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Class Composer
by Class Composer
GRADES / Elementary (Grades K-4), Middle School (Grades 5-8)
PRICING PLANS / Free, License
PLATFORMS / Web Browser

Create elementary school class lists

Overview

Class Composer allows teams of elementary school teachers to create class lists easily. Teachers use imported data and the tool’s interface to visually assign students to teachers. Class Composer is available as a free trial for one grade or for paid use for a whole school.

IMPLEMENTATION

Teacher teams begin the Class Composer process by customizing and inputting student variables. Teachers fill out a rubric for each student: A student’s gender and current teacher are included, as well as subjective scores for performance in various subjects and behavior. Finally, characteristics like ELL are noted for each student. The program comes with a set of characteristics (e.g. ELL, 504 plan, etc.) but schools can add their own as necessary (e.g. in a special reading group, etc.). Finally, teachers can mark parent requests for a particular teacher, or requests to be separated from, or kept with, other students.

Once all students have been added to the system, teams use Class Composer’s display to assign students to teachers. Each student is represented as a “card,” much like a Trello board. As teachers drag a student’s card from class to class, the tool automatically updates stats for a class at the top of the screen. Requests for students to be included in a class or to be separated from other students are displayed visually as a teacher attempts to move the card (see demo video above).

PRICING

Class Composer is available for a yearly subscription price of $400 per school. Schools can also try out the product in one grade level for free for seven days.

WHO’S USING IT?

Class Composer is launching in Spring of 2016.

EDUCATOR REVIEWS

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Catherine Full starFull starFull starFull starNo star
Teacher - Team Leader. School Type: Elementary School, Low Income Population

1. I would include functionality to allow other teachers on my team to see my "card deck" so we could talk as a team about our kids.
2. I would like to be able to sort kids in the school year using the app. I would like to be able to sort kids based on any of the identifiers on the card current...

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EDUCATOR REVIEWS

Catherine Full starFull starFull starFull starNo star
Teacher - Team Leader. School Type: Elementary School, Low Income Population

1. I would include functionality to allow other teachers on my team to see my "card deck" so we could talk as a team about our kids.
2. I would like to be able to sort kids in the school year using the app. I would like to be able to sort kids based on any of the identifiers on the card current...

Doloumar Full starFull starFull starFull starNo star
Santiago High School. School Type: High School, College Prep School

I would like to suggest the following:
1. Please a platform for high school.
2. Please have a more "objective" rubric for assigning the points for the students.
3. A typical highschool classroom wo...

PRICING PLANS

Free

Free version - Free seven day trial period for a grade level in a school.
Can be purchased by School Leader or District Administrator.

License

Yearly subscription - Software as a service. $400/year for a whole school subscription. Discounted volume purchases through school districts and other educational organizations.
Can be purchased by School Leader or District Administrator.

TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS

This product is accessible via a web browser.

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