I realized that many teachers are currently using Google Forms for assessments and homework.
Makes sense as it's free, self-explanatory and easy to analyze results.
But honestly, it can also take quite a bit of time to create them - don't you think?
So I have an alternative.
Free online questions and instant insights per student per topic.
You can preview the questions right here:
Fully for free.
So no need to create these questions yourself anymore.
A team of teachers at Seneca Learning already did this for you during the Summer.
But that's not even all.
Besides content and question modules, you can also get performance insights from Seneca.
A full teacher platform that you can use as standalone or with platforms like Google Classroom.
You can read all about it here: senecalearning.com/en-US/teachers and join 40,000 other teachers by creating your account: app.senecalearning.com/sign-up
As I said, it's for free, so you can just give it a try and see if it's for you.
Here's also a handy tutorial that shows you how to create assignments in just a few clicks and share it.
It's that easy.
But I think that you will do fine without the tutorial as well.
Curious to hear your feedback and hope it will be a big timesaver for you this school year.
Feel free to contact me with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org