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Looking for apps/programs that will grade student work.

Jul 26, 2014 11:02am

I have iPads, tablets, and laptop carts available at different times throughout the week.

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    • Aug 2, 2014 10:19am

      I use Google forms for my tests/quizzes, parent contact information, and other assignments. You just need to attach the script Flubaroo (http://www.flubaroo.com/) to the form, and you can have it grade the assignments for you. It also provides a nifty line item analysis, so you can easily determine the problems students struggled to answer correctly. Flubaroo will email students their score plus the questions they missed. You can request a key to be sent as well. For kids who don't have an email, they just use mine. I just show them the results in class.

      • Jul 27, 2014 10:21am

        Do you use Edmodo? You can create quizzes on Edmodo which it grades for you--at least the objective questions.

        • Jul 27, 2014 9:13pm

          Hi Teri, Did you experienced using EDMODO apps in tablet? thank you.

          • Jul 28, 2014 7:32am

            Richard, I personally have not used Edmodo on a tablet; I don't own a tablet. I will admit it works best on computers/laptops, but my students accessed it on a variety of devices including smartphones. One or two did have tablets.

            • Jul 28, 2014 11:00am

              Thank you Katie. I enjoyed reading your blog. I plan on using the paperrater site.

              Thanks Teri. I have used Edmodo, but I've never added assignments. Don't the students need email accounts for Edmodo? My students are 10 and 11 year olds.

              • Jul 28, 2014 11:33am

                Stephanie, Edmodo asks for an email when the students enter your class code, but it is NOT a required field. I just double-checked by signing in as a make-believe student in one of my classes.

                • Jul 30, 2014 8:31pm

                  Thanks Katie for the info on the free site.

                  • Aug 2, 2014 10:37am

                    I would suggest the following app:

                    Showbie

                    http://www.showbie.com

                    It looks especially easy to use with elementary students. It allows you to assign which is paperless and they can take a photo of their work and send it to you.

                    • Aug 2, 2014 9:04pm

                      I use Edmodo ! It is an online classroom that includes quizzes! Worth checking out!

                      • Aug 2, 2014 9:06pm

                        I use Edmodo with laptops but I also use iPad. The app for Edmodo is a little different from the online site but it works.

                        • Aug 4, 2014 10:29am

                          I like GradeCam There are free and paid versions. The students use a scantron-type paper to respond and scan it with the GradeCam app. Scores reported instantly!

                          • Aug 4, 2014 11:49am

                            Re: Edmodo -- I really like the site, and use it a fair amount, BUT I had a lot of problems last school year with their quizzes, which I tried to use two different times. Both times there were bugs and server problems. Good news? Edmodo support responds pretty quickly. Not so good? I couldn't trust the online quiz results, and eventually decided I could not count the Edmodo quiz as a regular grade.

                            • Aug 6, 2014 6:36am

                              RE: Edmodo...I've used Edmodo assignments and quizzes for two years and I've never had a problem. At this point, I put all objective (multiple choice/matching) quizzes on Edmodo. The students can take them in class, in the media center, or at home. Now the only quizzes I need to grade are the essay questions.

                              • Aug 17, 2014 9:14pm

                                Check out My Access, which is an online essay grading program we use. It has some kinks, but overall is a useful tool.