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:
Keep an eye out for the following sessions on the programme:
The data balancing act
Tuesday 26th February, 12:00
School leaders face a delicate balancing act between the expectations of authorities and parents for robust evidence of the effectiveness of their teaching with the increasing workload faced by teachers and their ability to quickly and reliably capture student data that is meaningful and usable.
Greg Watson, Chief Executive, GL Education
Paul Charman, Managing Director, Fischer Family Trust
The value of value-added
Thursday 28th February, 13:30
Value-added measures provide a fairer and more reliable way for schools to benchmark themselves against other schools. And by extending the analysis to cohorts, subjects and groups school leaders can identify where teaching is having the most positive impact, as well as areas that need improvement.
Paul Charman, Fischer Family Trust