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New Quick Key Mobile 'Pro' App Extends Digital Grading Opportunities

New Quick Key Mobile 'Pro' App Extends Digital Grading Opportunities

Quick Key Mobile has released a Pro version of its mobile app and Web dashboard in order to help teachers improve student performance "without teaching to the test."

According to a press release, the unlimited mobile assessment software helps make “tedious and time-consuming hand-grading and data analysis a thing of the past.”

“In the classroom, the most important relationship is between teacher and student,” said Walter O. Duncan, 15-year veteran teacher and co-founder of Quick Key Mobile in the release. “Quick Key Mobile strengthens that relationship.”

The release said the app “is currently available for iOS devices” and it will be available for Android devices on Feb. 15.

According to the release, teachers will also be able to use the app “to align their quiz questions to standards. The freshly redesigned website also enables teachers to add questions, text for answers and images to quizzes.”

“I've used Quick Key Mobile with my district-provided iPad,” said Al Elliot, a fifth grade teacher from Birmingham, Alabama in the release. “It's the best way I have found to track and improve student performance in real time. Plus, it saves me a ton of time.”

Users, the release said, “have free access to Quick Key FREE, with unlimited scanning for up to 30 students.” The app is available for monthly or yearly subscriptions.

“Quick Key Pro offers unlimited scanning for a greater number of students and access to upcoming features,” the release said. “Quick Key Site is available for schools and districts.”

Users can set up an account on its website, or download Quick Key Pro here.

Article by Kassondra Granata, Education World Contributor 

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