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Daily Management of Timetable Changes and Pupil/Teacher Notification

Shotef, Yahalom and School-Zone are software programs designed for daily management and distribution of timetable changes. Together, the three programs constitute the most powerful, beneficial, and most comprehensive solution available for schools, their pupils and staff. “Shotef” is ideal for creation, revision and organization of timetable changes and supports incidents such as teacher absenteeism, unavailability and more. “Yahalom” works in conjunction with “Shotef” and automatically distributes selected information to various screens installed throughout the school, so pupils are immediately exposed to changes, notifications or vital information which must be shared. “School-Zone” completes the package by providing 24-hour online access to any changes made using “Shotef”.

Shotef

שוטף
Shotef” – Daily management of teacher absenteeism and timetable changes, event calendars, examination schedules and pupil and teacher notification. The system is capable of dealing with teacher absenteeism and provides replacement alternatives based on user definitions. Daily updates regarding timetable changes may be issued to both pupils and teachers. Monthly reports including absenteeism, extra hours for teachers and missed lessons for pupils are also available.

Yahalom

יהלום
Notification of last minute timetable changes to various screens installed throughout the school and staffroom. Enables publication of real-time updates to both pupils and staff, and by doing so significantly reduces the load on the school's timetable supervisor.

School-Zone

סקול-זון
Enables publication of continuous information updates, without need for additional work, directly into private internet accounts of pupils and teachers, in such a way that every user receives updates that are relevant to them only. In addition, the system enables teachers to form and manage discussion groups on matters concerning their lessons, and for pupils to participate in study related activities after official school hours including submission of projects and homework related questions, mass messaging to selected recipients such as specific study groups mailing lists, private messaging directly into specific study-group pupil accounts, distribution of exercises, study material, messages etc.