Presented by Scott McConnell, Ph.D., Director of Assessment Innovation at Renaissance and Emeritus Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Minnesota; and Rachel Brown, Ph.D., Senior Research Consultant at Renaissance and Professor of Educational and School Psychology Emerita at the University of Southern Maine
Presented by Jon Alfuth, Senior Director, State Policy, KnowledgeWorks.org; Dr. Kipp D. Rogers, Chief Academic Officer, Virginia Beach City Public Schools; and Doris Zahner, Ph.D., Chief Academic Officer, CAE
Presented by Dr. Jennifer Bishop, National Reading Consultant, Reading Horizons; and Stacy Hurst, Chief Academic Officer and Assistant Professor of Reading, Southern Utah University
Presented by Sarah Brown, Ph.D., Senior Director, MTSS Solutions, Renaissance; and Gene Kerns, Ed.D., Vice President and Chief Academic Officer, Renaissance
We know assessment is a tool that helps teachers to inform personalized learning, differentiate instruction, accelerate learning, and ultimately support healthy learning mindsets. But all this happens only when assessments are valid and reliable. Or, more simply, when assessments are good.
Presented by Jan K. Hoegh, Author and Associate, Marzano Resources
Using student data to guide instruction is not only an effective way to increase student achievement, but it can also help educators grow professionally as they continue to analyze new data, discuss its implications, and explore solutions.
Presented by Dr. Stephan Knobloch, Senior National Director of Academic Planning & Analytics, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Presented by Laine Bradshaw, Ph.D., Vice President of Classroom Solutions, Pearson; and Alisha Natvig, Sr. Product Manager, Pearson
Presented by Chrisel Clay Smith, Ed.D., Reading Program Lead, University of Minnesota, FAST for Success-Reading; and Margaret Smith-Peterson, Ph.D., Professional Learning and Instructional Design, University of Minnesota, FAST for Success-Reading