PLAN - In this section, you will plan out your subject goals and objectives. Then build your Master Schedule, set up lessons, projects and your budget.
ORDER - Here is where you schedule lessons, add in those home and school activities, set up reminders (don't we ALL need those?), and can add customized lists, such as for housekeeping, or maybe you work at home also.
WORK - There's that 4 letter word. In this section, you can allow your students access, so they can check off their completed lessons. You can also print schedules for your students, manage to do lists.
EVALUATE - In Evaluate, you can manage your requirements for your state, if you have them, check to make sure your students are doing this lessons, keep track of hours and handling grading.
REPORT - In Report, you can print the reports you have to send in to your state, and even generate transcripts for your older students who are applying for college.
Now, for the how it worked for me part.
While the Help section did help in some aspects, I still found it hard to get the program to work the way I wanted it to. That being said, it's not a bad program, I think I'm just better off at using paper and pen. The ability to print reports, transcripts is great, and if my children were to that stage, or if we had a state where we had to send in reports, that would be great to have. The process of inputting lessons, not being able to copy and paste, and having to have the particular information for each lesson was a bit daunting to me. Our days are often in a turmoil, and sometimes it's late in the day when we do lessons, other times it's in the mornings. Having to work at a set time just isn't working for us right now.
If you are better at planning, and especially online planning, this program would be a good fit for you. With the 30 day trial, you can check it out for yourself.
Make sure you check out the reviews by my fellow crew mates.