At ACSU, we have 7 elementary schools using PowerSchool/ PowerTeacher
Gradebook for standards based progress reports. The process has gone
smoothly and overall the feedback has been positive. Next year, the
middle school is looking to move to a combination of standards/traditional
based progress report.
If you have any questions feel free to give me a call.
Susan T. Sheets
Student Information System Manager
Addison Central Supervisory Union
49 Charles Ave
Middlebury, VT 05753
School Information Technology Discussion <[log in to unmask]> writes:
>Crossett Brook is using Gradebook with a standards-based report. Em Lamson
>is our "powerschool guru" at 244-6100 or [log in to unmask]
>Our curriculum coordinator has used VCAT in another district and is
>advocating for that over PowerTeacher for our K-4. I agree that the
>Gradebook structure may not be conducive to reporting in the primary
>depending on how closely the reporting is tied to specific assessments.
>on 2/4/10 1:32 PM, Jason Miles wrote:
>> Are there any schools out there who are currently using PowerTeacher
>> Gradebook for Standards based assessment. Our district currently has
>> and Powerschool and would like to get some idea if there are any
>> VT who are using Gradebook with standards instead of letter and #
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