Using Data to Support Gifted and ‘At-Risk’ Students

Details

Data should be used to address the needs of all students. But two groups that are particularly able to benefit from data analysis and a thorough understanding of individual strengths and weaknesses are those students at either end of a cohort – those who are 'at risk' and gifted students. This session will discuss the ways in which data can be used with these groups, to cater for the unique needs of students in these categories. The session is designed for teachers who have an understanding of the different types of data available to them, but are looking for new ways to use data to support individual students that are either gifted or 'at risk'

Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand data for differentiation
  • Create a differentiation placemat
  • Identify strategies for differentiation
  • Track data of students that are ‘at risk’ or gifted
  • Use of data in short cycles of planning

Additional Information

SKU CONF2020CAE
Session Session 3 - 1:45pm - 3:30pm
Day Day 1
Topic Data, Gifted Learning

Data should be used to address the needs of all students. But two groups that are particularly able to benefit from data analysis and a thorough understanding of individual strengths and weaknesses are those students at either end of a cohort – those who are 'at risk' and gifted students. This session will discuss the ways in which data can be used with these groups, to cater for the unique needs of students in these categories. The session is designed for teachers who have an understanding of the different types of data available to them, but are looking for new ways to use data to support individual students that are either gifted or 'at risk'

Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand data for differentiation
  • Create a differentiation placemat
  • Identify strategies for differentiation
  • Track data of students that are ‘at risk’ or gifted
  • Use of data in short cycles of planning