Asharp said:I don't think I bought Easy Grade Pro from this website, but this website seems to be pretty informative:
I don't like the grading software my school uses. I've found Easy Grade Pro to be more versatile.
It provides options for changing seating arrangements as well as color coding. I've never used those functions, so I don't know if that set of functions would suit your needs.
I like the ability to weight categories, view students' performance in chart form by class and assignment as well as being able to drag and group assignments however I please. It also has a footnote set of functions that can be customized so that I can keep a record of who has submitted late, early and incomplete, first, second and third drafts of assignments, etc.
All records can be saved as PDFs and the progress reports are easy to generate and are easier to understand for college students than other programs I've tried.
The software program is geared for elementary, secondary, and high school teachers, but I've found it invaluable for college. The company (Orbis) also has a web based version of the product that I plan to examine at some point.
Thank you Asharp. This looks interesting. I wish I could port it to the iPad and it would be perfect.