In the second of our two-part CAT4 webinar series, Vikki Dodd, one of our Education Advisers delves deeper into the use of your CAT4 data.
In particular, we explore:
- Looking beyond the mean and the importance of examining individual test battery data.
- Learning bias profiles, the verbal deficit and their implications for teaching and learning.
- How data analysis of cognitive strengths and weaknesses can be linked to classroom learning and planning.
- The importance of triangulating CAT4 and attainment data and how this can help fill the void left by missing statutory assessment data.
About the presenter: Vikki Dodd
Vikki qualified as a secondary school teacher in 2004 with a Postgraduate Certificate in Education from Keele University. Vikki has taught Computer Science and ICT in a wide range of settings in the UK and, most recently, internationally across all age ranges. Vikki worked as a Master Teacher with the British Computing Society’s Computing at School program, providing training and support for teachers nationwide in the Computing curriculum introduced in 2014. Developing a passion for all things ‘Edtech’ and believing in evidence-based education in her previous international post Vikki led educational technologies and data where she implemented the full range of GL Assessments to inform pupil interventions and curriculum planning; ensuring the very best outcomes for all. As well as being passionate about education and being a mother to two boys, Vikki has recently commenced a part time LLM.
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