The best schools collect and use a triangulated dataset on every child. They make use of robust, standardised data on students’ aptitude, attainment and attitudes. This is how they are able to personalise teaching and learning.
In this workshop we will explore this data triangle, focusing on the stories it tells – and in particular, how through smart and strategic interventions, we, as teachers, can change the endings.
Come and learn about #themonalisaeffect, and how it can help catalyse and maximise both achievement and wellbeing for every student in your school.
About Matthew Savage:
Currently Principal at the International Community School in Amman, shortlisted for the International School of the Year Award 2019, and formerly Adjunct Lecturer in School Leadership at the University Brunei Darussalam, Matthew has previously held school leadership roles in Thailand, Brunei and Austria.
With an MA in English Language and Literature from Oxford University, and 13 years of middle and senior leadership experience in the UK comprehensive sector, he is both the co-founder of Polio Points, a unique student reward programme which incentivises student achievement through humanitarian aid, and a fierce advocate for Student Voice, on which he has published several articles and delivered training across Europe.
Through his passion for and expertise in the use of aptitudinal and attidudinal student-level data, Matthew has written and presented widely across the world and online about #themonalisaeffect®, which aims 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.
This event will take place on Saturday 12th October 2019 in Qatar from 09:00 until 14:30.
Registration begins at 08:30.
Attendance is initially limited to 2 delegates per school (although if capacity is available we will allow more).
The registration fee for this one day conference is £175 with an early bird rate of £125 available until 12th September 2019.
Payment must be made in advance of the workshop to secure your place.
Click here to register.