Using a database is a great way to organize a large amount of data in a relatively quick manner. Databases also make the information much more user friendly and accessible to both the students and the teachers. Educationally, this is a valuable tool with which I can easily keep track of my student's reading logs, grades, and assignments, as well as my lesson plans. I can sort the information to instantaneously figure out the answer to a question that would have otherwise taken much more time, such as "How many students got an A on that last test?" Utilizing databases can help teachers stay organized, and thereby freeing up precious time that can be spent focusing on reflection and other important aspects of teaching.
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