Class Charts, a free service for creating online seating charts and behavior charts and reports, has recently added some handy new features. As before you can create charts in a “seating” format that shows seat placement or you can use a list view. You can use students’ real pictures in your charts or you can use one of the avatar images in your charts. Now you can flip the charts to display the students’ perspective on a whiteboard.
Class Charts already allowed sharing of attendance and behavior data with parents and students, now you can share your narrative comments too.
The last update is an option to select all students with one click and assign attendance date to all with one click. This means that if all students are present, you don’t have to individually mark them present because you can do it in bulk.
You can read more about Class Charts here.
Disclosure: Class Charts is advertising on Free Technology for Teachers this month.