Data Triangulation Workshops – UK

Data Triangulation Workshops – UK

Tuesday 23 July, 13:00 - 16:00

This workshop will provide practical guidance in how to develop a holistic approach to assessment throughout your school.

Effective evaluation and comparison of measures of ability, attainment and attitudes provides a deeper insight into students’ capabilities, learning barriers and comparative performance to allow you to personalise learning according to each individual’s needs.

We will demonstrate how the reports provided by the Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT4); Progress Test Series (PT Series) and Pupil Attitudes to Self and School (PASS) survey can be compared to provide actionable insight at a student, class and whole-school level.

Delegates will use our methodology, working with sample and their own data to identify students and groups who require specific support and interventions.

The teaching materials and presentations from the workshop will be provided to all delegates to enable them to repeat this training in their own schools.

Delegates will be expected to bring the following data from their school to the event in order to participate effectively in some of the activities:

  • CAT4 Group Report for Teachers
  • PT Series Reports
  • Combination Reports

All for the same year group of students to enable effective comparisons.

Who should attend?

  • Principals, Deputy Principals, Heads of Assessment, Curriculum Co-ordinators
  • Whoever is responsible for ensuring the effective use of assessments within the school to improve teaching and learning

Why attend?

  • Guided, hands-on analysis of sample / your school’s data
  • Share experience and best practice
  • Coaching materials to take back to your school

Charges

The normal delegate charge for these workshops is £100.

Because of the reduced group sizes, we can only accept one delegate per school.

Event Details

This workshop will take place on:

Tuesday 23rd July, PM in London, UK.

Click here to register.

What you'll learn...

  • To begin triangulating data from ability, attainment and attitudinal data sets
  • To identify students at risk from not achieving their potential and the possible reasons behind this
  • To evaluate your current data collection, analysis and sharing practices
  • To plan how you may want to classify specific roles and responsibilities for each staff member and different staffing teams
  • To define next steps on data triangulation journey

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