We all know that current in-class standardized test data takes weeks or months to analyze before teachers and parents even see the results. That’s why we can’t wait to tell you about our newest feature: The Gradeable Mobile App. Now by using the Gradeable mobile app, teachers can optimize every minute of their classroom with actionable insights. But how is this different from the scanner method?
For starters, you don’t have to travel to the scanner in the central office anymore. The mobile app integrates with the free-standing Gradeable Inbox and is easy to assemble and can be placed anywhere in the classroom to be accessible to students. Follow the pictures for a visual walk-through of the app:
Assemble the free-standing Gradeable Inbox. It acts as the paper collector and where your iPhone will sit to scan papers as they are handed in.
Open your new Gradeable app. (It really is going to be amazing.)
Login with your Gradeable account. Don’t have one? Go to Gradeable to get one!
The mobile app is a more flexible replacement to the scanner. From the phone, you can scan and view your uploads.
Grading will still be done from the web platform, but clicking on each class will show which uploads went through.
Start the scanner by tapping “Start scanner” which will use your phone’s camera and flash.
Place the iPhone on the top tray with the camera lens positioned through the specially-designed slit. Each time a student slips in a paper, the camera will recognize the QR code and snap a picture with a discernible “photo click.”
Once all students finish turning in assignments, tap on manage scans and tap on the upload option on the lower right corner. Upload all scans and in minutes, your Gradeable account will populate with results.
Simply review and grade uploads from the web platform and reteach students with the data immediately!
There you have it – let students into the grading fun by introducing the mobile app into your classroom. You’ll have all the information you need to their learning success before the last student leaves the classroom.