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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.DEAR Inventory Integrations
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Trigger when new payment made.
Trigger when new transaction is coming.
Trigger when new user created.
Triggered when customers are created or updated.
Create a new coupon for the given product or a checkout.
Create a new subscription billing plan with the supplied parameters.
Create Sales Invoice
Create a new sale.
Create Sales order.
Creates a sales quote.
Paddle is a web-based coaching and feedback top that lets teachers monitor the progress of students. It provides teachers with a real-time progress report of their students' learning. The reports are generated in various formats such as PDF, Pages, Docs, or Excel. The tops can be used to monitor individual student's progress or the class as a group. Paddle enables teachers to create many assessments for students.
When creating an assessment, teachers can input the questions, multiple choice options, long answer options, etc. Teachers can also set the number of questions they want to appear on an assessment as well as the time frame for the assessment. The teacher can contrp whether or not they want students to see the questions before completing an assessment as well as whether or not the teacher wants students to see their scores after completing an assessment. The teacher can also select which group of students will complete the assessment and how long they have to complete the assessment. For example, if the teacher wants to test all students in class and for their answers to be graded immediately, they could set up an assessment with 10 questions and set it for 60 seconds. If they wanted to give students 3 minutes to complete an assessment with 10 questions and for the results to be available after those 3 minutes have passed, they could set up another assessment with 10 questions but set it for 180 seconds (3 minutes. Teachers can also give students the option to submit the answers they have chosen by typing them into a text box or by scanning the answer sheet. They can also select whether or not students are allowed to delete or change their answers once they have submitted them. Teachers can also set time limits on how long students have to finish assignments.
DEAR is an acronym for Describe, Explain, Analyze, and Review. This is a technique for teaching reading comprehension skills. It was developed by Dr. Janice Jaudon and Dr. Ruth Beechick, who were literacy consultants at the Christian Liberty Academy in Arlington Heights, Illinois. The goal of using this technique is to allow students to demonstrate understanding of what they read through discussion of four different aspects of the text. Description (describing what is happening in the story), Explanation (explaining why something happened in the story), Analysis (analyzing a character's actions), and Review (summarizing what has happened in the story. According to this technique, before a student reads a book, he/she should think about these four aspects of what he/she is reading so that he/she will be able to understand what he/she is reading when he/she reads it. The technique uses questioning techniques that get students invpved in thinking critically about what they read rather than just having them summarize or paraphrase what they read. For example, when a student reads a part of a story that mentions a character's feelings, instead of just asking the student if he/she felt sympathetic towards the character, DEAR asks students more questions such as "What did you feel for him/her?" or "How did his/her situation make you feel?" DEAR also encourages students to ask questions about what they are reading and to use background knowledge from other sources that might relate to what they are reading.
Students can take DEAR Inventory quizzes about what they have read so that teachers and parents can monitor their understanding through analysis of their responses. By integrating Paddle and DEAR Inventory, teachers can observe reading comprehension progress by monitoring student's DEAR Inventory quizzes on Paddle. Teachers can also view both a student's DEAR Inventory results on Paddle as well as those same results on DEAR Inventory's website. If teachers notice any patterns or problems in how students respond to specific passages, they can ask students about their responses as well as provide suggestions for improving their comprehension. By integrating Paddle and DEAR Inventory, teachers can help students improve their reading comprehension skills by monitoring their progress over time and providing them with suggestions for improvement. In addition, by integrating Paddle and DEAR Inventory, teachers can easily send parents updates regarding how their children are doing in terms of reading comprehension and how they can help their children to improve in this area. This integration will help make it easier for teachers and parents to keep track of student's progress in understanding what they read.
By integrating Paddle and DEAR Inventory, teachers can monitor student progress in reading comprehension skills by analyzing their responses to DEAR Inventory quizzes taken on Paddle. Teachers can also analyze students' responses based on specific passages that they have read by viewing the individual student's responses on DEAR Inventory's website. Teachers can also send parents updates regarding how their children are doing in terms of reading comprehension via email by taking DEAR Inventory quizzes through Paddle. This integration will benefit teachers by giving them an opportunity to provide more specific feedback regarding how students are doing in terms of reading comprehension so that they will be able to better assess where their students need help and how best to provide that help with regards to reading comprehension skills. This integration will also benefit parents by allowing them to receive updates regarding how their children are doing in this area so that they can work with their children at home if needed or notify the teacher if something is negatively impacting their child's ability to understand what he/she reads.
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