Class List Creation Software Adds Teacher Resources To Website

Class Composer, a software company, based in Boulder, Colorado, has recently added a blog to their website. Class Composer provides teachers with the ability to create fair and equitable classes while taking into account the needs of all students.

The blog will feature tips about mindset and productivity and how to leverage the concepts that prompted the creation of the Class Composer software. Software co-founder Mike Cronley notes that "my goal was to create positive learning environments where elementary teachers can better meet their students' social, emotional, and academic needs."

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Cronley continued by outlining many of the problems educators face regarding tasks like class list creation. For example, many educators still use blue and pink paper card or sticky notes to manage grouping students. While these methods have been relied on in the past, Cronley points out the inefficiencies of these methods. These methods become problematic if changes need to be made to the class grouping or if educators need to reference this data at a later date.

Cronley also points out that, while Class Composer isn't the only software that allows educators to group students in classes, there are some features separate Class Composer from competitors.

Cronley points to some fundamental questions that educators should be asking before purchasing software for their school. Class list software should be able to provide a holistic view of all the data associated with one student as well as the data silos being created. Another feature educators should look for in the software is ease of use.

"The software should be intuitive and not require a lot of extensive training," Cronley comments. Additionally, educators should be able to compare student data and gain meaningful insights to address students in need of additional support, such as MTSS and RTI.

For more information about Class Composer, interested parties are encouraged to try the free sandbox for 14-days. During this trial period, users can experience how the software can streamline their class list creation processes.

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For more information about Class Composer, contact the company here:

Class Composer
Mike Cronley
(800) 214-3620
mcronley@classcomposer.com

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