Using Assessment Data to Drive Student Growth

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

9:00AM - 1:00PM

Henry Center for Executive Development
Michigan State University
3535 Forest Rd, C24
Lansing, MI 48910-3831
Complimentary Parking Provided


Assessment data is only valuable if you can immediately use it to improve student outcomes. But how do teachers get the data they need while there’s still time to personalize learning for every student—especially when that data is locked in systems that don’t communicate with one another?

MasteryConnect and MiDataHub invite you to join a special presentation and networking lunch to explore how interoperability and innovative assessment solutions are changing how educators use data to make a real impact for both teachers and students. A panel of veteran K-12 educators and tech experts will explore how educational technology is evolving to make data more actionable, while sharing their own experiences in implementing new assessment and data tools.

Presentation topics include

  • How you can transform the data culture in your school
  • The sure-fire way to get your teachers using data in just 48 hours
  • Why interoperability is the new standard for edtech
  • Insights gained from successful implementations

Bring your colleagues and get ready to network with other Michigan school and district leaders. Registration is free, but please RSVP to reserve your seat.

A complimentary lunch and parking validation are included with your registration.


Trenton Goble

Chief Academic Officer

Rosh Dhanawade

Data Architect
Indiana University INsite

Don Dailey

Michigan Data Hub

MasteryConnect Technical Team

About MasteryConnect

MasteryConnect provides leading web-based and mobile tools for educators to more easily identify what students know and don’t know so they can target interventions, drive instruction, and evaluate their own practice. MasteryConnect is the only assessment solution certified by the Ed-Fi Alliance.

About MiDataHub

The Michigan Data Hub is a collaborative, statewide effort to address challenges in managing and using school data. The work of this initiative has centered around creating an ecosystem where information is exchanged between the large number of disconnected data systems used by schools in the state based on pre-defined standards.