McGraw-Hill Connect: Grades without the manual grading

McGraw-Hill Connect
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Quizzes, tests and other assessments are as much a part of education today as a century ago, but McGraw-Hill Education’s Connect can reduce the amount of time teachers need to spend correcting tests and homework. In other words, it takes much of the grading burden off teachers by auto-correcting a variety of assessments, freeing up time for teachers to concentrate on instruction. 

A big bonus is that the program’s shared library of resources lets a school or district use the same course materials, assignments and assessments across a range of classes. The main screen not only shows what’s been handed in and the grade but Connect highlights assignments not handed in.

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Brian Nadel