Resource Introduction: Albert.io

AP teachers, take notice! Rich digital support is here!


What is it?

Albert.io is a repository of test prep resources for AP, ACT, and more. Through it, students complete practice exercises aligned to those standardized tests and receive feedback on strengths and weaknesses. Albert.io has also begun including materials for regular class units that can support teachers’ digital instruction.

How can I use it?

The primary purpose of Albert.io is test preparation. The site will provide rich feedback for students and teachers, enabling teachers to make curricular decisions based on data-identified strengths and weaknesses. Students can even use it on their own to practice for their tests, even when a teacher is not actively using it in class.

Who’s using it?

AP teachers at Southview and Northview are using this resource.

Are you or someone you know using this? Notify us, and we’ll post your or their name here as a building expert! Email to aclarkson@sylvaniaschools.org.


Check out this video tutorial for Albert.io and/or use the support materials below.


Resource Links

Albert 101 Video Tutorial

Creating an Account

Creating a Classroom

Inviting Students to a Classroom

Assignments FAQ

Insights (Data) FAQ

General Albert.io Help

Author: Alexander Clarkson

After ten years of teaching English language arts at Southview High School and three years at McCord Junior High School, Alex is the first digital instruction specialist for Sylvania Schools. He moves from building to building helping teachers reach and engage their students through digital learning.

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