Technology is revolutionising the field of education, playing a crucial role in shaping its future. However, with the myriad of options available, selecting the right technology solutions for your school can be an overwhelming task.
To help ease this burden, we have explored some of the top-rated and highly recommended classroom management software solutions for schools.
Created by a UK teacher in 2015, Mega Seating Plan automatically integrates with your school’s MIS and imports your students’ data, photos, assessments and more. They boast their use of machine learning to categorise students automatically based on behaviour.
They claim to save over 7 hours of teacher time per year and have highly praising reviews on their website, worth a look for any school looking to integrate AI based seating plan software.
Mark Mate was founded in 2016 and was featured on UK’s Dragons Den. They claim to drastically reduce teacher workload by bringing digital methods to your book marking. Mark Mate enables teachers to verbalise their comments as they mark student’’ book which is then dictated to a mobile app and can be printed.
An individual license can be purchased for as little as £8.49 a month, and they allow you to register for a free trial to try before you buy.
Class Charts offers seating plans and behaviour management software and claims to save 30 hours of teaching time per year. The website also states that 100% of schools who were in requires improvement for personal development and behaviour had their rating upgraded to Good after implementation.
Already used by one third of the UK Secondary school market, Satchel one is a market leading learning platform. Made by the team that also developed Show My Homework, Satchel One is becoming a popular MIS for schools, and has a full range of features to give your school a one stop cloud solutions to manage your apps, students staff, and school academic structure.
The UK’s fastest-growing interactive PE planner aimed at creating exciting PE lessons for early years, key stage 1 and key stage 2. iPEP is the UK’s first fully interactive PE system and assessment tool, and is aligned with Ofsted guidelines and frameworks. With over 1000 videos and games to help shape your PE lessons, iPEP is a handy tool to save teachers a lot of admin time.
What software does your school use that has helped you at school? Let us know in the comments section below.
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