Simplify your classroom registration with InVentry’s Lessonscan. The comprehensive technology has been developed so it links straight to your MIS system, allowing your students to sign into their lesson with a single swipe of an ID card.
Perfect for Sixth Forms, Lessonscan saves on admin time and you’re able to set the times in which students can sign in, add late messages and even have multiple lessons linked directly to one Quickscan unit; all whilst linking directly back to your SIMS MIS system; with even more MIS integrations coming soon!
Properly keeping a school register helps organise record keeping and makes passing on information more efficient. A register can be used to check over historical data, accurately at any time. It also provides the ability to create accurate reporting to parents and government.
Historically, school and class registers have been managed using paper and pen. A school register system makes this process digital and enables teachers and staff to input data directly into any device. This information is then automatically stored for later use without the need to file large amounts of paper registers away. This has a number of benefits, firstly it makes the whole classroom registration process more efficient and secondly it gives schools the power to more easily look back over data and easily gain insights.
Give your students a level of independence by allowing them to sign themselves in, freeing your staff up to attend to other tasks.
Each student sign in can now be written back directly to your SIMS MIS, ensuring accuracy and efficiency of your registration records.
Have the ability to set the time in which a student will be deemed as late to class.
For the ultimate convenience, Lessonscan can be installed on any existing Quickscan Touch units you already have in place around your school.
Select which classrooms you would like associated with which Quickscan Touch unit and have the ability to use the same device for multiple lessons.
Staff members have the control over the number of minutes early or late a student can sign into their lesson.