|How user data can be used:
|How we enhance functionality:
•To display and sync with your Google Classroom the following main scopes are being accessed: Google courses, roster, profiles, grades and assignments.
•The grades are used to create stats, charts and student progress and measure student and class performance.
•Profile information is needed to link the students email to the school database system.
•The roster data is used to sync the school class with the Google classroom. When a new Google class is created the SIS data is used in conjunction Google Classroom.
•To create and display the class room data in a GUI environment.
•Quality management to visualize, assess and view your online LMS.
•Assignments turn in rate, compared with past turn in history.
•Creating a medium between Google Classroom and the school student data system.
•Educational progress and academic risk management.
•View the Google classroom, school class and student data in a visual way.
•Easy accessible bridge between the two systems.
•Google Student grades can be compared within the existing school data system.
•Joining the Google LMS with the schools existing information system to enhance productivity, knowledge and decision making.
•Deploy a risk management practice by joining the two systems to identify assessment of learner performance to improve education.
•Implements quality control for staff, students and districts.
•Promote innovation with LMS management tools for increased teaching and learner capacity.
•Districts can check qualify assurance on how Google classroom is used in the class room.
•Data driven information by roster syncing and measuring Google Classroom.
•Assignment and assessment of student progress and grade performance.
•Drive access is used to see how the drive file is used in relation to the Google classroom classes, assignment and work items.
•How often and which documents are being used, can give indication on what makes assignments successful.
•The drive can only be read and no files can be changed, deleted or created.
•The drive information is shown in a visual platform.
•The drive is organized according to Google assessments and tests being currently conducted.
•One click opens the document in Google drive.
•User Drive statistics about what kind of files are being used.
•Drive is arranged and organized to give category information.
•Now you can see it from a different perspective in relationship to your class teaching experience.