Are you looking for spreadsheet creation apps, tools, and resources that you can use in your school district? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
Fresh Schools – This app is designed to help schools save time spent on paperwork, spreadsheets, forms, and mass emails. It is user-friendly and will help to automate school PTA/PTO communications and fundraising. It helps increase parent awareness about children’s progress.
Enrollsy – This software handles enrollment, billing, payments, and back-office software that keeps its users from running into debt. It helps enrollment programs attain their capacity and effectively manages them; it transforms your spreadsheets into powerful, accurate, searchable, and organized data.
Google Docs– Google Docs is an online word processor, presentation editor, and spreadsheet that allows educators and their students to create, store, and securely share online live interaction. It comes with all the traditional functions of Microsoft Word but enables students to interact by giving and receiving responses from teachers through the suggestion and comment functions.
iDoceo– No Internet connection is needed to use this new powerful and straightforward grade book for iPad. It comes with a unique spreadsheet engine that will calculate averages as soon as you enter information in it. Any form of information for each student, class, and semester can be entered visually without having to use boring spreadsheets.
Roambi Analytics– Roambi Analytics provides fast, simple mobile access to any data assets to bring data to life for every data consumer at anytime, anywhere, and on any device. It is a challenged-based project used for transposing information and data into a spreadsheet designed by students on their iPhone and iPad without having to worry about their device getting slow or crashing.
Smart Seat – Smart Seat can help you create seating charts, take attendance, and randomly select student names to call on students or create teams. Student attendance records are available to export as a spreadsheet for any time duration up to one year in the past, making these records easily compatible with your school’s student information system. Seating charts can display student nicknames, photos, or full names, allowing you to get to know student names at the beginning of the year and integrate new students into the classroom easily. There is also a section of the app that can be used for individual student notes, such as classroom behavior or teacher concerns.