Classroom IQ is a cloud-based grading platform for teachers. As schools move away from multiple-choice assessments to more open-ended assessments, grading becomes an ever larger challenge for teachers, and the problem may only increase as schools adopt Common Core curriculum. Founders Steve Dillinger and Dave Beazelys aim to help teachers speed through grading open-ended student work.
To use Classroom IQ, teachers scan assignments via a conventional scanner and upload the materials via email or Dropbox to the platform. The software automatically matches handwritten work to individual students. It then isolates each individual assignment or problem, groups all student responses to a specific question and shares the materials back with teachers. This allows teachers to line up all responses by question and grade them more expediently. Once teachers grade the assignments, Classroom IQ creates maps of students’ results so that teachers can spot patterns and trends.
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