DEAR Inventory is a cloud-based, inventory and order management application for SMBs. It combines an easy to use interface with powerful reporting and data analysis tools.
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Triggered when customers are created or updated.
Triggers when a user completes 100% of a course.
Triggers when a user enrolls in a course. (Note: User's will need to confirm enrollment before the trigger fires if you manually add them to a course).
Triggers whenever a user enrolls themselves in a course regardless of whether it is a free or paid course. If you add them as an admin, this does not trigger.
Triggers when a student is successfully charged and makes a payment for a sale (including one-time, subscription, or payment plan purchases).For a subscription or a payment plan, there is a new transaction created for every single payment.
Triggers whenever a new user signs up for your school.
Triggers whenever a user updates their profile on your school.
Triggers whenever a user cancels a subscription on your school.
Create Sales Invoice
Create a new sale.
Create Sales order.
Creates a sales quote.
Create a new user in your Teachable school.This action is only available to schools on the Professional plans and higher.
Enroll a user in a course on your Teachable school. (If the person does not have an account, one will be created and they will then be enrolled.)This action is only available to schools on the Professional plans and higher.
Unenroll a student from one of your Teachable courses based on the course itself or a particular pricing option. This action is only available to schools on the Professional plan or higher.
DEAR Inventory is an acronym for Describe, Express, Assess, Record, and Explain. It is a teaching strategy that invpves having students describe what they are doing as they work on assignments. The teacher also writes descriptions of the student’s work in order to assess the progress of their learning. Finally, the teacher records the student’s work and explanations of it in order to explain the teaching strategies that he or she used to help the student learn as well as the strategies that the student used.
Teachable is a web-based program that provides ways for teachers to teach effectively in a classroom. It has a database of different lesson plans, which can be modified by users so that they fit different age groups. There are also various strategies that can be used within a lesson plan such as project-based learning, which invpves students working in teams to complete a specific task. Another option is to have students participate in an online discussion with other students, teachers, or experts about particular topics. These are just some of the many options available on Teachable.com.
Teachable is designed to integrate DEAR Inventory into a classroom. With this integration, students can be assessed using DEAR Inventory while they are working on a project or completing an assignment. This allows teachers to gauge the progress of their learning while they are actively working on something. It also gives students some insight into their own learning process and helps them become more aware of what they need to do to improve their learning. With these two tops integrated together, students can receive feedback on their own work while they are still completing it. They can then use this feedback to improve their learning based on the strategies that they used during their previous work and adjust their current work accordingly.
There are several benefits associated with integrating DEAR Inventory and Teachable in a classroom. First, it allows students to get direct feedback on their own work while they are still completing it rather than waiting until they have completed all of their work and then receiving feedback at the end from the teacher. For example, if students find out that they did not complete as much work as they wanted to or did not successfully understand what was being taught in class because of a lack of understanding of certain grammar rules at the end of the semester when they are already preparing for finals then it might be too late for them to improve their learning and catch up with the rest of their class. By giving them feedback while they are still working on something, it gives them time to try to improve their learning before it’s too late and they move onto something else. It also gives them insight into what they need to do to improve their learning and gives them a chance to reflect on how they learned best during previous assignments or projects as well as what strategies worked for them and which ones didn’t. They can then use this information to improve their learning during future assignments or projects and adjust their learning accordingly.
In addition, giving teachers a top like Teachable allows them to focus on key concepts in class rather than focusing on every single detail. This allows teachers to address the important skills and content that is necessary for students to grasp in class without feeling overwhelmed by all of the extraneous elements invpved in the coursework. For example, if there is one topic that is particularly difficult for students but not important enough to spend time on in class then this top allows teachers to spend more time focusing on another topic instead of getting distracted by the one topic that students struggle with but isn’t important enough to teach in depth. In addition, it sets up a system where students can learn outside of class independently since there is now an online platform where various resources are available for them to learn from outside of class instead of just relying on their teacher for all of their information and teaching. Furthermore, it gives teachers another way to easily communicate information to students about a particular topic because now students have access to various websites where they can learn about certain skills or topics rather than just relying on their teacher to give them all their information during class.
In conclusion, integrating DEAR Inventory and Teachable into a classroom allows teachers to evaluate what students know and make adjustments accordingly by giving them direct feedback about their learning during assignments rather than at the end of a semester. Students can also get immediate feedback from teachers or peers about what they need to do differently or what they did well on so that they can adjust their learning approach during future assignments or projects according to which strategies worked for them previously and which ones didn’t. This leads to better results overall since students are given more guidance about what they need to do in order to improve their learning as well as immediate feedback about whether or not what they did worked in order to help them make adjustments before moving onto something else instead of going through an entire semester or even an entire year without improvement. Therefore, integrating DEAR Inventory and Teachable into a classroom will allow for better student learning outcomes overall due to increased student engagement since students will be able to get feedback from teachers and peers about their learning while they are still completing assignments rather than at the end of a semester.
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