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See What Other Teachers are Saying About Our Report Card Comment Program! A huge thank-you to the many teachers that have liked us on our Facebook Page. We are at over 600 likes on our Page and continue to grow by the day. We would like to share some of the great comments people have posted… Read More »
Start Creating Your Term 1 Report Card Comments Now! Unfortunately, term 1 report cards are going to be due soon. Fortunately, Student Evaluator is here to help you create those great report card comments in a fraction of the time. Check out our Video on How Student Evaluator works to see just how user-friendly and efficient… Read More »
Progress Report Comment Bank and Comment Generator Program For All Teachers For those teachers out there looking for progress report comments for the upcoming deadline, our program creates great comments for your students. We have created an extensive comment bank that is used to generate specific, professional and encouraging phrases to copy and paste into… Read More »
Student Evaluator is looking to make our report card program useful to our teacher neighbours to the south. In an attempt to make this program even more universal, we are hoping that our American friends can help out. Please consider filling out the following survey after using our free trial. It will only take a… Read More »
We have created a new infographic to visually demonstrate how easy it is to make your own report card comments. Student Evaluator has created a brand new infographic on how to create your own report card comments fast and easily. This infographic can also be printed out as a cheatsheet for you to use while… Read More »
Our Report Card Program is designed to help you easily and effectively generate concise progress report comments. By Clicking on the “Progress Report” option, our program intuitively generates a more succinct and customized comment to suit your school board’s requirements. According to the Growing Success document: Teachers should strive to: use language that parents understand… Read More »