Everything you need for student and teacher success
Enable teachers to focus on learning
Give teachers tools that reduce the burden of repetitive tasks, so they can invest more time in student learning.
Teach the importance of integrity
Set expectations for honest conduct from the start with tools that show students what quality writing, sourcing, and original thinking looks like.
Help students practise university-level skills
Prepare students with research, writing, and proper sourcing and citation skills, setting them up for success.
Save time on grading & giving quality feedback
No more late-night grading. QuickMarks™ and inline rubrics streamline feedback and assessment, shortening feedback loops and increasing consistency.
Essential tools for secondary education
Give feedback and grade assignments with this tool that fosters writing excellence and academic integrity.
A tool that helps students check for text similarity and improve their writing while they draft.
“Tests” feel like tricks and traps set up to catch the weak points. On the other hand, an assessment isn’t a set of tricks and traps, but rather questions. There is another key difference to me: a teacher tests a student, but an assessment evaluates everyone, the teachers and the students. With that thought in mind, here are some helpful questions for students to ask while preparing for an in-class assessment: