All the tools you need to measure student achievement
Various types of assignments
Choose from 12 types of assignments such as quizzes, essays, debates, team, Dropbox, discussion, survey, and more. We also integrate with Turnitin and Unicheck for plagiarism detection. Student evaluation is easy using our grading and personalizing tools.
Grading is simplified using our reliable gradebook. See a centralized view of all grades and quickly add results and make changes.
Quizzes and question banks
Use tools such as quizzes and question banks to assess students quickly. Choose from seven different types of questions and create personalized quizzes by picking random questions from a question bank. We also support timed quizzes and instant feedback during a quiz, so students can see their results immediately.
Grade assignments fast and consistently using rubrics. You can build rubrics with custom criteria and associate criteria with competencies.
Easily record student attendance during a class session and indicate whether a student is present, late, or absent. Award points for attendance using the attendance assignment feature. Print a PDF attendance form to collect physical signatures.
Students can copy their best assessments and other resources into a portfolio to showcase their work. Portfolio assets can include multimedia files such as audio and video. Students enjoy this feature because it makes them feel accomplished and recognized.
Track student progress based on how well they master topics
Make sure class content is compliant with standards by adding competencies to it. Create your own or use the preloaded US Common Core and Next Generation Science standards. Created competencies can be stored in the resources library and reused for other classes. Align content and assessments with competencies, then see a coverage analysis of how well your class covers them.
Track student progress on a competency-basis and get a detailed view of how students are understanding the concepts. Easily see mastery levels for all students with the mastery grid.
Add actions that should be performed when students drop below a threshold for certain competencies for a specified number of days. You can use this feature to automatically send them recommendations on how to improve in that area, or to alert teachers so they can help the student.
In Texas, we have State Standards that we need to meet and I was able to implement each standard in the chapters and lessons that I do for the children.Angela Lappin, English and Language Arts Teacher, The REALM at Burleson Independent School District
Students enjoy being able to see results in real time. They can maintain an overview of their attendance record and know how they are doing at any point.Andrew P. McDouall, Director, Language Center, The Hochschule Furtwangen University