Learn how to use Reports for class, assignment, student, question and standards data analysis.

Note: Albert’s “Reports” feature is currently in beta testing. Feel free to explore this new feature with the guidance provided below. As you explore, please share any feedback you may have here.

Table of Contents:

  1. What is the Reports feature?

  2. How do I generate a Data Report?

  3. How can I review assignment data?

  4. How can I review student data?

  5. How can I review data by standard?

  6. How can I review data by question?


What is the Reports feature?

The Reports feature, currently in Beta testing, is Albert’s one-stop shop for a wide variety of data reports. You will be able to generate reports for your classes based on different criteria you select, allowing flexibility in analyzing your data.

Please note that our current data reports are still available for use, and you can learn more about them here.


How do I generate a Data Report?

  1. To generate a new data report, click on the Reports tab from the primary navigation bar.

  2. Choose the desired class for which you’d like to review data.

  3. Choose the type of report that you’d like to generate for the selected class. You will have an opportunity to further distill the data from this point.

  1. To customize and scope the data generated in your report, add any relevant metrics or filters.

  2. Sort the populated data by any column by clicking on the relevant arrow.

[Pro-Tip:] To save your report, click Download Report. This will generate a CSV that can be viewed in Excel or Google Sheets. To share your report with a co-teacher or approved school admin, simply copy & paste the URL. Alternatively, any co-teacher added to your classroom will be able to generate their own data reports.

How can I review assignment data?

Reviewing assignment-level data allows you to easily view how your students perform on a specific assignment. You can drill into assignment-level data to see how each student performed, as well as class averages for questions and standards.

  1. Click on the Reports tab from the primary navigation bar.

  2. Choose the desired class for which you’d like to review data.

  3. Choose the type of report: Assignments

  4. Adjust the filters and metrics to appropriately scope your data.

  5. To further distill assignment data, click on any row. You will automatically be shown how each student in your class performed on the assignment. You can adjust the secondary view to see how your class performed at the question or standards level for that particular assignment by clicking the dropdown:

6. To dig even further into your data, click on any row to see how a particular student performed at the standards or question level.

7. Continue clicking into each row to access a more specific level of analysis!

8. To return to the previous view, click the corresponding report type within the drilldown flow:

[Pro-Tip:] At any point, you can use the Search bar to further refine your data. For example, you could search by a specific state’s standards by typing “CA” or “California” into the search bar.

How can I review student data?

Reviewing student-level data allows you to easily view how your students are performing within your class or a specific subject or topic. You can drill into student-level data to see how each student performed on specific assignments, as well as student averages by questions and standards. Like all of our Reports, student reports can be downloaded for use during IEP meetings or conferences.

  1. Click on the Reports tab from the primary navigation bar.

  2. Choose the desired class for which you’d like to review data.

  3. Choose the type of report: Students

  4. Adjust the filters and metrics to appropriately scope your data. Consider using the Subject filter to view data for a specific subject, topic, or subtopic.

  5. To further distill student data, click on any row. You will automatically be shown how that student performed on each question they have practiced. You can adjust the secondary view to see how that students performed at the assignment or standards level by clicking the dropdown.

  6. Continue clicking into each row to access a more specific level of analysis!

How can I review data by standard?

Reviewing data by standards allows you to easily view how your students are performing on key standards within your curriculum. You can drill into standard-level data to see how class averages by standard, how each student performed on specific standards, and question averages sorted by standard. Coming soon, standards reports will also have an option to view additional questions within a standard to quickly build supporting assignments for standards not yet mastered.

  1. Click on the Reports tab from the primary navigation bar.

  2. Choose the desired class for which you’d like to review data.

  3. Choose the type of report: Standards

  4. Adjust the filters and metrics to appropriately scope your data. Consider using the Subject filter to view standards for a specific subject, topic, or subtopic. You can also use the search bar to find specific standards or a state specific set of standards.

  5. To further distill your standards data, click on any row. You will automatically be shown how students performed on that particular standard. You can adjust the secondary view to see averages by question or assignment. To do so, simply click the dropdown.

  6. Continue clicking into each row to access a more specific level of analysis!

How can I review data by question?

Reviewing data by question allows you to easily view how your students are performing on specific questions. You can use this information to create review assignments or identify patterns in any misconceptions. Drill into question-level data to see how individual students performed on each question. Coming soon, question reports will also have an option to view the question prompt to readily support direct instruction or class discussion.

  1. Click on the Reports tab from the primary navigation bar.

  2. Choose the desired class for which you’d like to review data.

  3. Choose the type of report: Questions

  4. Adjust the filters and metrics to appropriately scope your data. Consider using the Subject filter to view standards for a specific subject, topic, or subtopic.

  5. To further distill question data, click on any row. You will automatically be shown how students performed on that particular question.

Be on the lookout for additional improvements in the coming weeks. If you have any feedback on this new feature, please let us know your thoughts here.

If you’re looking to use Albert’s existing data tools, you can learn more about those features here.

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