A quick guide to get you started with the basics of WriQ - learn about the key features, where to find them within WriQ and how to start using them.
Our teacher guide is the perfect starting point for teachers who want to start using WriQ with their students - learn about the key features, how to collaborate with your students and what to look out for on the WriQ dashboard.
This presentation shows what you need to do to register in order to use WriQ.
This presentation gives you step by step instructions on how to create and add your own rubric, how to share a rubric you have created with others, and how to make modifications to a shared rubric. A bonus rubric and writing template (Google doc) for using Exit Slips/Exit Tickets is included.
This presentation gives instructions and examples of how to introduce and use the strategy with students in grades 3 - 12. A summarizing strategy template (Google doc) and a rubric for scoring are included.
This is a one page document giving step by step instructions to creating your own classroom in WriQ.
Because WriQ works with Google Classroom, this document will give you the four easy steps to importing your classes.
This document will give you a brief overview of how to use the Rubrics section of the WriQ dashboard including viewing, creating, duplicating and customizing rubrics.
This diagram shows how teachers and students can use the Student Error toggle to either display or hide looking at the individual spelling, punctuation and grammar errors on each document assessed.
The WriQ Dashboard is the hub of the WriQ experience. It is where you can see and compare class data, analyze student progress, and create, edit, and share rubrics. This three page document will give you a breakdown of each of these areas.
This feature for Google Classroom users will allow you to create assignments through WriQ. This three page document will show you how to use this feature.