Mobile Attendance Class Register (MACR): The Effective Way to Take Class Attendance in Urban Schools of Zambia

@article{Bwalya2018MobileAC,
  title={Mobile Attendance Class Register (MACR): The Effective Way to Take Class Attendance in Urban Schools of Zambia},
  author={Kambole M. Bwalya and Phiri Nerbart},
  journal={International Journal of Engineering Research and},
  year={2018},
  volume={7}
}
The monitoring of student class attendance in Zambian schools is an important process as it is directly linked to the academic performance of the students. Student class attendance registration is currently manually taken by the teachers in schools. This process is not an easy task especially if the class has a big number of students. It consumes too much time and effort for teachers to complete the attendance record and then enter into the official manual attendance and class registers. In… Expand

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