Using an online database is a great way for teachers to organize information. The database can hold different kinds of information all in one place making it easier for a teacher to keep track of. For example, a teacher can use one for tracking student progress, handling unit plans with standards, and accessing student information such as address, phone number, etc. Teachers should be thankful for databases because they can hold all the files in one convenient place eliminating a misplacement of paperwork. As technology quickly becomes integrated into the classrooms, it is important for teachers to take advantage. Plus, some databases should be open for students to view as well, helping them become more acclimated with technology by allowing them to have journals and/or assignments due online.
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