What if I don't have normal assignments?
If you can't post assignments, you can't post assignments, and that's OK. However, you must state this on your website.
Most importantly, you need to clarify this in case any confused parents visit your site looking for class assignments for their child.
It also helps us when principals or district administrators ask us to check that all sites meet the minimum requirements. It is not possible for us to research whether or not hundreds of teachers each need to post assignments. If you have no assignments and no explanation of why you don't have assignments, then we don't have any choice but to mark your site as incomplete.
Why you might not be able to post assignment information
Individualism. The nature of the class or your teaching is such that each student gets unique assignments/projects or progresses at their own pace.
Assistance/Tutoring. You help students complete assignments that they receive in other classes.
No assignments given. Your class is based entirely on in-class work or participation. There is no homework and no need to make-up work if absent.
Assignments are always the same. If your class focuses on extensive practice of a specific set of skills, students might be expected to do the exact same homework every day/week. For example: a reading teacher might always expect 15 minutes of reading a night; a band teacher might always expect 15 minutes of instrument practice each night.
Things you can post instead of assignments
If you can't post assignments, you are strongly encouraged to post whatever you can that might help: