All the paperwork and filing she’s having to do everyday is becoming too much to handle. Accident and incident forms, daily hazard checklists, learning reports- the files just keep getting thicker and there’s nowhere for them to go. Her office is filling up, slowly but surely.
On top of this there’s the issue of getting her managers and teachers to sign off on all the paperwork. It’s hard, making sure they finish up the day’s reports before they leave as well as making sure they note down the correct date and time.
This is Melissa’s fourth year at the center and she’s watched children grow before her eyes, from infants to school- ready kids. She knows she’s going to have to keep their records for up to five years after they graduate but this is becoming increasingly difficult as the number of children in her centre grows.
She’s shocked to find that the study is from 2014. Why hasn’t she adopted this technology before?
“It’s like a digital diary,” Her friend tells her. “No more stressing over things like paperwork!”
Melissa finds this to be true- as soon as KidReports is implemented in her center, daily and monthly reports become a lot easier to manage. They’re handy, have an automatic date and time stamp, and teachers can even do their signatures on their tablets!
Now that Melissa doesn’t have to worry about trivial things like reports. The software makes it easier to add curriculum strands from Te Whariki and so she has a lot more time to focus on her teachers and their professional development. KidReports has helped the entire centre run more smoothly.
Melissa’s a lot happier nowadays. It looks like she might not need that break after all.
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