Classroom Manager for the Iphone and Ipod Touch

Check out our new Iphone/Itouch interface.  We uploaded to Itunes today so it should be available within 7 days!!!

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14 Responses to Classroom Manager for the Iphone and Ipod Touch

  1. Anthony says:

    This looks like a very powerful app. I am Dean at my school and I am hoping to implement an app like this throughout our classrooms. The interventions tabs works perfectly, but behaviors are not currently logging. Can you give me some help? I am hoping to role out an app like this in the next few weeks.

    Regards

    • Aaron says:

      Thank you for using our product. I hope you find it extremely helpful.

      In answer to your question, you are probably experienced data corruption during your initial download from the App store. I would suggest deleting the app from you device and downloading it again. If this doesn’t fix the problem, I have an post on my website, http://www.mathappsllc.com that should help.

      Please let me know if this resolves the issue or not. If it doesn’t I will investigate this further. Also, please be sure to state what device you are using to run the app.
      If the app suits your needs, a positive review on the App store is always appreciated.
      Best regards,
      Aaron

    • Aaron says:

      Anthony,
      I was checking back to see if we were able to solve your data corruption issue. Thanks!
      Aaron

  2. Vicki Windman says:

    If you can please contact me I would like to review you app for two publications. Thank you.

    • Aaron says:

      Vicki,
      That is very exciting! Please contact me at mathappsllc@gmail.com. If you would like to leave your phone number and a good time to call, I will contact you shortly. We can also correspond more privately via that email address. Thank you for considering us!
      Aaron

  3. Kristin says:

    Help. How do I access my classroom manager on my iPhone, iPad, and laptop?

    • Aaron says:

      Kristen,
      I just discovered your email buried in a a lot of spam. Sorry for the delay in responding!
      I’m not sure I understand your question. It sounds as though you have purchased Classroom Manager on your computer using Itunes. If so, you will need to sync your device. When you do so, new apps should appear on your device. Classroom Manager does not run on a laptop.

      If this does not answer your question, send me your contact information at mathappsllc@gmail.com and I will see what I can do to help.
      Aaron

    • Aaron says:

      Kristin,
      I apologize for not getting back to you sooner. I have been working my way through a great deal of spam. :o(
      I am not sure I understand your question… Classroom Manager should have appeared as an icon on your iphone and/or ipad when you downloaded it. Is this not the case? I’ll do what I can to help…
      Aaron

  4. Hello,

    I have recently started using this app and have had much success with it. My question to you is, is there any possibility of sinking accounts on devices so that you can view data for students from the same courses? If you use this one two different devices, do you have to make all new classes?

    Thanks,
    Catherine Suarez

    • Aaron says:

      Mrs. Suarez,
      At this point, the information you collect using Classroom Manager does not sync over multiple devices. This is a great concept and one that I hope to incorporate into a future update along with the ability to import class lists so that the user does not have to manually enter them. I am not certain yet whether an update of this nature would cause corruption of current data so I am hoping to roll it out over the summer when teachers will need to input new classes anyway.

      I am glad that Classroom Manager has been useful for you. Hopefully, the coming updates will make it even more so. I am currently looking for stories from users who have had success that I can feature on our website and AppStore sites. Would you be interested in submitting one? It would be much appreciated.

      Please let me know if you have other ideas for ways to make the app more useful to you.
      Thanks!
      Aaron Nunley

  5. We are writing a grant for our special education teachers and are very interested in your product. Is there a way that we could preview your app before including the funding for it in our grant.
    Please advise
    Jen Blankenship

    • Aaron says:

      Jen,
      I am checking back in with you regarding your grant. Have you made any progress? Is there anything I can do to assist you. Please let me know.
      Aaron Nunley

  6. David says:

    I have been using your app for a whole year and turned several teachers on to your app, I love it.
    Is there any plans to import full classes at one time rather than type each individual student in?
    By the way your app saved my reputation and integrity this past year as a parent questioned
    My grading on a project, I was able to pull up your app and show them a report
    And that was all it took to have the parent apologize and break down and say sorry for yelling at me and making wild claims.

    • Aaron says:

      David,
      Thanks for sharing your success story and for sharing our app with you colleagues! It’s nice to hear that Classroom Manager is helping teachers communicate more effectively with teachers. If you get a chance to review us on the App store, it would be much appreciated.

      I am working very diligently to update with an import feature. The holdup is that I am a classroom teacher myself and not a programmer. I do the design/testing/marketing of the apps, but contract out all of the actual programming. That leaves me at the mercy of the programmers schedules. I’m holding off to have my best programmer do this because I want to get it right the first time without data loss. Since he’s my best guy, he’s got a lot of work on his plate from larger/better paying jobs. As soon as he is able, I plan to have him start on this. I had hoped to have it done by the start of school this year, but it wasn’t meant to be.

      Best of luck on the new school year! I wish you continued success in reaching your students!
      Aaron

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