This year’s Texas Assessment Conference call for proposals centers on the theme:
“Uniting Powerful Teams to Drive Student Performance”
Concurrent sessions are one hour in length. Proposal deadline has now been extended to July 13th. The following are suggested (but not limited to) areas for session topics:
- State & Federal Accountability
- Best Practices
- Successful Testing Solutions
- Translating Data Into Action
- Uniting Powerful Teams
- Professional Learning Communities
- Leveraging Data to Build ROI (Return on Investment)
- Building Systematic Processes (Inputs to Outputs to Outcomes)
- Collaboration Across Teams (Assessment, Curriculum & Instruction, Technology, and Finance)
- College and Career Readiness
- Small and Mid-size District Solutions
- Formative Assessment (Ongoing Outputs – Data for the Purpose of Learning)
- Summative Assessment (Outcomes – STAAR-related final exams, semester exams, Benchmarks, ACT/SAT, etc.)
- Special Populations & Emergent Bilingual Practices (TELPAS, Transition to English, etc.)
- Best Practices
If you are submitting the session proposal on behalf of someone else, please fill in the Submission Editor contact information to receive a carbon copy of submission notifications.
Exhibitors/Vendors wanting to submit a session proposal must co-present with someone from a school campus, district, or college/university to have their session proposal considered.
All main presenters and co-presenters must register for the Texas Assessment Conference and pay the registration fee.
Presenters should answer three learning objectives when preparing a concurrent session proposal.