Get Ready for Testing

If you’re an elementary teacher, your Edulastic account is already created and your class rosters are ready to go. Login to Schoology and click on the Edulastic app.

Login to Edulastic:
Teachers and students can login to Edulastic through Schoology

How to give a practice test:
Edulastic has created a practice test to help students get used to the Edulastic platform. It doesn’t have real test questions. You can also assign any assessment from the assessment library for students to practice math questions.

Guide for families (English | Spanish):
Download guides to explain what the Common Formative Assessments are and how parents should support their child before and during testing.

Find quick how-tos for accessing Edulastic, administering the Common Formative Assessments and more in the video playlist:

Administering District Benchmarks

Teachers will administer the Common Formative Assessments to students during Zoom class time, in small groups or 1:1.

Find Answers to Frequently Asked Questions:
Answers to the most common questions asked by teachers during testing, like what to do if you accidentally open or close the test.

Understanding Your Results
For district benchmarks and your own quizzes, Edulastic gives you instant data on student understanding. Learn more how to use reports with the resources below:
Creating Classroom Formatives

In addition to district benchmarks, you can use Edulastic to create quizzes, common formatives for your team, bell ringers, exit tickets, etc. It’s especially helpful for distance learning when you can’t do these on paper!

Choose standards-aligned questions from our item banks or create your own questions and share. Edulastic has 51+ question types that mirror SBAC like drag and drop, multi-part and graphing.

Getting started with Edulastic
Middle and High School teachers at LAUSD can create an account in Edulastic and sync their clases by signing up with Clever or Schoology.
Creating Classroom Formatives

You can use Edulastic to create quizzes, common formatives for your team, bell ringers, exit tickets, etc. It’s especially helpful for distance learning when you can’t do these on paper!

Choose standards-aligned questions from our item banks or create your own questions and share. Edulastic has 51+ question types that mirror SBAC like drag and drop, multi-part and graphing.

Understanding Your Results
For all of your assessments, Edulastic gives you instant data on student understanding. Watch the video below to see the data you can get, even with the free teacher version:
Getting started with Edulastic
If you’ve been set up as an elementary level administrator, your Edulastic account is already created and you can access data from the district benchmarks and other assessments given in the buildings you work with.
Understanding Your Results
You’ll get assessment results for both district benchmarks and other assessments given by teachers in the buildings you work with. Learn more how to use reports with the resources below:
Go Deeper and Use Edulastic for Other Formatives
In addition to district benchmarks, teachers and administrators can use Edulastic to create quizzes, common formatives for your team, bell ringers, exit tickets, etc. It’s especially helpful for distance learning when you can’t do these on paper!
What is Edulastic?

Edulastic is an online assessment system that allows teachers to create online quizzes, tests and assignments using a variety of interactive question types. Students will only work on Edulastic when their teacher has given them an assignment. Elementary math teachers will be administering three benchmark tests on Edulastic this year.

To access district benchmarks, elementary students should login to their Clever dashboard and click on the Edulastic app.

For some Edulastic assignments, students will receive immediate feedback on their score and the correct answers. For others, they may receive only scores or no feedback until later. If a student’s teacher allows it, students can review past assignments to learn from their mistakes and study for future tests.
Parent and Guardian Access
Edulastic offers a parent / guardian account that will allow you to see assignments and scores that are available to your student. Ask your student’s teacher to invite you.
What is Edulastic?

Edulastic is an online tool where your teacher can assign you quizzes, tests and assignments. We hope doing these assignments online is more engaging than filling out bubble sheets!

For some assignments, you’ll know how you did as soon as you click submit, which will help you see what you still need to work on in that class.

You will only work on Edulastic when your teacher has given you an assignment.

Logging in to Edulastic

If you are an elementary student, get to Edulastic by logging into your Clever dashboard. Then click on the Edulastic app.

If you are a middle or high school student, get login instructions from your teacher.