SchoolCity® USEEK Webinars, provide education leaders an opportunity to learn more on quality assessment and data related issues. Looking for a standard how-to webinar? Choose a SchoolCity Basics; they are designed to walk you through the assessment building process. Looking to increase your assessment and analytics expertise? Try a DoK 3 USEEK.
In addition to those listed below, SchoolCity Partner District personnel are encouraged to reach out to your SchoolCity Account Manager for a full list of Customer Webinars & Trainings available for your district professional development and teacher engagement needs.
Partner USEEK: Inspect and Fluence - When More Is Better!
Date: Tuesday, March 20
Time: 8:30 AM or 1:30 PM PDTSave My Seat!
Description: Exciting times are among us! Inspect and Fluence have joined forces in the formative assessment world to provide educators with even more. Attend this USEEK to learn about what this merger means for you and why we chose to come together. Hear about the new resources you’ll have available and what you need to do to access them.
Level: All Users
Recommended: School and District Administrators
Partner USEEK: Regression Analysis
Date: Thursday, March 22
Time: 8:30 AM PSTSave My Seat!
Description: Do you know if the assessments you create and administer are effective? Join our partners from Bibb County, Georgia, as we explore the psychometric components of SchoolCity SUITE to determine the reliability and validity of progress monitoring assessments.
Level: Intermediate to Experienced Users
Recommended: School/District Administrators
Partner USEEK: A Data Analysis Protocol that Finally Answers “Why” by Elevated Achievement
Date: Wednesday, April 25
Time: 8:30 AM or 1:30 PM PSTSave My Seat!
Description: Most data protocols tell a teacher “what” needs to be retaught, and “who” the students are that need reteaching. While this is crucial information to have, it doesn’t help teachers understand “why” students scored as they did. Learn about a data analysis protocol that gets to the heart of what teachers need to know—“why” students mastered, or did not, that standard or skill. Without this knowledge teachers cannot effectively support students to reach mastery.
Level: All Users