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6 Awesome Tools to Create Online Gradebooks for Teachers

Gone are the days when  teachers would rely only on traditional gradebooks to record both their teaching progress and their students achievements. Now, technology has made it easier for teachers to create and access their gradebooks online and from anywhere with internet connection.


Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has compiled a set of awesome tools that you can use for grading, managing your courses and student information, taking attendance, and even sharing with parents their kids grades. Check out the list below and share it with your colleagues.


1- Engrade



It is the number one online gradebook in class management system with more than 2 million  members . Engrade is completely free and is a great way to post class information for students and parents .




2- Plan Boo Edu



Plan Book Edu helps you with your lesson planning and makes your plans available anywhere you go. It also lets you attach files, Common Core Standards, print, export to Word or PDF, and share with your colleagues.



3- School Crcuit



This is an awesome platofrm where you easily create and use your online gradebook, check your grades instantly and find posted assignments and interact with your students.



4- LearnBoost



LearnBoost provides you with all the software you need to manage your classroom and school. It offers an online gradebook, lesson planning tools and many more.



5- Schoology



Use Schoology to manage your lessons, gradebooks, engage your students, share content, and connect with other educators.



6- Edmodo


Edmodo provides a safe and easy way for your class to connect and collaborate, share content, and access homework, grades and school notices.

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  1. Our school uses Sycamore Education and loves it! Teachers put in grades, parents can login and view the grades, administrators can generate report cards and that's just the tip of the iceberg.

    There are so many other options for gradebooks, not just these few. Look for a system that can do it all: grading, attendance, transcripts, medical information, emergency alerts, etc. because oftentimes, schools spend more money on a pieced-together system (using multiple products) than if they use one comprehensive system.

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