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How do I see detailed student data with Student Profiles?
How do I see detailed student data with Student Profiles?

Learn how to view student data to conference with students, individualize their learning, and ultimately drive your instruction.

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Written by Luke Liu
Updated over a week ago

One of the most powerful features available in Albert is the ability to see the details of a student's usage and performance.

We offer four student drill-down views for every student:

  • Overview

  • Assignments

  • Topics

  • Info

In order to access the single-student drill-down for a student, go to your Overview sub-tab of any class. You will see all of the students in the class listed by mastery level. Click on any student to view their Student Profile.

Screenshot of the overview tab containing student profile data

[Pro-tip]: Adjust your subject and date settings to see your preferred content and timeframe.


This is the default tab for every student and provides high-level summary information about a student's usage and performance on a given subject.


This view shows you all of the assignments a student has received along with their completion and performance data for each assignment. You can also access the assignment reports from this view.


The Topics tab of the Student Profiles allows teachers to see performance across the subject guide for any student. Students can find this view by navigating to My Subject Analytics.

By default, the guide levels are collapsed and you can click on the sideways arrows to expand and collapse guide levels to see the topics and subtopics.


The Info tab is a quick way to reference the contact information, school, and enrolled classes for a student. Please note that the classes listed will only include classes that you have created and not classes owned by other teachers.

Note: You will only see data on these tabs once students practice either through a class assignment or independent practice.

Note: The guidance in this article supports Albert's older data views. We will continue to support these views on Albert until June 2024, when we will fully migrate to Reports. Learn more about our newest data views here.

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