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2015 New DAC Training
by Jimmy Adams - Friday, May 22, 2015, 9:08 AM
 

The 2015 New DAC training is July 29, 2015 at 8:00 AM. Registration is NOW OPEN.

The training is held at Indiana Wesleyan University in Louisville, KY. The address is 1500 Alliant Avenue, Louisville, KY 40299.  There will be a block of rooms held under KAAC at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites #502-240-0035  

Address: 1620 Alliant Ave, Louisville, KY 40299.  The block of rooms will by open June 1 in order for you to secure your reservations.

 REGISTER HERE for 2015 New DAC Training

 

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This page is designed for participants attending the 2014 Scott Trimble Assessment Conference Pre-Session Workshop.

This workshop will focus on strategies to work with school staffs to dig deeper into the Common Core state standards. Participants will engage in professional learning experiences that highlight if teachers are really teaching the core. Strategies for working in both reading and math will be shared along with tools to help administrators provide feedback to teachers on fidelity of implementation of the new KY Core standards. Unit planning in mathematics and language arts will be discussed along with common assessment ideas.

This page is designed for participants attending the 2014 Scott Trimble Assessment Conference Pre-Session Workshop.

Student Growth Goals (SGGs) are an integral part of Kentucky's Professional Growth and Effectiveness System.  In order for SGGs to have true impact on student learning, administrators must help teachers move beyond mere compliance by engaging them in meaningful conversations around rigor and data. In this session, participants will:

  • receive an overview of the structure and rigor requirements of SGGs,
  • engage in scenarios around high-quality SGG development and growth monitoring, and
  • gain strategies for leading professional conversations to ensure rigorous SGGs.

This session is primarily geared toward school and district administrators responsible for guiding and supporting teachers through the Student Growth Goal process, but would also be beneficial for teacher leaders and classroom teachers.