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take attendance

To review a list of people who are supposed to be in attendance and mark down who is actually present. Make sure you take attendance as soon as the bell rings, because it must be noted if a student is late.
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take attendance

to make a record of persons attending something. The teacher took attendance before starting the class. I will take attendance each day.
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take atˈtendance

(American English) check who is present and who is not present at a place and mark this information on a list of names: The teacher took attendance at the beginning of every class.
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IoT in education is helping them focus more on real teaching activities, while IoT-enabled devices automatically detecting student presence to eliminate the need of taking attendance. IoT in education market provides immense scope for performing diverse actions from a single platform, which is making it a highly-viable investment.
In this connection, Primary Teachers Association (PTA) leaders Majid Gaad, Gul Hassan Chandio, Ghulamullah Sangi, Mujahid Mumtaz Soomro and others held a protest demonstration here on Sunday and said that DEO Khokhar was harassing the teachers in the name of taking attendance through biometric system and teams.
But at Monday's Finance Committee meeting, it was Chairman Edward Burke (14th Ward) who suggested taking attendance -- to avoid a vote that could have gone against the outgoing mayor.
The company is keeping a close eye on machine learning and AI; and is already thinking about how AI can be used to automate repetitive tasks such as taking attendance, sending out fees reminders, and outreaching to alumni[4].
Iannarelli et al., (2010), for example, in their aptly titled article "Here's Your Syllabus, See You Next Week...," pointed out that the first-day routine of handing out a syllabus, taking attendance, and allowing students to leave early may be miseducative because it does not model the kind of interaction and exchange between teacher and students that promotes the creation of a learning community.
For those numbers, statisticians would need to test students across a range of subjects, a project that is far more ambitious than simply taking attendance.
In 2014, the company introduced Google Classroom, an app that teachers could use to digitize daily tasks, like assigning homework or taking attendance. It quickly became a hub where teachers could hold class discussions, communicate with individual students and keep parents updated on classroom news.
Taking attendance seriously: How school absences undermine student and school performance in New York City.
The traditional way for taking attendance has drawback, which is the data of the attendance list hard to reuse.
Teachers can save time at the desk by taking attendance straight from their phones.
Besides correcting homework and taking attendance, the girls are in charge of arranging the class schedule to fit the women's lives.
If you run out of your power point slides, you could always spend 10-15 minutes at the end of the class taking attendance and checking potential proxies.
Stephenson (1994) presented that required attendance is not practical within larger institutions where large class size makes taking attendance almost impossible.
Logistics such as taking attendance seem to take longer now than they did under the old 50-minute class, junior Alexia Smith said.