Join Mia Edwards, your ACT Account Executive, for an opportunity to learn more about the power of ACT Data and how to use it in strategic planning to improve school and student ACT success.
This free workshop will help to develop a deeper understanding of the ACT Assessment Reports and how to utilize this data to improve school and student ACT success!
Schools are charged with preparing students for college and/or career readiness and this is not an easy task! Part of this mission is helping students achieve maximum ACT results. As you know, there are a lot of areas that depend on ACT results:
- TOPS and TOPS Tech Awards;
- Gaining access and entry into postsecondary programs;
- Earning college credits.
ACT is here to help you maximize the data to support your students. Questions to ask yourself:
- Are we really using the data provided by a student’s ACT assessment report to improve student learning?
- Are we using student data to identify opportunities for success and improvement?
This session will involve a deep dive into student, school, and district ACT assessment reports through ACT’s Online Reporting System. This interactive workshop will include a structured time for participants to analyze their school and/or district level data for their Strategic Plan so bring your team!
Participants should bring their laptop and have access to their school/district’s ACT Online Reporting System through ACT’s Success Portal. Please contact me if you need help gaining access to this portal.
Participants will leave the session with knowledge of how to obtain and utilize ACT Assessment Reports to grow their students, school, and district to their fullest potential.
This workshop is ideal for any school or district personnel that interprets and uses ACT Data and would like a deeper understanding of the ACT Assessment Reports and how to use them to improve school and student ACT outcomes.
|Welcome and Introductions
|ACT Reports and Subtest Categories
|Networking and Break
|Questions and Conversation
Light refreshments will be provided prior to the presentation.