Teacher Resources

Curious how Quill works and how to best get started?
Simply browse through our resources below.

An Introduction to Quill


A two-page summary of Quill.

An overview of how Quill works.

Get your class set up with Quill


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


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

1. Signing Up

3. Assigning Activities

Using Quill with Clever

2. Creating a Classroom

4. Viewing Results

Tools Best Practices


If you are still not sure where to start with Quill Lessons, read the How To guide to see the step by step details to set up your first lesson.


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Teacher Stories

Kim Hinderlie, Elma Elementary School

“The kids LOVED seeing their responses come up live as we went through the lesson. Eighth-grade students were literally begging me to project their answers or asking me to allow them to resubmit an answer because they’d just gotten a better idea from another students example. An excited class learning grammar from each other, now that’s a good day in ELA class! I can’t wait till Friday to do it again.”

Britney Wilson, Morgan Co. R I Middle

“The kids are really enjoying the new lessons! As far as prepping for lessons, I start with the diagnostic first thing. I am anxious to see where the kids start at the beginning of the year and where the finish by the end of the year. We started with the most basic lessons, and are working our way up. One thing that the students love is when we put the wrong answers up on the board. They see that they aren’t the only ones who struggle, and it helps them build more confidence. We share a few laughs and then go on to find the correct answer.Once lessons are complete, we either move on or practice individually. If the students did really well and seem to understand the topic, we’ll go on. However, if they struggled with the information, we’ll spend an extra day working on the material.”

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