Workshop: An introduction to using data to inform teaching and learning (Milan)

Workshop: An introduction to using data to inform teaching and learning (Milan)

Tuesday 06 June, 10:00 - 12:30

A free, insightful workshop for international schools

‘’The IB curriculum is interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary, as is CAT4 – it provides unique information about children’s ability, regardless of previous schooling.’’

Luci Willis, Director of Learning, Nagoya International School

Join this free interactive workshop in Milan which will provide an insight into how data collected from assessments can:

  • Personalise and differentiate teaching within classrooms by identifying student ‘thinking styles’
  • Track literacy levels through schools and identify where intervention is required.
  • Identify fragile learners who may lack the resilience to face challenges.

Led by Hayley Dibb, International Consultant for GL Education, the session is aimed at schools who offer a variety of curricula and are looking for ways of using data to inform teaching and learning, enhance academic performance and support parental engagement.

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To register for this free workshop, please fill out our short online form>>

What you'll learn...

  • Effective use of data to personalise teaching and learning
  • Measuring the effectiveness of literacy interventions

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