Very Solid but a Question I really like it so far. I too am thinking of upgrading and buying the full teacher aid app. But can you assign a subjective score instead of using the automatically calculated one by the rubric? Also, is there a way in this app or Teacher Aide to email all the scored rubrics at once for a given assignment to the students? If not, great idea for next update. Thanks.
Best so far, and so tempting, but... A couple questions before I upgrade. Can you create rubrics on a .csv file, or something similar, and then upload it into the program? And also, why is the number of students unlimited in the paid version, but the number of rubrics is still limited? Still the sharpest looking rubric grader that I've seen on Android. I'm really hopeful that this will work seamlessly with Teacher Aide Pro, which I use extensively.
Wow! Perfect! Whipped out a writing rubic in about 10 minutes! Everything I was looking for! Thank you!
Great Its great for teachers
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Excellent Another great in pocket solution. The developer is very responsive and quick to act on suggestions for improvements. This is another great application supplementing the increasing range of useful tools available. After trying a range of different applications from different developers, those I have purchased or downloaded for free from inpocketsolutions are by far of greater quality and provide a better user experience than the majority of the similar applications that are available. Good job.
23 September 2015
• Minor improvements
Create Rubrics and record assessment data on your mobile device. w/ Common Core