SchoolVision takes grading and evaluations to the next level, freeing teachers and faculty from the traditional grade book. The importance of grading has increased as more schools are requesting comparable statistics and standardized metrics. SchoolVision not only allows for more accurate and comprehensive grading, but also saves time and money with automated integrations, mobile capabilities, and web-based access.
From general academic coursework to competency-based technical exams to student self-evaluations, SchoolVision can accommodate.
Customize your grading to fit the needs of each teacher, course or program with flexibility to assign weights, determine competencies and measure student progress with a time or module-based grade.
With web-based and mobile capability, SchoolVision allows teachers to access and update student grades from anywhere. SchoolVision can be accessed in real-time from a mobile device, tablet or personal computer, allowing grades to be recorded on the spot in the classroom, on the floor, or out in the field.
With unlimited storage and the capacity to personalize metrics, SchoolVision can tackle anything from the simplest to the most complex grading needs. Our flexible system can manage an unlimited number of gradable procedures, multiple tiers of sub-procedures, rubric analysis, and metric entry.
SchoolVision is a great tool for teachers using rubrics to guide curriculum and learning. With rubric grading, teachers have the opportunity to set the criteria for which the students will be graded and accurately measure individual performance. Comprehensive gradebooks provide a 360 view of the student's complete academic history.
Integrations with leading school management systems allow you to automatically post summary grades to that system, while maintaining the details of each grade in SchoolVision. Save valuable time and resources with the SchoolVision integration for grading and regain the hours spent by faculty manually re-entering grades.
Grading depends on consistency for fairness and accuracy. When one instructor grades a successful procedure with one set of requirements and another uses different criteria, the grades fail to be meaningful. Never is this more at issue than in a multi-campus school where instructors grade even more independently. To mitigate these issues, SchoolVision’s unifying rubrics and scoring methodologies in its GradeVision module help grading stay consistent across instructors, classes, and campuses.