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Seating Plan Improvements 2 years 1 month ago #6836

  • KOAS
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Hi,

I used to create my own seating plans in PPT by creating shapes for the tables and then putting textbooks within them with student first names. This made it very easy to quickly refer to in a lesson. I'm trying to use iDoceo but the seating plan functionality is not quite what I'm looking for.

Could you:
- allow teachers to add boxes into a template which refers to the table layout of a classroom, then use this as the background for a seating plan
- allow teachers to lock students into the 'seat' related to the table. i.e. if you drag a student bubble it just drops into the middle of the table location so that you don't have to try and align it. This would make creating the layout quicker and neater. Or you could tap on the 'seat' and select the student from a drop down list which would remove each student from the list as you choose them
- allow teachers to only display the first name of students (and nothing else - not even photo) so that it's much easier to glance and read.

Below is what the grid would look like (without names).

This would be a much appreciate feature addition!
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Seating Plan Improvements 2 years 1 month ago #6838

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Noted KOAS, we have similar features in our roadmap.
If you miss anything else drop us a line
Please take a moment to add or update your rating for iDoceo 5 teacher gradebook so that we can continue working on it. Thanks!
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itunes.apple.com/us/app/idoceo-teachers-...&action=write-review
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