Free Online Gradebook

Flexible grading engine. Powerful reporting. Access for students and parents.

Gradebook Software screenshot on laptop with two teachers
  • »  An intuitive interface makes it easy for teachers to get started.
  • »  Flexible grading: letter, percentage, points and custom grades.
  • »  Powerful .pdf reports include student summary, attendance and gradebook.
  • »  Upload handouts online. Collect homework from students online.
  • »  Classroom blog with file upload.
  • »  Grades Online for students and parents.
  • »  Use on MAC, PC or iPad using IE, Firefox, Chrome or Safari.
  • »  For multiple teachers see our multiple-teacher plans or school management software.
  • »  Free, ad-supported gradebook or premium gradebook (100 GB online storage). Compare.
  • »  Browse a demo.
Free 100 GB online storage

Intuitive interface

ThinkWave Educator 3.0 has an intutive, easy-to-use, interface that can be learned quickly. Multiple classes can be maintained in a single gradebook. There is no need to click multiple times to access different classes.

Flexible grading options

Teachers can use an all-points grading system or a flexible grading system that can include points, letter grades, check, check plus, and any other custom grading scheme. Teachers can use assignment type weighting, for example making Tests 30%, Homework 40%, Projects 15% and Participation 15%. Teachers can also create their own assignment types.

Powerful reports

ThinkWave Educator 3.0 includes powerful report generating capabilities. Reports are generated as professionally-formatted, ready-to-print, .pdf documents (not as .html pages found in some gradebooks.) Reports can be customized with an image logo and header, as well as with multiple other customization options.

Upload assignments and handouts online

Go green! Save on paper and toner cartidges. ThinkWave Educator 3.0 provides the functionality of a learning management system with the ability to upload homework and handouts online. Uploaded files can be up to 25MB each. Premium gradebook includes 100 GB online storage. Supported file formats include almost any file type. For example: .pdf, .doc, picture files, movie files and others. Homework is available for students and parents to download online. The upload function can also be used to organize your handouts in one place. No need to email files between home and school - handouts and lesson plans are available online from any computer.

Collect homework from students online

ThinkWave Educator 3.0 offers the powerful ability to collect homework from students online. Students upload their homework files with an easy-to-use upload function. Files are immediately available to the teacher in the gradebook. Uploaded files are organized for the teacher by assignment and date.

Grades Online for students and parents

ThinkWave Educator 3.0 improves communication with students and families. Individual, password-protected accounts let students and parents view classroom information. The detailed, day-to-day summary of student progress includes overall results, graded assignments and upcoming assignments. Usage of Grades Online correlates with improved student achievement by improving organization and allowing for early intervention. ThinkWave Educator 3.0 displays information automatically, without any additional action by teachers.

Classroom blog

ThinkWave includes blogging software. Blog posts and announcements can be directed to all students and parents, particular groups of students, or specific classes. Multiple files can be uploaded and associated with blog posts.

Easy to use from any computer

ThinkWave Educator 3.0 is completely web based. This means there is no software to install. Teachers can access data from school or home. ThinkWave 3.0 can be used with any modern web browser including Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari. It can be used on PC, MAC, Linux and iPad.

Free gradebook and premium gradebook

ThinkWave Educator is available as a free, ad-supported version, or as a premium version for $49.95 per teacher / year. To learn more about the differences, see the gradebook comparison.