Classdroid – Teacher Android App

Search for Classdroid in the Android Market or Scan the QR code on the right with your android barcode scanner.  Also you can Download the source code here

Classdroid is an Android App for teachers that allows teachers to quickly take a picture of a students work, grade it and upload it to a pupils or class learning portfolio.

 

We currently support images images being stored on the wordpress site which can be accessed through a web browser on any web-enabled device.  Support is coming for moodle and the iphone once we have enough activity on the project.

Parents and pupils can then view their work and grades online.

Download classdroid at the Android Market Place (Search for Classdroid)!

The initial drawings of the software:

Data and child protection

Classdroid is designed to cache the names of your pupils therefore Data protection is a concern when storing pupil information.  All pupil information is encrypted when stored.  If your mobile device is not Remote Wipe enabled then you should enter nicknames in for your pupils, not their real names. Alternatively there is an option to ask for a password on start-up.

And finally a look at the user preferences design

Please get in touch if you want to help out with the project

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22 thoughts on “Classdroid – Teacher Android App

  1. I see you can upload to a WP site, but what about a Moodle? eager to know how these two could work together…it’d be a cool app if students could submit via photo right to a Moodle course.

    Pretty slick (one more reason to love my Android).

  2. Yea Moodle uses the same RPC XML style API interface as WordPress. I can add support for “course” as part of the development I’m doing. Does that answer your question?

  3. Wow what a great idea. By making assessments easier and painless, it will happen more often and thus each one is more about guidance and not an over all grade. Great work!

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  5. I am a ESL teacher in Taiwan.
    I would help to translate your app into Traditional Chinese and Simple Chinese.
    How could I do it?

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  7. I am currently on holiday away from work with no access to any internet enabled devices.

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  8. Now that Blackberry Playbook 2.0 supports Android apps is it possible to get a Bar file created or supply BB your software so they can make it available on their Blackberry marketplace?

  9. This is a great resource – we have recently purchased htc phones for use in the classroom so this will work perfectly, cheers for making it free too :-)

  10. My pleasure, thanks for the kind words Rachel ☺

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  11. Hi Jacqueline,

    We are currently in talks with an iOS developer with regards making the app available on iPhone and iPad. Ideally hoping to get it released for the start of the next school year in September.

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