A half day workshop that will help schools to fully utilise their data from standardised assessments to support teaching and learning.
Bernard Fawcett, International Consultant for GL Education, will outline how the best schools collect and use standardised data for every child.
With reference to reports from GL Education’s suite of assessments he will demonstrate how schools are triangulating data on students’ aptitude, attainment and attitudes to enable them to deliver a personalised learning experience.
Matthew Savage, Principal, The International Community School Amman, will draw from his experience of implementing these assessments at schools in Jordan, Thailand and Europe to offer guidance in how schools can plan and implement an effective assessment structure.
Practical, hands-on activities will then help delegates to see how the combination of datasets provides a detailed and revealing picture of each student.
08:30 – 09:00
Registration and refreshments
09:00 – 10:00
The Whole Student View
10:00 – 11:30
11:30 – 12:30
12:30 – 13:00
Q&A and Summary
About Matthew Savage
Currently the Principal at the International Community School (Jordan), and formerly Deputy Head of School at Bromsgrove International School (Thailand), Matthew has previously been Secondary Principal at the International School Brunei and at Danube International School Vienna.
Through his passion for and expertise in the use of aptitudinal and attitudinal student-level data, Matthew has written widely and worked with schools across the world to ensure the available diagnostic and assessment tools are fully exploited to meet the teaching needs of the international school sector and the personalised learning needs of the international student.