Using GL Education Data Effectively to Inform Teaching and Learning – Oman

Using GL Education Data Effectively to Inform Teaching and Learning – Oman

Tuesday 09 April, 09:00 - 12:00

This seminar will be a comprehensive introduction to the way many international schools are using a combination of assessments that provide data on students’ ability, attainment and attitudes to learning 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, including EAL students
  • Personalise and differentiate teaching within classrooms
  • Identify Gifted and SEN students, as well as underachievers
  • Support wellbeing initiatives
  • Measure attainment and progress in reading
  • Identify the specific support needs of second language learners

There is no charge for this seminar but because places are limited registrations will be restricted to 2 delegates per school.

Who should attend?

  • Principals and members of the senior leadership team
  • Heads of curriculum or assessment
  • Heads of admissions
  • School group management

Why attend?

For an introduction to GL Education Assessments

To improve your current use of GL Assessment by being introduced to case studies and  examples of best practice from international schools around the world.

Event Details

This event will take place on Tuesday 9th April from 9AM until 12PM in Oman.

There is no charge for this seminar but because places are limited registrations will be restricted to 2 delegates per school.

Please click here to register.

What you'll learn...

  • To recognise the value of combining data on student attainment, aptitude and attitudes to understand the individual student's performance using CAT4, PASS and Progress Tests
  • How to implement interventions and next steps in the classroom to access the appropriate assessments for their students
  • The importance of sharing and using this data at all levels of the school

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