The "Drill In" feature allows users to filter out extraneous data to focus on comparing desired data points.
Note: This option is an add-on feature available for an additional fee with a school or district license. Teacher rosters must be linked to the school/district GradeCam Go! account.
1. METHOD 1 - Compare data within a specific category report
1.1. Expand the desired report's "Category" by clicking on the triangle.
1.3. Select one or more items for comparison by placing a check in the box next to each item.
1.5. Extraneous data around the chosen items is removed from view.
2. METHOD 2 - Select a specific filter group and examine data for that group
2.1. Expand the report's "Category" to locate the filter you want to apply.
Note: In this example I am selecting a group of teachers to use as the filter group for which I want to view assignment data.
2.3. Select one or more items for comparison by placing a check in the box next to each item.
2.5. The selected filters appear in the top left corner.
Note: Use the expand arrow (1) to see the specific details about the filter. Use the X that appears when you hover over the filter (2) to remove the filter if desired.
2.7. The data displayed for the selected report only shows data for the filtered items.
2.8. To select more than one filter go to the category and click on the name of the filter for each filter you want added.
3. EXAMPLES FOR USE
3.1. Student Performance
- Use the "Student Overview" report to locate a group of students (i.e. low performing, special ed, early warning).
- "Drill In" and look at the Students Lowest Standards report to see the three lowest standards for the group.
3.2. Class Performance
- Use the "Classes Overview" report to locate a set of classes (i.e. grade level or subject area).
- "Drill In" and look at how the classes are performing on common district-wide assessments.
3.3. School Performance
- Use the "Schools Overview" report to locate a set of schools.
- "Drill In" and look at how the schools are performing on various assessments.