Learning: Using your school’s data to raise standards in the classroom

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Date(s) - 20/03/2019
10:00 am - 3:30 pm


ISA House

In an increasingly competitive education environment we know we must show how well we are succeeding as well as constantly seeking improvement. Data is often seen as the holy grail to these endeavours but its value can get lost in a sea of numbers clumsily applied. Data usage is often limited to academic tracking, pupil progress, and an evaluation of outcomes, but it can show us a great deal more.  We have access to an increasingly diverse range of commercial products, but also have the means to develop our own bespoke approach.

The course takes a practically based approach and provides opportunities to share existing knowledge and experience. It is designed to enable delegates to develop a more analytical and individualised use of data, in the context of their own school, and their school development plan.

Course tutor: Paul Bevis

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