The solution consists of:
1. A Student Reporting Database that is the central database for the Student Reporting System
2. An intuitive teacher interface that will give teachers the ability to input grades and assessment information. The
interface will be designed with usability as a primary requirement to accommodate teachers from Prep to Year 12 classes
3. A reporting system that will give the school administrator the ability to create reports in PDF format that can be saved to a file share location. The administrator will be able to print out reports for a year level,
a class set of reports or an individual student report. The reports can be customised for each school and year level group. These reports also drilldown to students through class lists
4. A system to extract the student and class information from eMinerva (student management system) and then import to the Student Reports Database through a custom interface. The data extracted includes student demographic
data such as base class and subject lists.
5. A schools administration screen designed to give school administrators the ability to modify the structure of the report
and change the type of assessment applied to a subject or strand within a subject.
6. Secure individual access meaning that an individual teacher only sees classes, students and information that is pertaining
7. Different reporting template types that are customised per school and per grade. The data though being collected is about to dropped into the right data sections for collective purposes.
8. Teachers have a ‘Comment Bank’ available for the filling out of student reports ensuring consistency and ease of use by the teachers.
9. Schools are able to customise the templates and reports allowing them to have some control of the input but still allowing the overriding body to accumulate the data for reporting and quality purposes.
Student Reporting System has not been reviewed by any customers.
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