The other class I'm teaching is an Intro to Business class. They're using an interactive computer based training called BusinessCenter21. Talk about more bad. This is a full classroom design, with the students watching videos and things, then having to answer questions on their computers. Of course, since these are high school students more concerned with jumping through hoops, they just jump to the end of the video/slides, and start answering the questions. They're multiple choice and apparently it doesn't hurt you too much to get the wrong answer as you can guess again, for slightly less points. There are free response questions, with text boxes, but the former teacher didn't grade them, as she said the one time she did it didn't affect the grades. So the one nice thing about the system is that it allows for real time monitoring of each students progress, along with keeping grades and things for you. The bad thing is there's no easy way to export them and import them into GradeQuick, which is the online gradebook the school's using.