MACUL 2012 Session Information

The gang from the Calhoun ISD will be around for three sessions at MACUL this year. We've mixed in literacy, mobile devices, and data conferencing. The main goal of each session is to have participants walk away with immediate and practical uses of our resources. For questions on sessions, please e-mail Mitch Fowler ( We look forward to seeing you at #MACUL2012!

Taming Wild Running Records – Using DataDirector to Progress Monitor Literacy

Presenters: Mitch Fowler and Maureen Slamer

Thursday March 8, 2012 1:00pm - 2:00pm @ River Overlook A, DeVos Place

Confidently discuss student literacy skills with parents, administrators, and colleges by supporting your claims with meaningful student data. Attendees will learn how to collect and organize literacy assessment data using existing assessments in conjunction with DataDirector. Save time and frustration by accessing all literacy data in one spot while organizing the data quickly to meet your needs. Participants will confidently head back to the classroom with a clear vision of how to take existing literacy assessments and maximize its potential with DataDirector.

Data for Student Success: The Power of Data Conferencing

Presenters: Mitch Fowler and Maureen Slamer

Thursday March 8, 2012 2:30pm - 3:30pm @ Grand View A, Amway

What is data conferencing? How can this strategy be used to support progress monitoring for student learning at the building and district level? Join us to discover more.

There's an Assessment for That!

Presenters: Mitch Fowler

Friday March 9, 2012 8:30am - 9:30am @ Pearl, Amway

Recognize the time saving power of mobile devices by gathering and analyzing student data in a few quick touches. Presenters will help attendees design and configure DataDirector assessments to maximize the features of today’s mobile devices. Quickly gather and access assessment data in order to discuss student growth with administrator or colleges. Don’t let your mobile device miss out as an integral part of the assessment process and leave feeling confident you’re getting the most out of your device.

Last modified: Saturday, March 3, 2012, 1:57 PM