been enabled, go to Reports, and search for “Online Form Reference Numbers”.
Here is what the report would look like:
This report can be filtered by Online Form Packet, Student Name, and Submission. If you have suggestions for more reports, please feel free to reach out to our support team.
Have you seen the new Comments Bank app? It let’s schools create a system of comments for adding to Report Cards, which makes it a great tool for schools with a lot of students. If it sounds like it might be useful to you, read on! We’ll be taking a quick look at the app and how to use it.
Admins can install the app from the App Store. Head to the Teacher Apps section to find it.
The Test Scores/Certificates app has been a fantastic addition to the QuickSchoolsapp store. It’s a powerful app that’s great for high schools, language schools, higher education, and other institutions that need to track standardized test scores for students. Let’s take a look at the app’s awesome system for managing all those score reports.
First, admins can install the app from the app store. During installation, settings can be configured. It is possible to allow some, any, or all teachers to enter scores, and admins can chose if students can view their own scores in their Student Portal.
We’re really excited to announce the QuickSchools system for Standards-Based Grading, which is now available in the App Store! After receiving requests from teachers and schools, we decided to build out this brand-new module to make it easier for everyone to keep track of standards and grades within the classroom. Whether your school has adopted Common Core or uses another standards system, the SBG-enabled setup and gradebook makes it simple to track students’ progress in many different learning areas.
The SB Gradebook is designed to give teachers and administrators an at-a-glance view of students’ performance for each standard taught in class. Not only does it automatically average students’ grades for a standard by using a formula that schools can choose and configure, but it also has a colorful display that is great for highlighting notable standards or students’ grades. Here’s a look at a sample Gradebook.
There’s a lot going on in this concise gradebook view! Not only can any class be configured to use custom standards, but each and every gradebook has lots of powerful features. Here are some of the highlights….
Several schools that use the awesome QuickSchoolsAttendance module had requested an at-a-glance visual of attendance for all students. The app developers heard your ideas, and now we have a great app to show students attendance for each day. Let’s take a look at this awesome Attendance Snapshot app!
The app is available in the App Store “School Apps section”. Admins can configure who has access to the app, since it shows attendance data for all students in the school regardless of class or grade-level.
The app’s display is structured like a spreadsheet and supports up to 10 scheduled periods from daily, subject-based, period-based, and rotating attendance. Before the day starts, the attendance is blank…
…but as the day continues, it fills up with the attendance information.Read More »
We’ve recently unveiled a brand new app in the QuickSchoolsApp Store. It’s a supplement to the Subjects module, called “Advanced Subject Setup”. This app is great for large schools, schools that have multiple classes for a particular subject, and plenty of other situations as well. If you’re curious about the app, here’s a quick look at it!
Admins can try Advanced Subject Setup and install it from the App Store. It can be configured to allow certain users access to the additional menus, too.
The app blends into the Subjects (or Courses) module very cleanly, so it’s easy to use alongside the main module itself.Read More »