Student Evaluator Has Saved Our Teachers:

23 Years
4 Months
18 Days
11 Hours
33 Minutes
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Through extensive time trial testing we have found that teachers save an average of 17 minutes per report when using the Student Evaluator evaluation tool.

This counter increases by 17 minutes for each report that is written by our teachers and has been running since Student Evaluator was started in 2012. What will you do with the time you save?

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New Version Coming This Week

News

Hello teachers! Good news from SE today, our new reporting programme will be ready to go by the end of this week barring any last minute emergencies. This new version includes a whole lot of new goodies which will be announced in a couple of days. Kindergarten Teachers – YES! We will have our new… Read More »

Kindergarten Beta Test – Reserve Your Spot

News

We have a limited number of spots available for our January 2017 beta test of our new Kindergarten reporting program that was developed with the new Ontario frame-based reporting format. If you are interested in taking part in a trial, click here for more information.

New Kindergarten Report Card Comments on the Way!

News

We are working on a new version of our popular report card program for the new Ontario Kindergarten Report Cards. Our teachers are presently hard at work developing report card comments for the new Ontario Kindergarten Report Card.  The comments will be designed using the new Kindergarten addendum to the Growing Success Document.  Our program… Read More »

Tips for Report Card Writing, Part Two

News

Familiarize Yourself with the Curriculum Sometimes, as teachers, when we’re given a new teaching assignment or asked to teach unfamiliar content, or simply have too much on our plate, it can be easy to fall into a pattern of “winging it.” This may make our lives easier at some points during the school year, but… Read More »

10 Tips to Writing Effective Report Card Comments

News

1.  Make comments easy to understand for students and parents As simple as this may seem, we often forget who our audience is (We sometimes write comments to appease our admin), and we need to develop comments that are meaningful for both parents and students alike. 2.  Communicate often with parents Make it a regular… Read More »

Tips for Report Card Writing, Part One

News

Get Organized Early On There’s no better way to cause yourself term-end stress than to feel like you’ve left all your marking and filing to the last minute. The school year can be relentless, and it’s easy to fall behind on the after-hours work, but try to establish a marking and recording schedule in September… Read More »

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