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As we focus on the final report of the school year, perhaps you’d like to know about some of the “secret settings” of Student Evaluator. Well, not really secret, but cool nonetheless. Gender neutral pronouns – If xe wants, xe gets! When creating a new student, simply choose your preferred pronoun format from the… Read More »
On February 13, 2018, the new Minister of Education, Indira Naidoo-Harris, announced that the province wide implementation of global competencies/transferable skills in the Ontario report card will not more forward for the 2018-19 school year. It would appear that ETFO’s position is “that while the global competencies/transferable skills are important for students, educators should be… Read More »
We have been working very hard to provide a gender neutral reporting solution for our teachers. When creating a report you may now choose which pronoun you’d like to use for each of your students. These pronouns will be automatically inserted for each student individually into your report, depending on your choice of pronoun.
We just released a new version of our Kindergarten reporting tool today and it is awesome! Our amazing group of writers toiled endlessly this summer to rewrite the entire programme to include Key, Growth and Next Steps in Learning for EACH overall expectation! Now instead of having to choose the focus of your report you… Read More »
Hello kindergarten teachers, Hope your week went well. We know you’ve been itching to try out our new tool – so we created a page with a little more info about our program. Click here for more information about our latest addition to our suite of evaluation tools.
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 »