The latest updates and features
You can now use multiple comparison categories to create groups in your subject, teaching set and student analysis, including any custom groups you have added. You will be able to create several of these comparison groups to view on one screen. For detailed information on how to use this new feature, see our ‘Custom Comparison Groups’ article on the Knowledge Base.
The fine grade sliders in the Subject / Teaching set overview area are now showing numbers of students as well as the percentage. Now you know exactly how many students your ‘what if’ modelling relates to.
The new custom Gradepoint selector makes it much easier to construct the Gradepoints you want to see in your trends. Visit the Custom Gradepoint article in the Knowledge Base for more information about how this new feature works.
Add your own custom columns to Connect Interactive, for example, SEND or feeder school.
A powerful tool to allow you to quickly identify subjects where the accuracy of predicting might be a cause for concern, to enable you to set informed priorities going forward.
Student names in data grids – this has been one of the biggest sources of feedback. All grids will now contain names so that you can cross reference details quickly.
The name of your School / College will now appear in the bar at the top of your Connect screen. This will support those colleagues with multiple logins working within MATs and consortia.
You can now map subjects via the column header in the marksheet view. For those of you who are SIMS users, this will be a more familiar format to speed up your mapping.
We have a host of live and recorded webinars that are accessible via our Training Hub. With in-depth tutorials, demos and best practise guides, our webinars are here to help you get the most out of your analysis.
A full list of the features added to Connect over the last 12 months is available via the Alps Knowledge Base. Click below to find out how to access the Knowledge Base and it’s range of Alps training materials.