December 9, 2019 - MobyMax, the most widely adopted differentiated learning solution in the U.S., is pleased to announce the launch of Quick Question, a new edtech solution that enables teachers to quickly ask questions and understand exactly what students know, in real time. In a bold move, MobyMax is offering Quick Question not as a limited version or free trial, but as part of a complete assessment solution that is absolutely free for all teachers worldwide.
With Quick Question, teachers spend ten seconds creating a question that the entire class can immediately answer. The question can be in the form of multiple choice, true/false, fill-in-the-blank, or short answer. Teachers get an immediate picture of what their students know, as student answers are updated on the teacher’s screen in real time.
“We strive to make teachers’ lives easier and give them more time back in their instructional day,” said MobyMax co-founder Glynn Willett. “With Moby Quick Question, teachers can make sure that students are proficient in what they are learning.”
“Quick Question also helps teachers teach challenging concepts to struggling students without interrupting lesson flow. Quick Question gives teachers real-time insights into exactly what their students know. It also gives them a straightforward way to check for understanding without needing to grade tests and quizzes. Quick Question will transform teaching by creating the time teachers need to do just that: teach,” said Willett.
Quick Question is just one of the six modules available in Moby’s comprehensive assessment package, Quick Checker. Teachers can register and use MobyMax Quick Checker for free at https://www.mobymax.com/quick-checker.
MobyMax helps struggling learners quickly catch up to grade level and closes learning gaps for all students.
Moby Learning, Moby Quick Checker, Moby Interactive, and Moby Rewards are all award-winning components of MobyMax, creating the most effective solution to find and fix learning gaps.
MobyMax is used in more than 82% of all K-8 schools in the United States, with over 28.7 million students and 1.5 million teachers registered.
For more information, visit http://www.mobymax.com.