Each student normally has a folder (paper version) - where they record their goals at the start of the year, and as the year goes by they record their achievements.... And the school wants to be able to do this digitally - which is via Tablets and PC - and achievements are done by Photographing/scanning their documents and also videoing their work in action, and they can share their work interactively with their parents when they come for teacher/student interviews.
I thought of diary software - as you can make usernames for each child and password = security sorted.
But another problem is - Interaction between Android and Windows isnt as great as I thought..... as I thought there could be an diary app that i can install on both systems and have the diarys saved on the network - so no matter what computer or tablet they use, they can access and update their diaries...
I may be thinking too big too soon....as the trial is only for 45 students at the moment and if successful it'd be full school which is 250+ students...
Can I have some ideas on what we could use or how to approach this idea?
The systems in place are - All Computers run either Win Vista Basic or Win 7 (Win Vista is being phrased out at the moment) and all tablets are Android - there might be a stray Ipad when the teacher brings their one in to the classroom but i wont worry about ipads at the moment)
I have also put this in the windows forum as it involves windows too :)