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Classroom Management: Managing Grades, Paperwork, and Homework

Strategies, tips, and tools for managing and simplifying paperwork, data collection, and grading.

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Overview

Do you often feel as though you are buried under mounds of paperwork, data, and grading? These webinars cover strategies for reducing paperwork, simplifying grading, and collecting data so that your classroom runs smoother. Discover tips, tools, and strategies for time-saving grading and collecting work in a paperless classroom. You can also examine time-saving options for moving away from homework, while still promoting time-management and responsibility.

Details

Subject: SimpleK12 Assignments
Categories: Classroom Management, Organizational & Time-saving Tools

Contents

  • Classroom Management: Managing Grades, Paperwork, and Homework
Save Time and Simplify Your Grading
Do you spend seemingly endless hours grading student quizzes and tests?more...
Time-saving Forms, Surveys, and Quizzes with Google Forms
Discover how Google Forms can help you generate quick quizzes, surveys, and detailed spreadsheets with charts.more...
Simplify Data Collection and Documentation with Google Forms
Have you been looking for the perfect way to document student progress, knowledge, performance, and anecdotals?more...
Save Time and Paper: Collecting Student Work in a Paperless Classroom
Running a paperless classroom is great, but figuring out how students will turn in their digital work can be tricky.more...
To Homework, or Not to Homework: That is the Question
An ongoing debate rages among many educators over whether or not homework is truly necessary in today's classrooms.more...

Reviews (29)

 
Great tips for saving time with grading retakes
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Thanks for all of the time saving tips!
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Save time and simplify your grading with "Flubaroo" is a must see. Thanks for the information.
 
Someone agrees with me on homework! I assign as little as possible, get them to start it in class so they can ask any questions they may have about it. If they work without fooling around, it gets done. If they fool around, they must finish it as homework. I let parents know this at the beginning of the year.
 
Okay, this guy was pretty entertaining and interesting. I now want to go back and get reacquainted with my Google Classroom and try some of the tips and tricks he offered.
 
This person was a little easier to understand and she didn't move too fast. She gave some great tips for using Google Forms for data collection and documentation. The goals for using Google forms were pretty good. I'm more willing to try her tips.
 
It was okay but like many techies, she moved too fast for me to keep up. I had to keep hitting PAUSE, move the video back a few seconds and continue.
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A good. easy tool to save time. It seems to be easy to use and set up.
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Lots of good information and tips.
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Great tips.
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