Improved Student-Teacher Collaboration

The record keeping of students’ details including assignments, records of absences and registration of notes means the teacher can keep track of students’ progress and use that data to correctly evaluate the state of each student.

This provides a wealth of information on teacher’s activities in school and this is something that can be positively used to achieve better results. The software provides data on a teacher’s class schedule, details regarding class timing, student’s academic progress and classroom activities.

This is essential in determining which students require extra help and their areas of weakness. The teacher also gets an opportunity to get an in-depth analysis of each student as opposed to the current systems where some teachers can’t even name some of their students.

That personal feel is not only important in boosting the student’s morale and self-esteem in class, but also crucial in maintaining discipline and ensuring everyone is on the same page when it comes to matters assignments and class work.

This way, it’s easier for the teacher to plan or work on schemes to help different students in areas where they’re lacking. This could be through establishing group discussions and balancing the composition based on ability or singling out the ones that need to see the teacher for extra work.

This isn’t just limited to classwork though, the system manages the extracurricular activities in the school so the teachers get to follow the students’ activities outside class as well and this increases the understanding between the two parties. This is indicated in the student’s profile and it’s information that the teacher has access to.

With all those tools for the teacher to work with, the student-teacher relationship would be much closer and that can only be viewed as a positive with every student’s needs addressed separately and more accurately.