Something for everyone
16:40, Friday 18 March - Last day before Spring Break
How things should be
Imagine having ALL your teaching information in one place - like one huge folder with everything you need.
Now imagine being able to open that folder as easily as you can check your emails - from school, from home,
from your phone, on your laptop, on the train, any time day or night!
Don't forget of course, the magic doesn't end there. Out of all these documents the ones you need are
always there at the top. Ready to collaborate with colleagues, ready to email to parents or ready to share
with management. Important deadlines have reminders attached to prioritise your work.
You have everything you need with you. You have a schedule of what needs to be done. This software does
all the hard work for you to generate reports that simply project information.
You have a folder of current IEPs, another of blank templates, three ring binders of targets, two incident forms, the schools
digital camera, a scrap of A4 paper with student names scrawled on with a tally score. You put these into the back of your
colleagues car because you got a lift to school this morning and you're about to take a bus home.
You then go back into the school office and grab a calculator, the trip evaluations folder and printout the pay scales for
therapists and councillors used by the school. You cram these into your laptop bag and rush on foot to the bus stop. After
boarding the bus you relax a little and then become tense again as you see a young girl from another school crying. The
bullies have taken her bag. Again. You often see it and you ponder how you could report the bullies to their school.
Your mobile phone rings. Great. Your colleague forgot to tell you they're going away tonight for a few days. Your stuff will be
in their car until Wednesday - there goes your plan to get everything done at the start of your "holiday"!
Does it really do everything I need?
If your job involves any of the following then you have every reason to be excited by Tweezy Online.
Creating, teaching to, and marking progress on IEPs. Recording incidents of bullying, racism, violence or teacher restraints. Tracking pupils positive
behaviour, achievements, activities and so on. Arranging or attending safe and exciting school trips. Curriculum mapping, resource allocation and
budgetting. Responding to bullying.
Oh, and we listen to your suggestions. You're welcome to tell us how else we can save you time and we add features to your requests.