Teacher Resources

  • Educational Software
    Very often, discussions about school and education center on textbooks, lectures, and test scores. When people talk about school they often imagine rows of perfectly lined-up desks with children wai....
  • Teacher Resources
    It seems no matter where you look, there are dozens--and perhaps hundreds--of websites that purport to make a teacher's life easier. The best sites post lesson plans shared by other teachers, ideas fo....
  • How To Calculate Weighted Averages In Grades
    Wondering how to calculate weighted averages in grades? Believe it or not, you're not alone; learning how to calculate weighted averages in grades is a complex process and it can take a fair amount o....
  • Calculating Grades
    Calculating grades can be an absolute nightmare. Some teachers have over two hundred students so the math can be quite complex and tiresome. Using a grading program can cut the time you spend calcul....
  • Posting Secure Grades Online
    Posting secure grades online is definitely an issue for those educators who consider the Internet an integral part of their classroom. You want students and their parents to have constant, easy acces....
  • Weighted Grades
    Using weighted grades is an excellent way to distinguish the importance of different assignment and tests. However, this method of grading only makes calculating the final grades even more complicate....
  • Student Grading Software
    Student grading software is a wise buy for many reasons. But most importantly, student grading software can help make you a better teacher. Read on to learn more on how these remarkable programs can....
  • Bad Grades
    Bad grades are no fun for anybody. Contrary to popular belief, teachers do not enjoy giving students bad grades--it's often just as painful for the teachers as it is for the students. They are, howe....
  • Grading Software For Teachers
    Buying grading software for teachers can be a trying experience. There are so many different kinds of programs available to choose from, you might find yourself quite overwhelmed. What follows is a ....
  • Good Grades
    Everyone loves good grades; teachers love giving them, students love getting them, administrators love referring to them and parents love being proud of them. That having been said, good grades need ....