Monday, March 3, 2014

Featured 3-3-2014: Lightning Grader

Lightning Grader

Lightning Grader is a web application that allows educators to quickly and easily create and grade assessments and generate robust reports about student, class, and school performance.

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Lightning Grader furnishes three different styles of assessments, including flexible assessment, giving educators the ability to personalize questions. Essay questions offer four different-size text boxes for students to enter their responses, all student work can be viewed online.
Assessments can be printed on paper then automatically graded by simply scanning them through a regular copy machine and uploading the files to the system. After that, Lightning Grader does all the work.
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With the Rich Text Editor feature, educators can quickly and easily choose from an extensive list of functions and math equations making it easy to create math and science questions.
Questions can be aligned to state and Common Core Standards with just a click of the mouse.

Launched in 2012, Elijah Stambaugh, a former junior high school math teacher, invented Lightning Grader as an efficient way to improve his students’ performance without the tedium of grading stacks of papers.

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