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How to manage your students.

Last post 07-11-2018, 7:11 AM by Michael08. 3 replies.
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  •  06-25-2015, 5:07 AM 878601

    How to manage your students.

    There are many traditional methods to manage your students. (excel, hand writting notes, calendar etc) You can also make your life easier by using a software or mobile applications. 

    Our team worked 2 years on a project to develop a complete software which teachers can afford to use. Our main focus was to help teachers reduce their workload and spend their time on teaching rather dealing with administration work. We also realize that teachers need to communicate with parents efficiently. Though our web-based platform we give the parents the opportunity to monitor their kids behavior and progress, their developement and have a constant communication with the teachers.

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  •  07-10-2017, 9:28 AM 904476 in reply to 878601

    Re: How to manage your students.

    This is very tough job for you if you are teacher some time we need to face those students who have no interest in study and not want to come to class.The resume editing service provide some tips if you follow the tips may be you handle your students for sure.
  •  07-09-2018, 2:42 AM 909350 in reply to 878601

    Re: How to manage your students.

    You've reached the end of another grading period, and what could be more daunting than the task of composing insightful, original, and unique comments about every child in your class? The following positive statements will help you tailor your comments to specific children and highlight their strengths.

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  •  07-11-2018, 7:11 AM 909396 in reply to 878601

    Re: How to manage your students.

    Managing students is really hard. I am school teacher and it is really hard for me to manage my students. I want to manage them, so i was reading some tips in wizessay.com website and while reading tips, i have found your post link in blog. Your post is very helpful for me. I can now try to manage my students like you said in your post.
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