State test scores don’t have to be a mystery. With the right tools and preparation, you can enter the testing period well-informed. District benchmark assessments can provide key insights into student learning and growth over the school year. With interim assessments, you can predict how students will perform on the end-of-year state tests and take early action to improve your students’ scores.
Tune in to hear from district administrators who have fine-tuned their benchmarks to identify struggling students and get them on track.
Predictive Analytics for School Leaders
Wednesday, April 26th, 2017
10am PT / 1pm ET
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This webinar will help you learn how to create benchmarks that predict student achievement levels so you can act early if students need more support.
The event will include:
- Tips and tools for successfully predicting and preparing for state tests
- Success stories from innovative school leaders from Ohio and New Jersey
- An overview of Edulastic reports, data, and insight tools for school leaders
Resident Teacher Advisor @ Edulastic
Jennie Tookoian is a former high school teacher who currently works with Edulastic as a Teacher Advocate. She stays connected with students as a K-12 special projects teacher at Hallmark Charter School in Sanger, California.
Chillicothe City Schools
Math and Science Supervisor
Barnegat Township School District
Joanne Long is the Supervisor for math, science, technology and world language at Barnegat Schools, at the Jersey shore, NJ. She has been in this position for almost 3 years. She was previously a science supervisor in central Jersey and, before that, a HS biology teacher.
Joanne has been using Edulastic for almost 2 years for standardized benchmarks and exams and would like to see it used more in her district. She says, “The diagnostics just keep getting better as do the quality of questions available in the item banks.”