The team that spearheaded the biggest and best test prep professional development extravaganzas of the 2020 continues to deliver innovative training and networking opportunities in 2021 through our ongoing Tests and the Rest Online Summit Series, meeting the last Tuesday of every month. And you’re going to love what this month holds!
Our topic for June 2021 is of great interest to many test prep professionals…
AGENDA FOR JUNE 2021
TOPIC: PRACTICE TESTING
PRESENTATION: Marketing Through Proctored Practice Tests (Mike Bergin)
PANEL: Different Uses for Practice Tests
BREAKOUT: Making Mock Tests Work in Your Practice
COSTS AND REGISTRATION
Live attendance: $30.00 ($24.00 for NTPA members)
Video access: $30.00 ($24.00 for NTPA members)
Live attendance each month plus video access to the library of all sessions through a Tribe Insider subscription: $30.00/month ($24.00/month for NTPA members)
Register online through the Tests and the Rest Summit Registration Form. We look forward to seeing you at the next summit!
Why do we call this event a Summit? Conferences that last all day and revolve around lots of lectures have their place, particularly when colleagues can concentrate in one location. Since we’re all online now, we’ve re-imagined the standard conference as a focused summit rich with opportunities for interaction and collaboration:
PRESENTATION (60 min): One presentation by a relevant expert followed by moderated Q&A and discussion.
BREAKOUT (60 min): Everyone is broken into smaller work groups to answer certain questions and contribute to shared expertise and best practices.
PANEL (30 min): Three or more experts answering a series of topical questions with moderated Q&A
GROUP PROJECT (30 min): A guided exercise that produces a permanent resource for future use
NOTE: We love the magic of live events, so our summits are planned and priced to encourage attendance and active participation. Presentations and panel discussions become available as recordings for Tribe Insiders and video registrants, while breakout sessions can only be experienced live.