Edulastic is a powerful online assessment tool for K-12 educators. It’s widely used throughout the United States and world for everything from quick, formative assessments to formal, summative exams.

It’s simple and fast to get started with Edulastic. Most new teachers are able to easily create an account, sync with Google Classroom, and assign an assessment. If needed, we have extensive resources for new teachers, including videos on our YouTube channel and how-to articles in our Knowledge Base.

If you’re an experienced Edulastic educator, then this is the blog post for you. We have resources to help you uplevel your Edulastic skills, including recorded webinars and Edulastic Self-Paced Training Courses. Check them out below!

Advanced Edulastic Skills Webinars

Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, and Calculus teachers won’t want to miss out on this math tools workshop that will review the features available to Math teachers in Edulastic. In addition to an overview of math questions, power user tools, math keypads, and the Desmos calculator, we dive into how to set up a graphing question and dynamic parameters. You’ll also get a look at math question behavior and how to set up evaluation parameters so Edulastic will automatically grade for the answer you’re looking to get from students.

During this workshop, we’ll walk through several of the powerful tools in Edulastic that help when creating, giving, and interpreting the results from online assessments.  If it’s testing season for you and your students, if you’re getting more comfortable with the basic Edulastic features, or if you’re just curious to learn more, this is the workshop for you. 

Specifically, we dive into the Express Grader, Report Cards, Reports, Edit and Regrade, Power Tools, Security Features, and more.

Self-Paced Training Courses

Go beyond an introductory session by taking an in-depth course according to your role. Upon completion of any course, earn a professional development certificate.

Learn more about reports, data, online assessment, and more.

More Resources

Don’t worry, the learning doesn’t have to stop here.