ASANA in school


#1

Hi everyone,

I teach high school computer science and we’ve started using Asana as our go to system for student feedback. Here’s how we do it.

We set up a class (have to split into 2 teams for free version) and invite the students to join. We then create a template of sections with learning goals/objectives (e.g. data representation, logic gates) and name a project for each student.

They have sections and under each they or we create targets for them.

This is excellent because all my feedback is located in one place and students and their teacher can see feedback and respond to it. It’s a relatively new project for us so we are learning as we go.

However, we can’t afford the premium. Will Asana ever offer an education discount or similar?

Thanks,

James


#2

Hi @James_Scutt

I don’t know if you’d qualify, but it’s worth reading this:


#3

HI @James_Scutt and welcome to the Forum!

Not sure if you qualify for the non-profit discount mentioned by @Mark_Hudson, but you can also apply for a 6 months free student trial! More info :point_right:https://asana.com/students

Hope this helps! Please let us know if you have any follow-up questions!


#4

Thanks Mark


#5

Great use case, and most manager’s can take a page out of your book when it comes to collaborating on objectives for their direct reports.