Data & Reports forMcGraw-Hill My Math
McGraw-Hill My Math Data Dashboard
Overview of Data Dashboard
Transforms insights into action
Drawing on performance data from student assessments and activities, the McGraw-Hill My Math Data Dashboard:
- Enables immediate, leveled re-teaching and targeted assignments.
- Groups students automatically and recommends differentiated activities.
- Reports results at the individual, class, and district levels.
- Tracks progress in content standards.
- Informs the use of personalized learning and intervention support.
In addition to the four classroom reports, district administrators can get insight into classroom success with Data Dashboard Administrator Reports. With shared insights, teachers will spend less time crunching numbers and more time doing what they love, inspiring their students.
The Recommendations Report provides insight as to how a class or individual is doing on content standards, allowing teachers to easily plan and assign differentiated support:
- Quickly assign suggested activities to provide differentiation.
- Performance-based grouping shows which students are approaching, on, or beyond grade level on specific standards.
- Color-coded summary of student and class performance at the standard level helps teachers identify differentiation opportunities.
In addition to the four classroom reports, district administrators can get insight into classroom success with Data Dashboard Administrator Reports.
The Activity Report shows student and class performance on activities like practice opportunities, homework, and chapter tests:
- Access an analysis by activity or grade level standard and see the average score for a class or student.
- Know just what to teach. Drill down on any activity to view an item analysis report that shows how students scored on individual items and compare them with other students in the class.
The Skills Report provides teachers with a big-picture look at the standards assessed in McGraw-Hill Math Math:
- Monitor class or indiividual progress toward learning goals at a class or student level.
- Plan future instruction by identifying skills and standards that may require targeted support.
The Progress Report provides a view of scores over time on activities that contain selected skills or standards:
- Visualize and gain a complete picture of class or individual progress towards grade-level learning goals.
- Communicate progress and learning goals when conferencing with students, families, or administrators.