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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Can we create example discipline referrals, intervention plans or testing accommodations for fictitious students?

Yes. We have some test students that you can use for example referrals and for practice in learning how to use the system.

The data about test students will not appear in reporting so won't skew your statistics.

Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer are two test students. And even if you have actual students who have those names, the system can tell the difference.

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Keywords: FAQ: Discipline Manager, tips, FAQ: Intervention Manager, FAQ: Testing Manager

 

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Once we've loaded our student list, how can we add new students?

Typically, at the beginning of the school year, schools send Edclick their new student list. We load the new list into the database. (For some schools, we can make this process automatic. Ask us how.)

However, throughout the year, students come and go. How can we keep up? There are two ways.

  1. You can send Edclick a new file of student data to load whenever you like.
  2. If you have just a few changes to make, you can make those changes individually yourself. There is no problem that changes you make might get out of sync with changes we make.

Of course, if we are doing automatic student list uploads from your school, the right thing just happens and no one has to do anything. 

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Keywords: FAQ: Discipline Manager, tips

 

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Does Testing Manager have a way of keeping track of which teachers have signed their oaths of compliance?

Yes. Many states are like Texas in that they require that teachers sign an oath that they will keep starndardized test booklets secure. Every teacher needs to sign an oath and signed oaths must be kept on file for several years. Necessary, perhaps, but it is another paperwork bother for testing coordinators to deal with.

Testing Manager makes managing oaths much easier. Testing Manager 

  • Automatically keeps track of whom the oaths were requested,
  • Which teachers have signed their oaths,
  • Which teachers have not signed their oaths and
  • Maintains an online archive of signed oaths without taking up file cabinet space.

It's all done electronically but has the same legal status as a signed piece of paper.

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Keywords: FAQ: Testing Manager, tips

 

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Can Tutoring Manager specify tutoring to the level of individual learning standards?

Yes. When assigning a student to tutoring, one often wants to student to master a particular body of knowledge or a particular skill. In assessing the effectiveness of the tutoring (or the tutor), one needs to know what to assess.

Although Tutoring Manager can be used to track generic tutoring assignments (e.g., "catch up in math") it can also be specific to individual learning standards. In addition, tutors can be qualified in general (e.g., "Math") or can be qualified for particular learning standards. The latter opens the possibilities for maintaining a database of students who tutor their peers on specific learning standards.

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Keywords: FAQ: Tutoring Manager, tips

 

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

How can I verify that emails to parents were actually sent?

Sometimes you want to verify or prove that an email that you sent to a parent about their child actually was sent.

We now have a way to archive copies of all emails to parents sent through Discipline Manager. You can specify a Discipline BCC address. If you have one, every email to parents will also be blind copied to the Discipline BCC address. Simply archive these copies and have a full record of the emails you have sent to parents.

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Keywords: FAQ: Discipline Manager, tips

 

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Can Edclick do custom website designs?

Yes. Custom website designs can be done for a fee. The fee depends upon the complexity of the design. Contact us if interested in a custom design.

We have a variety of design templates for School Site Manager sites that we customize for your school. There is no charge for those customizations. The fee only applies to completely custom designs.

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Keywords: FAQ: School Site Manager, getting started

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