Using GL Assessment Data at GIS
A core part of the culture at Garden International School is the continuous learning journey that we are all on- always seeking to reflect and develop our knowledge and skills. For teachers, this means working to be the very best practitioners that we can be so that ultimately, we can ensure that all of our students fulfil their potential.
Using data is a useful tool for teachers, and whilst it cannot paint a complete picture, the use of GL Assessments at GIS has enabled staff to work more strategically to personalise learning for students, as well as develop an understanding of individual student wellbeing.
Globally recognised and providing assessments for schools in more than 100 countries, GL is one of the leading assessment organisations in the world, making it an even more incredible achievement that GIS has recently been recognised as a GL Centre of Excellence, the first in Asia, and one of only five in the world!
Outstanding Work from GIS Teachers & Leaders
This award is recognition of the outstanding work that GIS teachers have been involved in with a number of staff engaging in research, speaking at conferences and publishing articles on how they use data to develop learning. Head of Sixth Form, Michael Browning, has published work on Fragile Learners, Learning Support Teacher Tricia Henderson has been featured in the GL Education Blog for her work on Data Triangulation, James Wright on Developing Data Dashboards using PowerBI and Deputy Headteacher Lindsay Round has spoken about data to measure and improve wellbeing on leading education researcher Matthew Savage’s podcast.
Ensuring Our Students Receive the Very Best
All of this work is just one way that we, at Garden International School, ensure that our students receive a genuinely personalised learning experience which enables them to thrive.
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