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  1. Did you separate out the activities and weight it per the DIVE instructions? Did you use the DIVE grade calculator?
  2. We use HST+ to print out daily task lists (or whatever they are called), so my kids are used to that sort of format. My oldest is about to start MFW AHL, and he would prefer for me to enter it into HST+. Record-keeping-wise, I would too. However...what a nightmare this is going to be! Any suggestions? I'm contemplating telling my son "tough" LOL. But just in case there is an "easy" way that I'm overlooking, I'd like to give it a shot....
  3. I've used EduTrack for years, and it has worked well...until now. I have a new laptop that runs Windows7 and Office2010, and ET won't run correctly with these. I need a new record-keeping system just in time to start high school. (I could replace Office2010 with 2000 and ET would work, but this situation seems like a red flag to me.... why doesn't ET provide support to keep up with current versions of Microsoft??!? For this reason, I'm wondering if it's just time to find something else. I'm starting to look around.) I've gotten used to inputting data and creating reports, so it's hard to imagine converting to something different. At the same time, I don't want to change to something that requires unnecessary work. I hate having to change my record-keeping habits when we're just starting high school, yet better now than DURING high school. If I change now, I can have a fresh start keeping high school records. I think a lot of highschool moms use Excel. Others of you just keep hand-written records. Some keep records via HST or Skedtrack or Engrade. I would be so appreciative if you would tell me how you keep records for high school. I'm leaning toward HST Plus because it's the closest thing to EduTrack... what I'm most familiar with. (I don't want a program with a monthly charge, though.) Engrade looks very appealing to me, but online services like this *could* just go away....and my records with them! At least HST would be on MY computer. Keeping records on Excel makes sense, yet, will that generate grade, attendance, and transcript reports? I'm not sure just how to use Excel for high school record keeping. I'm sorry this is so long... Is using HST Plus overkill? I've read all the posts about how awful the learning curve is. Posters either love HST or hate it! And what if HST becomes like ET one day not supporting changes in Windows? You just never know. I'm not trying to make this job harder than it needs to be. The reports that can be created just seem very valuable. This is my primary reason for wanting to keep records on the computer. (Regardless of using software, I will most likely have a planner. I like having something in-hand that I can glance at in a moment's notice to know a daily schedule. This is not hard to do... not really extra work. In fact, it is a way to make sure I have a back-up of sorts in addition to the computer.) I'm trying to choose between The Well Planned Day 4-year planner and URtheMom high school planner. How do you keep records for high school? What is most helpful for keeping the best organization to help with attendance, grade reporting, and transcripts? I want something to help me organize for high school graduation requirements and college admission requirements. This is my chance to start fresh at the advent of these most important last 4 years of school. If you could start highschool record-keeping all over again, what would you choose? Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!
  4. I am wondering how many of you use a program like HST (online or Plus) to track grades and put together your transcripts. It's not that any of the information is hard to do I guess, just nice to have it all calculated after a couple keystrokes. My other question is specifically for any MAC users. I postpone entering grades horribly since I have to open up parallels and then HST+. Now they have online HST. Does anyone have experience, comments etc. on HST online? Julie
  5. and I'm about ready to lose it. I've watched the videos and I can't get it. I feel so dumb and frustrated!!! I can't tell if I'm supposed to be in Weekly Planner or Lesson Planner or what!! Here is what I'm trying to do: Schedule reading 1 chapter a day out of a book, for 2 kids. Then for one of the kids, also have her outline corresponding pages in History of the World once a week, and do notebooking pages with extra reading 2 days a week. How can I not figure out how to input that???????????? :banghead::banghead::banghead:
  6. BTW, thank you for the push to hit the checkout button. Oh heavens, this was so worth it! I began creating lesson plans. I set up the LP Schedule. I submitted assignments. What I wonder is how or what is the purpose of the weekly planner? I am not sure if I grasp the full scope of its use. To my understanding, you submit assingments to the weekly planner. And .... Why? :lol: LOL Oh, figured out the reports feature as well. Yup, does exactly what I would like to do and so much more. Awesome! Let me know what cool things you have figured out and done too. I have the manual, but gosh it is over 300 pages.:glare:
  7. Which one do you like and why do you like it? I have to admit that I've never planned-ever.:tongue_smilie: I school in 12 week sessions, and until now have just filled in each day what we finished. Also-do your dc have the exact same system, or do you let them choose their own? TIA!
  8. I am currently using the trial, and have so many questions. I have searched, but still not found exactly what I am looking for, but feel free to post a link if these have already been answered. --Do I need to watch all of the videos, or can any be summed up quickly by anyone? (I will watch them if necessary) --What I input on the trial, will it be saved if I actually buy the program? --What does this do that I NEED to know? (I don't want to miss some great aspect!) --What might be the benefits of HST+ over say Edu-track? (or vice versa?) Any input greatly appreciated, thanks!
  9. My 5th and 4th grader are using the same Religion book this year. I set up the lesson plan as "Faith and Life" with all of the extra reading scheduled. It worked!! It is just what I want!! I copied it to a new lesson plan "Faith and Life 5" for my son and I added it to his LP schedule, no problem. I copied it to a new lesson plan "Faith and Life 4" for my daughter. It is there as a lesson plan but it isn't an option in the LP schedule :confused:. How do I add her name on the LP so I can add it to the schedule? Also, I have the activity of one day "Catechism Reading" but it isn't showing up as an activity in either LP schedule. But when I try to add it (so the Catechism reading shows up on Thursday), it says that it already exists?? Thanks!
  10. So, when I want to submit all of my 19 courses for my two children to the assignment grid each week (let's say I do it weekly), I need to go to EACH lesson plan, select the lessons that I want done that week, and submit...and then go to the NEXT lesson plan and do the same? Is that the fastest way to submit multiple lesson plans to the Assignment Grid?
  11. I'm in the process of learning HST+ having just printed out the gargantuan manual to study. I'm setting up my school calender to go from August 1, 2011 to July 27, 2012 (we're going all year as I detest Mississippi summers and I'll be dipped in doodoo before my "break" is during these miserable hot months). So, I've set it so that we have 180 days of instruction Monday through Friday. After entering this, it states I had 80 days above the minimum requirement. I understand this. I plan to take those 80 days-off and make coupons for us to use as we want to have no school. Perhaps on especially beautiful days, perhaps when daddy's off, --- in short, to use as we will/when we need/want. Which leads to my main question. Once I set up my assignments/lesson plans, is there a way to get this HST+ to SHIFT my plans to the next instruction day given my dynamic/non-constant throwing in of my "coupon" days? :confused: Does this make sense? I hope so, because I really don't want to go through the trouble of lesson planning and it not be shift-able in light of my coupon days-off plan. HELP PLEASE!!!
  12. HI all, I'm looking for users of Skedtrack or HST+ that have set up lessons/activities for SOTW. What does your assignment list look like? Do you just type in SOTW chapter xx, or do you break it down more? Just looking for ideas for setting up next year.
  13. First of all, I love this! I wish I had months to just sit and play around with it, but I don't! I like how assignments will move to the next day if you take a day off or a sick day, but how do you get assignments to move up if you get ahead? I put all of the handwriting pages in and we are a few days ahead because the first pages are super easy and quick. I really don't want to reschedule each assignment seperately. I also don't want to skip handwriting until we catch up. I meant, I guess it doesn't matter what the printout says, but I am a serious box checker!
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