Join Kim Rasmussen, ACT Account Executive, for an opportunity to learn more about the power of ACT data and ways to use it to improve the college and career readiness of your students!This FREE workshop will help you improve outcomes for your school and your students
This session will share strategies for using ACT data from ACT academic assessments and Workkeys to drive the continuous improvement process in classrooms, schools, and school systems. Once made practical, the data is valued. We will include time for participants to work in their own data and use ACT tools to support the improvement planning process. We will also discuss use of the data to evaluate strengths and weaknesses in local curriculum as well as application to school improvement goals. There is dedicated time in this session for you to roll up your sleeves and work in your school’s data! Join this session and leave on a path to build school and student success.
Participants will leave the session with:
- An understanding of the value of ACT data
- Identification of useful data available through the administration of ACT academic assessments and Workkeys
- Understanding the how ACT data and ACT tools support the continuous improvement process
- How to access and how to use the data for multiple purposes, including benchmarking progress in grades 8-12.
workshop is ideal for superintendents, assistant superintendents, assessment directors, curriculum directors, college and career readiness directors, coordinators, building principals, department heads, and lead teachers.
Bring a team! Great session for working on issues related to school accreditation, PLCs, and Career/Academic Planning!
Light refreshments will be provided prior to the presentation.
|Welcome and Introductions
|Brief Overview and Updates
|ACT Data Tools and ACT Online Reporting
|Working in the Data with Networking and Coaching
|Defining Areas for Improvement
|SMART Goals – Writing and Review in Networking Team
|Wrap Up/Next Steps
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