Ep. 82: Making Grading Easy With David From Grade Transferer

In this episode, I chat with David Polgar from Grade Transferer. Let’s make this easy for everyone. If you input grades into one system and then have to transfer them to another program, such as your Student Information System, then this episode is a MUST for you to listen to. David tells us how the idea for Grade Transferer came to be, how it works, and how teachers can get started using it right away. So download this episode and give it a listen during your commute, workout, or as you’re grading to hear how to make your life a bit easier with Grade Transferer. Buen provecho!

About Grade Transferer

Teachers have to spend way too much time on things that aren’t actually teaching. The quality of lessons suffer as a result, because time is wasted on clerical work like data re-entry rather than crafting engaging lessons and activities. David & Kinga (both teachers, from families of teachers) came up with GradeTransferer to combat the major time-sucking challenge of getting grades from Google Classroom into your gradebook without you having to retype and sort them all. GradeTransferer can save you hours per week and is now used by hundreds of districts and tens of thousands of teachers. It’s a small app that can make a big difference in a teacher’s life!

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Ep. 91: Roxi, Coaching During A Pandemic, And Sandwiches EdTech Bites Podcast

In this episode, I chat with previous Roxi Thompson to look at how coaching was redefined during the pandemic. We reflect on our jobs as educational coaches a year later and examine what we learned and how we will move forward with these new skills. We connected during our lunch times so what better food to share virtually during lunch than a good sandwich! It’s a great episode that any instructional or edtech coach can learn from and more importantly, use as a means as a reflection. So grab yourself a sandwich and give this episode a listen. Buen provecho! Connect With Gabriel Carrillo EdTech Bites Website: https://edtechbites.com EdTech Bites Twitter: https://twitter.com/edtechbites EdTech Bites Instagram: https://instagram.com/edtechbites EdTech Bites Facebook Page: https://facebook.com/edtechbites EdTech Bites YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQCZcyW4BkCFQ5P2BLK61xg About Roxi Thompson Roxi Thompson has ten years of experience in education, which includes eight years as a Social Studies teacher at the elementary and middle school levels. She spent the last two years serving as an Education Technology Specialist for the Washington Elementary School District in Glendale, Arizona. Next year, she will be taking on a new role as the district’s first Instructional Technology Coach with a focus on working 1:1 with teachers to drive impactful technology use in schools across the district. Part of this new role will include supporting teachers in the district’s first “Distance Learning Program” for families who choose a 100% online learning environment for their students. Roxi is passionate about empowering teachers to utilize technology to create powerful learning experiences for students.  Connect With Roxi Thompson Roxi on Twitter: https://twitter.com/roxi_thompson Roxi on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/roxi_thompson/ Roxi on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/roxithompsonedu Roxi’s Blog: https://roxithompsonedu.blogspot.com/
  1. Ep. 91: Roxi, Coaching During A Pandemic, And Sandwiches
  2. Ep. 90: 2020-2021 Wrap Up With Brianna, Carl, And Tom
  3. Ep. 89: 5 Tips For Teacher, Parents, And Students To Prepare For State Testing
  4. Trailer EdTech Bites En Español
  5. Ep. 88: Thomas Murray, Authentic EdTech Integration, And Wings

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