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Discipline. There's an App for That?

Just saw this press release for iDiscipline HD, an app that allows teachers to track student behavior issues—and send e-mail notifications to parents, if needed—on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.

Out of curiosity, how many of our readers use mobile devices to monitor daily classroom data, such as discipline and attendance? What are the benefits of tracking students this way? Do you use your own device or do you get one from your school?

For those who don't use mobile devices for record-keeping, would you have any interest in starting? What's holding you back?

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