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Art Trombley

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  1. Still working on this in my brain: How is this? scan the quiz/test/homework sheet into Evernote Create Notebooks for the class/periods tag the students manually when the time comes, search by name, create a merged file of student work end of year hits - archive, clean up and get set for the new year. This will be a LOT of scans. I do have the premium account so I know I will not be hampered by upload limitations, but it seems like a lot to keep stored. As I said - thinking aloud (sort of) and looking for an improved workflow for my day. Thanks to all who have helped thus far. I love the foru
  2. A lot of great ideas here. Thanks everyone. I am still playing out all the scenarios in my head. What I really want to scan/save are the tests and quizzes. I give 12-15 quizzes per quarter as well as 3-4 tests. I do not really need them after the year ends although I am sure I could archive them as a large PDFs if I wanted. So it seems like the recommendation would be to scan them and manually organize them? I could tag them rather than make notebooks I suppose. Again - still thinking this through before I jump in. The old manila folder in the file cabinet is still working for now. I do apprec
  3. Thanks - I have started using software the numbers the quizzes for easy identification. So that will help. If I add a line for the 4 digit code we use at our school (along with their name) and ask them to write that code legibly that would work fairly well? Ex: Name _______________________________ ID __ __ __ __ (Quiz Number) Thanks again for your time. I live in New York State and we have a bunch of new requirements for accountability in our contract. I am trying to be more pro-active with things like collecting student work for when the new evaluation system for teachers kick in. Not sure
  4. I understand that (I should have made that more clear) but what I am wondering is when I add the quizzes/test papers as a single note how would I search them? The names would be handwritten and, in many cases, hard to read. I am wondering if there is way to make the papers more identifiable by a search. Something like a student ID perhaps? My goal - a parent comes to see me and I pull up scans of all their work without having to manually tag them. Thanks for the help. I know I am a newbie to the forum but I have been a ScanSnap use and Evernote fan for a quite while. I am just trying to get
  5. This may be an obvious question but I am wondering how I would do something like this: I give a quiz - I grade/correct the quiz - I scan them as a class. But then I would like to call up all the graded papers for John Doe. How can I have the students identify themselves to make this happen? I hope this makes sense. Thanks for the help.
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