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Right now, each student must have a complete list of their applicable availability restrictions. This is very repetitive when multiple students share the same primary classroom teacher.
Consider allowing availability restrictions to be added per primary classroom teacher. Perhaps even per grade or per building.
I'm pleased to report that this (our most-requested feature) has been implemented. You can now apply availability entries across an entire building/grade, or across an entire classroom. (Of course, you can still enter student-specific entries if you desire.) Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any problems or questions. Thanks for your patience!
I have an idea of how I'd like to group my students based on personality and abilities; This does not always correspond with which grade they're in, which goals they're working on, or which teacher they have. It would be nice to have a way to specify which students I would prefer to group together. That would more closely reflect how I actually plan my schedule.
I'm pleased to report that this feature has been completed and is now live on slpscheduler.com. When entering your caseload data, you can now add "groupings", which are lists of students that you desire to be grouped.
Following are the types of groupings available:
- Must have all of these students together (and no others)
- Must have all of these students together
- Prefer to have all of these students together (and no others)
- Prefer to have all of these students together
- Prefer to have none of these students together
- Must have none of these students together
Give it a try, and please send feedback to email@example.com. Thanks!
Right now, results can only be displayed in text in HTML (for viewing on the web/mobile browser). Add a graphical result format, so that a schedule can be visualized at a glance. (Think weekly view in Google Calendar.)
I'm pleased to report that this feature has been completed and is now live on slpscheduler.com. You can peruse your historically generated schedules by visiting https://slpscheduler.com/scheduler/history/, and see how your schedule looks when graphically displayed in the new format. Please send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The schedules that have come up have had my kids come different times on different days. I want my kids to learn independence so they come to me by themselves. This means that they need to come at the same time each day. How do I ensure this?
Right now, there's no easy way to modify *part* of a schedule result. This is useful when a student gets added to a caseload the 4th week of school.
This can be done by adding a button that converts current results to Exact Spans in the caseload. Then, the therapist can make changes or delete Exact Spans as necessary. When run again, the engine will keep all of the results with a single Exact Span, leaving the majority of the schedule result intact.
I think it would be great to be able to save a draft version of my caseload. It is very time consuming to input all of the information and can sometimes be difficult to fix problems. It would save some stress if I could save while still having some validation errors. You could make it where you can't generate a schedule with them, but at least let me save the info! Thanks :)
How can I adjust my parameters so that I see students with monthly minutes 30 minutes at a time every month or every other week instead of 10 minutes every week?
Some students have the same time constraints and would be nice if you could have an option to copy a student you already entered.
This feature has been completed, and is now live on slpscheduler.com. The new version of the Caseload Editor now contains the ability to copy all kinds of items in lists, including an entire student's information.
Please let us know what you think!
Since SLP Scheduler is designed to run within a browser on any device, this feature is already provided by your browser. More information can be found here: How do I search within my caseload?
Hopefully, you'll need to do less searching to start with, with the implementation of the following feature: Simplify caseload entry when multiple students have same availability restrictions
To scroll to the student entry area, simply scroll to the bottom of the webpage.
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