What is the Student Portal?
The Student Portal is a website (students.allinlearning.com) to which students can log in with their Chromebooks, laptops, tablets, phones, and other web-enabled devices in order to:
- Take assessments
- Complete exit tickets
- Get remediation
- Participate in live classroom student engagement using Web Clicker
- Read "Passages of the Day"
- Look Missed Question and Progress Tracker reports
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- Students will go to the ALL In Learning Student Portal login screen on their device by clicking a link their school may provide (for example, in a portal like Clever) or by opening a web browser and going to students.allinlearning.com.
- They will have the following login options, explained below:
To scan their QR code:
Students will need a student-specific bubble sheet or their QR code sheet, which you can print from your teacher account by going to Classes > [choose your class] > [click the checkbox next to the student or select the top checkbox to select all] > click Print > [choose the bubble sheet type or choose the QR code sheet].
While they can use the QR code on their bubble sheet, the QR Code sheet has the login instructions for students on it!
The first time they scan their QR code, they'll be prompted to create a passcode. If they ever forget it, reset it in your teacher account under the Classes tab > [choose your class] > [select the student] > click "Reset Passcode."
To use Login with Google:
Students can click Login with Google and will be automatically logged in if they are currently logged into their Google account, or they'll be prompted to use their Google email and password.
To use their ALL In Learning ID:
Students can find their 10-digit ALL In Learning ID printed at the bottom of the instructions on their QR Code sheet. This option is only recommended if the other two login options aren't available.
Administer an Assessment with Student Devices
We make it easy to use your student devices for assessing in ALL In Learning, with lots of options for the type of content you can use. You can use on-screen content chosen from item banks, imported from Word, PowerPoint, or PDF, or custom-created using our PowerPoint-like interface. You can simply use the device like an electronic bubble sheet with a simple answer key, if you already have hard copies of a test. With student devices, you can use up to 12 multiple choice options on questions and students can type in short answers or submit essays, projects, or performances that will be graded with a complex rubric or a simple slider. We've got numerous testing security features as well!
- Activate the Assessment
In the Lessons/Assessments tab of your ALL In Learning account, find your lesson and click Activate>"Use with Engage & Learn," and choose your class. (If you haven't yet created a lesson, see this article for a lesson with on-screen questions or this article for a quick key to go with a printed test you already have.)
- Teacher Chooses Activation Options
Next, you'll be prompted to choose what options you'd like to use, like whether you want the questions downloaded to the device or will use a hard copy test, if you want them to see their results or not, if you want them to see which questions they missed, if you want them to see what the correct answer was, etc.
- Students log into the Student Portal at students.allinlearning.com.
See "How Students Log Into the Student Portal" section above.
- Students Select and Complete Their Test
Next, they'll be presented with a list of the lessons that are active for them. They'll tap the one they are supposed to use and are off and running, following on-screen instructions. See the article on Question Types for information on how particular question types work in the Student Portal. When students are finished, on their final "summary" screen, they'll click "Score."
- Teacher Monitors Progress
You will be able to see the results in real time as students finish their activities. If you leave the page, you can get back to it by following step 3 (above) again. If it's a learning activity, you could leave it open indefinitely, and the students can go back in and engage it repeatedly. You will not see any reports until you get into the grading screen (whether you stay in it after activating or if you click "Leave Session Open" to do something else and come back to it) and see all the students' names turn green.
- Deactivate the assessment, if needed
This is a useful feature if your students haven't finished completing the assessment but the class has ended. As long as the assessment is activated for Engage & Learn, the students will have access to it in their student portal. That means they can log in at home and finish the test. This might be useful for homework, but a lot of teachers want to make sure the test is only completed in the class.
To keep students from having access to the assessment outside of class, you can click on "End Session" to produce a report, or if they need more time and you want them to finish the assessment in class tomorrow, deactivate the assessment for Engage & Learn.
You can deactivate the assessment for Engage & Learn by clicking the Engage & Learn settings button above your list of students and then clicking the Deactivate button. Notice that the Engage & Learn settings button turns from green to red. If the button is green, the students can access it in their student portal.
Tomorrow, when you're ready for the students to complete the assessment, just click that same button and activate it again. The students will be able to pick up right where they left off.
- Teacher Clicks "End Session"
Once all student scores are green and you've done any rubric grading or checked on their constructed responses, click "End Session" to close out the activity and see the detailed reports show up in the Reports tab!