Join Chris Lefevre and Lydia Griffin, ACT Account Executives in North Carolina, for an opportunity to learn more about ACT programs and data you already have and how they work together to paint a robust picture of college and career readiness.
workshop will describe…
- Why you really give The ACT® , PreACT®, and ACT® WorkKeys® Assessments
- How each assessment plays a valuable role in monitoring and measuring true college and career readiness
- Ways to engage students and recognize their achievement
- Where to find your ACT and PreACT data, how it connects, and what you should do with it
- Why college and career readiness begins in elementary school
Participants will leave the session with…
- A deeper understanding of the value of ACT assessments for all stakeholders from school to family to community
- Knowledge to effectively communicate this value to other educators and staff, students, and families
- Concrete ideas for helping motivate students
- Knowledge of how to use data from ACT assessments for multiple purposes including benchmarking in grades 8-12
, interactive workshop is ideal for district and school leaders, curriculum and instruction staff, and college and career readiness staff looking to deepen their understanding of state-mandated ACT assessments and data. This workshop is not geared toward school counselors or test coordinators. You will get great benefit from bringing a team to discuss applications for your district or school.
Light refreshments will be provided prior to the presentation. Please bring a sack lunch – lunch is 30 minutes.
|Welcome and Introductions
|Comprehensive Guide to The ACT®, PreACT®, and ACT® WorkKeys® Assessments
|Networking and Lunch
|Using Your ACT Data
|Wrap Up/Next Steps
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