The Schoology Assessment Management Platform (AMP) supports the collaborative creation of question-based assessments and the distribution of those assessments to one or more course sections across your district or organization.
First, you or one of your colleagues creates an Assessment Team in the Resources area of your Schoology account. Next you add Members – other faculty members who will collaborate on building assessments – to the team.
Members of your team work together to create managed question banks, rubrics, and managed assessments. Each team will create and control its own question banks and assessments. You may create as many of these teams as you like.
Your team distributes the managed assessment to course sections where instructors incorporate it into the syllabus of their course, and students take the managed assessment from their course materials page.
Lastly, faculty members with appropriate permissions can view student results in analytic reports. Depending on the member’s permission level, for a given assessment they will see all results from students in their sections, in their school or primary building, and/or in your Enterprise organization.
Guide to the Assessment Management Platform (AMP)
- Setting up AMP permissions
- Creating Assessment Teams
- Building Resources within Assessment Teams
- Creating Managed Question Banks
- Assessment Management Platform (AMP) Question Types: Overview
- Creating Shared Passages
- Migrating Questions from Schoology Resources to AMP
- Creating Managed Assessments
- Associating AMP Questions Banks to Managed Assessments
- Versioning Managed Assessments
- Preview Managed Assessments
- Distributing Managed Assessments
- Managed Assessments in Courses
- Evaluating Students: Using your Course Gradebook with Managed Assessments
- For System Administrators: AMP Analytics Permissions
- Assessment Reports: Evaluating Student Results by Item
- Assessment Reports: Evaluating Student Overall Results
- Assessment Reports: Evaluating Student Mastery Results
- Assessment Reports: Evaluating Student Results by Question
- Student Demographic Reporting