Research Review for School Leaders - Vol. 3

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newest version works well with Windows 95. As a registered user, all future versions come at no additional cost.

Information Storage and Reporting. Scores can be stored numerically or as letter grades. Averages can be calculated for either kind of input. If scores are numeric, then averages are calculated using total points. If letter grades are used, then averages are calculated using the number of grades. Scores can be treated individually or grouped into categories. The reports are varied and include an attendance calendar and seating charts.

Hardware and Software Requirements. This program can be downloaded from the Internet. Version 4.3.9 is now available and requires approximately 740KB.


PRODUCT: GRADEBOOK PLUS
Publisher: Projected Learning Programs Phone: 800-248-0757
Contact: P.O. 13060 405-416-3333
Oklahoma City, OK 73113 Fax: 405-416-3336
E-mail: plp@pinsight.com

Product Description . Gradebook Plus was given the Award of Excellence from Classroom Computer Learning. There are separate versions for the Macintosh and IBM platforms.

Information Storage and Reporting . Teachers define their own grading scales for each class. Letter grades or raw scores can be entered and specific assignments may be exempted from the overall grade. Each score may be weighted. Gradebook Plus automatically calculates the mean, median, and standard deviation. Reports include individual or class reports, histograms, and progress reports. There is a built-in mini word processor that can be used to customize reports for parents. The scores can be easily imported and exported to programs such as Excel, AppleWorksGS, or Lotus 1-2-3.

Hardware and Software Requirements . The Macintosh version requires LC or better, 1 MB RAM, an operating System 6.0.7 or later, and a hard drive. The Windows version requires a 386/26 MHZ processor or better, 4 MB of RAM, a Windows 3.1 operating system or later, a hard drive, and a mouse. Building versions are available.

Additional Features . This software also has the ability to use more than one class in statistical analysis, and to generate a list of missing assignments for any student.


REFERENCES

ABACUSxp Instructional Management System for Macintosh or Windows ( 1998) [Computer Software]. Mesa, AZ: NCS Abacus.

Assessor, The [Computer Software]. ( 1997). Naperville, IL: Software America.

Aurbach,. ( 1991). Grady Profile Companion (Version 1.0.5) [Computer Software]. St. Louis, MO: Aurbach & Associates.

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