Angel LMS To Integrate with Classroom Response System
Angel Learning has teamed up with eInstruction to integrate the Classroom Performance System into Angel's learning management system. The integration will bring real-time gradebook input to Angel LMS, including attendance, assessments, and grade posting.
Angel LMS is a learning management system designed for both K-12 and higher ed. CPS is a classroom response system that allows all students in the class to respond to questions simultaneously by entering input into a handheld pad (also known as a "classroom clicker"). It can be used for testing purposes, for the collection of data for comparison against state standards, for collaborative learning, and for assessment.
Through the integration with Angel LMS, real-time student feedback can be entered into the system's gradebook without manually having to import or export data using excel.
Angel and eInstruction made the announcement at the Angel User Conference in Cincinnati, OH, May 21. No date has been announced for when the integration will be completed.
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