At GL Education our growing team of consultants can be found at many of the regional and association conferences around the world, often presenting a breakout session or introducing an interesting case study.
In the first four months of 2018 we have held workshops or breakout sessions around the world. Unfortunately, we can't get to everyone, so we've also started running online workshops where experienced practitioners share their experience and explain how to analyse and use the data produced by the assessments. See our full programme of events below:
This webinar will outline the British School Al Khubairat's principles of effective data use and how they put the data to work to support teaching and learning.
GESS Dubai is the largest education event in the Middle East bringing together education professionals over a 3 day exhibition and conference. Visit us at our Stand Q61 to understand how our assessments of ability, attainment and attitudes can be used to support: • Personalised teaching and learning • Determine whether students are making expected levels of progress • Benchmark school performance and support self-evaluation
Bernard Fawcett, GL Education’s International Consultant for Central, East and South East Asia, will outline how GL data can help schools to measure the cognitive ability of each individual, personalise and differentiate teaching within classrooms, and identify the specific support needs of second language learners.
Bernard Fawcett, the International Consultant for Asia is looking forward to exhibiting at the 21st Century Learning Conference, Hong Kong, 8-9 March 2019 Come to the stand to discover how innovative schools are using a holistic approach to formative assessment which incorporates measures of ability and student attitudes to nurture each individual’s academic performance and wellbeing.
This seminar will provide an introduction to the way many international schools are using a combination of assessments that provide data on students’ ability, attainment and attitudes in order to personalise teaching and learning; improve academic performance; and support whole school evaluation.
Paul Montague, GL Education’s International Consultant for the Middle East, will outline how the data can help schools to measure the cognitive ability of each individual, personalise and differentiate teaching within classrooms, and identify the specific support needs of second language learners.
In this workshop International Consultant, Alison Chapman, will will support those already using CAT4 testing in understanding how assessment data and reports from CAT4 can be used effectively to improve teaching and learning in the classroom.