NESA Fall Leadership Conference

NESA Fall Leadership Conference

Thursday 19 October, 08:30 - Sunday 22 October, 13:30

We will be exhibiting this year at the NESA Fall Leadership Conference, it’s shaping up to be a great event!

Approximately 450-500 heads of school, principals, curriculum coordinators, trustees, business managers and others in leadership roles attend this conference of morning keynotes, three-hour workshops presented by specialist speakers, networking and general interest sessions presented by NESA members and affiliates. For more detail about the event, visit the NESA website

Paul Montague will be on  the GL Education stand where you can learn about our range of formative assessments which help schools to nurture students' academic ability and wellbeing. Discover how the data from these assessments can help you:

  • Personalise teaching and learning
  • Benchmark and measure classroom progress
  • Identify Gifted and SEN students
  • Support school self-evaluation analysis

 

Look for our breakout session in the programme:

Effective use of data to support teaching and learning

Paul Montague, GL Education’s International Consultant, will be hosting a breakout session. This will be aimed at schools that are looking for relevant and robust data to inform differentiation strategies; and uncover students’ real attitudes to school and themselves as learners.

The discussion will draw on case study material to explain how innovative schools are triangulating their data from multiple sources to identify and support specific needs of learners.

Illustrative cases will include the high-achieving but insecure student who needs to develop resilience; the EAL student with hidden literacy support needs and the disengaged who don’t have the toolkit to learn.

To arrange a meeting with Paul or request further information, email international@gl-education.com or call +44 (0)20 8996 3369.

What you'll learn...

  • The Impact of Coaching
  • An Ethic of Excellence
  • What Makes for Human Flourishing: Creating a Culture of Wholeness in Schools

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