Texas Assessment Conference

DMAC will exhibit and present at the upcoming Texas Assessment Conference.

When: November 1-2, 2021
Where: Kalahari Resort, Round Rock
Register: Click Here to Register
Booth: Visit our booth (213) to pick up some DMAC swag and see our latest updates!

Presentations

  • Date: Monday, November 1
  • Room: Cypress
  • Time: 3:15 – 4:15 pm
  • Presenters: Lynn Phillips, Director of Curriculum/District Testing Coordinator, Jefferson ISD & Deanna Greene, DMAC Education Specialist
  • Session Title: It’s Time to Go Online! Administering TEKS-RS Assessments Using DMAC
  • Description: Learn how Jefferson ISD moved local assessments from paper to online, helping students and teachers become more familiar with the online process and online strategies. See how JISD monitors student assessments to ensure students are ready and fully understand how to respond to essays and griddables in an online format as well as student accommodations. 
  • Date: Tuesday, November 2
  • Room: Kilimanjaro 4
  • Time: 8:00 – 9:00 am
  • Presenters: Jennifer Mulkey, Director & Kelly Bounds, District Testing Coordinator, Sanger ISD
  • Session Title: Data, Data, Everywhere! Where to Start
  • Description: Educators know that effective collection, analyzation, and use of data can measure student progress, evaluate programs and instructional effectiveness, guide curriculum development and resource allocation, promote accountability and, most important, ensure that every child learns. Learn how Sanger ISD uses data to do all of these things and more! 
  • Date: Tuesday, November 2
  • Room: Kilimanjaro 1
  • Time: 1:30 – 2:30 pm
  • Presenters: Tami Hargrove, Director of Student Services and Instruction, Spearman ISD & Shane Whiteley, Assistant Superintendent, Spearman ISD 
  • Session Title: The “Little” Junior High that Could
  • Description:  Spearman Junior High, a rural Title I campus in the Texas Panhandle, has been nominated as a National Blue Ribbon School in Academic Achievement AND received an Exemplary Rating, earning ALL seven distinctions in 2019. Learn how a culture of excellence was created using data-driven instruction and research-based strategies such as creative scheduling and student grouping that resulted in student growth. Listen as we share best practices and tools that helped this campus defy the odds. 

PLEASE NOTE! If you or your district is planning to present at the Texas Assessment Conference, please let us know if you plan to feature DMAC. We’d love to provide you with some promotional items, or anything else you may need to show how your district utilizes the software.