At this time, only teachers with active school licenses have access to Albert's assessments. If you haven't assigned your assessment yet, learn how to assign it.

Find Assessment Data

The Assessments sub-tab will allow you to view data by student or question.

  1. Click on the Classes tab at the top of the screen.

  2. Click View Class.

  3. Click on the Assessments subtab.

This view shows you all the assessments you have assigned to your class. You can quickly find a particular assessment based on its status.

  • OPEN - assessments that students are still working on. This includes assessments that not all students have submitted that are not past due or are past due but allow late submissions.

  • SCHEDULED - assessments that are not yet open to students.

  • CLOSED - assessments that all assigned students have submitted or are past due and do not allow late submissions.

View Assessment Data

  1. Click on the assessment for which you'd like to view results.

  2. At the top of the page, you can view an overview of the class's performance.

  3. Scroll down to the Students and Questions tab to view a breakdown of how each student performed on each question.

View Assessment Data by Standard and Take Action

In the Insights sub-tab, you can view assessment data by standard. This view will allow you to find other questions that align with that standard so you can create targeted review activities.

  • Navigate the Insights sub-tab

  • Under Report Type select Assessment and then type in the name of the assessment you would like to view

The Performance section is where you can view data by standard. Scroll down to the section and select the Standard tab to view each standard on the assessment and the class's accuracy. To create a targeted review activity, follow these steps:

  • Identify the standard you would like to review

  • Click the Find Questions button

  • You will be brought to the subject guide. Here you can add questions to a folder or assign them.

Exporting Assessment Data

From the Assessments subtab within any classroom, you can click on an assessment to view student results. At the top-right corner of the page, you will see two buttons to export the assessment data:

  • Basic:

    • Simply exports the data you see in the view to a CSV.

  • Detailed

    • Provides an in-depth breakdown of students, questions, and attempts that goes beyond what is shown in the view.

You can export and download these reports and upload them into your grade book.

If you want to view how students answered on multiple-choice questions, download the Detailed (Excel) and explore the Students tab.

Learn more about customizing Albert's premade assessments.

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