Eidex and Michigan ASCD have teamed up to host a free workshop on assessing student performance data this November. This strategic session will help you utilize your district’s assessment data more effectively – to help better inform instructional practices and curriculum revisions.

Our panel of Michigan-based district leaders will share insights and protocols related to analyzing student assessment data. Demonstrating techniques for finding performance patterns pertaining to the M-Step, NWEA, PSAT, and SAT exams, their goal will be to help you answer questions like:

  • How have each of my buildings performed over time relative to subject-area proficiency?
  • Where are my areas of underperformance and outperformance across math and ELA?
  • How do my cohorts compare with one another on the growth proficiency matrix?
  • What instructional and curricular actions steps can be taken based on the answers to these and other questions?

You’ll hear how members of our panel have analyzed their district’s data, diagnosed factors contributing to performance disparities, and formulated action plans. And, you won’t want to miss our session on the best practices for building-level goal setting.

Speakers will include:
George Heitsch, Superintendent
Farmington Public Schools

Aaron Johnson, Assistant Superintendent
Farmington Public Schools

Jennifer Arnswald, Director of Curriculum & Instruction
Ionia Public Schools

Ron Wilson, Superintendent
Ionia Public Schools

Karen Roy, Director of Special Projects
Mecosta-Osceola ISD

Mike Huber, Director of Curriculum & Instruction
Portage Public Schools

Doug Trombley, Superintendent
Saginaw Township Community Schools

Denise Kish, Director of Academic Services

We hope you can join us for this engaging and informative session that can help you take student achievement to the next level of success! Please feel free to extend this invitation to your principals and anyone else on your team who you feel would be interested in attending, including those who lead in the areas of teaching, learning, curriculum, and assessment. All are welcome!