What is Quill?

Quill provides learning activities that engage students in the writing process through web applications teaching grammar and writing skills. Teachers have a dashboard that shows them how their students are progressing on the Common Core standards.

Quill provides a diagnostic that assesses students on their writing skills and then recommends up to eight weeks of instruction based on the results. Teachers can also pick from over 300 activities built from 42 Common Core standards, and can then view the results in detailed reports. Some of our most popular activities include complex sentences, comma usage, capitalization, verb tense agreement, and commonly confused words.

Each activity takes 10 minutes in length, and students typically complete their assignments in class. As students are working, they receive instant feedback on their work. This feedback helps students quickly master writing skills, and it saves teachers dozens of hours spent grading. Teachers can view reports that show which students need the most in-class help and which students are ready to advance to more challenging materials.

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Website: www.quill.org
Founded: 2013
Employees: 6
Location: 55 Exchange Place, #603, New York, NY 10005

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Sharing Quill with Teachers

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A two-page summary of Quill.

An overview of how Quill works.

Quill Screenshots

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Quill Homepage

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Quill Sentence Structure Diagnostic

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Quill Grammar

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Student Results

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Activity Planner

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Progress Report

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Quill Connect

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Quill ELL Diagnostic

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Quill Proofreader

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Student Dashboard

Visual Overview

Visual Overview

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Getting Started Guides

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A simple 5-step getting started guide graphic.

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Everything you need to know about setting up your first class and assigning activities.

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Learn how to sign up as a student and join your teacher’s class.

Video Tutorials

1. Signing Up

3. Assigning Activities

2. Creating a Classroom

4. Viewing Results