EP53: Time Saving Tips for Writing Student’s Report Cards

It’s now the dreaded time of the year whereby teachers are tasked with the not so fan activity of writing report cards. Relax now because, in this episode, I will share with you tips and trick that I use when writing my report card; making the process painless and saving tons of my time.

 

 

 

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