Can there be a grade book option so that I can keep grades?
Google Classroom has a gradebook. So glad ClassCharts logs in automatically with Google Classroom. It is a nuisance trying to get parents that are already signed up on Google Classroom to join the ClassCharts. Only a fraction of the codes make it home. Perhaps the lists could sync together. The Excel files and names lists work well for transferring though.
Mr bassem kashour commented
grades/ reward points if it is possible to transfer them to excel sheet with their dates would be great
Could you please add on the export into CSV file feature?
Dina Teres commented
Keep a Google Sheet document with marks...or have a way to output "Class Charts" marks to a Google Sheet.
Mr. Anderson commented
This would be an incredibly useful option to have, especially if it can be linked to Edmodo.
Allan Ortiz commented
I also agree with Mr. Cooper.
I agree with Mr. Cooper. I need to trasform ClassChart points in an Excel spreadsheet, in order to calculate my students' grades calculating average, standard deviation, etc.
J.R. Cooper commented
My district uses the Powerteacher Gradebook for attendance and grading. If you're unfamiliar with it you can find an overview here: http://www.pearsonschoolsystems.com/products/powerteacher/features/
It would be lovely if I could just import my class lists from there into your program instead of having to convert everything to an Excel document or type it all by hand. Or if I could do my grading here and just import it there. Or at the very least copy and paste or something!
I also loved Andrew Hanson's idea of being able to add or subtract behavior points on individual assignments.
Andrew Hanson commented
GradeCam has a "copy and paste" feature to transfer grades there to practically any grade book. Here's my thought: it would be so convenient if behavior points could be added/subtracted from an assignment in this planned grade book, then copied and pasted to the official school grade book.
can we add class performance in language and communication to get students grades
Matthew Begg commented
We would prefer to keep grades in SIMS Assessment manager, but if the other suggestion of linking with SIMS happened, then that's fine. We wouldn't want to encourage grades to be stored outside of a school's MIS.