With the new year, I’d like to take a look back at the new features and tools Infinite Campus provided teachers in 2019. Continue reading “New for teachers in 2019”
If you used Discussions previously, get ready to be delighted. It is now easier to use, easier to score, and much more versatile. The new Discussions tool allows you to pose a question to your class where students can respond to you and to each other. The layers of conversation are easy to see so both students and teachers can easily follow the conversation. Continue reading “Campus Learning Overhauls Discussions”
Goodbye Google Classroom! Now you can do it all with Campus Learning.
I used Google Classroom with sixth graders. There were things I liked about it and things I didn’t like. I didn’t like how hard it was to implement standards-based grading. How could I align an assignment to more than one standard and provide scores for each standard separately? Google Classroom also made me use points for everything. If you use standards-based grading and want your score to align to multiple standards, you have to add them up instead and figure out a different way to communicate different scores. If your district uses something other than points, what do you do then? I also didn’t like the double entry of scores. Not only is double entry double the work, but it adds another opportunity to make mistakes. Continue reading “Campus Learning makes scoring Google submissions easy”
Teachers experience new Turnitin functionality with Campus Learning in closed beta program
Teachers at Bishop Kearney High School in Rochester, NY took part in a closed beta program integrating Turnitin with Campus Learning. How did it go?
“In a nutshell, it cut my workload in half,” said Michael la Liberte.
He went on to explain that, prior to the integration, “I would create the assignment in Infinite Campus and then I’d have to create the assignment again in Turnitin.com.” And that wasn’t Continue reading ““It cut my workload in half””