Transform learning outcomes using cognitive abilities testing: full-day workshop
Date: Friday March 14, 2014
Venue: Tenby Schools, Selangor, Malaysia
A standardised cognitive ability test can provide teachers with a wealth of information about their students’ academic ability and their preferred learning style. Used effectively, this information supports admissions processes, aids personalised learning, provides challenging yet achievable targets and allows analysis of value added.
This practical, hands-on workshop will provide guidance in best practice for both experienced users of the GL Education Group’s CAT4 cognitive ability test as well as those who are evaluating how to enhance their teaching effectiveness through the use of formative assessment.
The teaching challenges addressed by this workshop will include:
Personalising teaching to suit a student’s preferred learning style
Using ability scores and attainment data to set baselines and measure value add
Identifying gifted and talented, and SEN students
Accurately assessing the true potential of EAL students
Communicating targets effectively with parents and students
Having internationally recognised benchmarks to aid self-assessments and inspections
The workshop will be fast-paced, but with plenty of scope for interaction, incorporating:
Hands on, supported analysis of your CAT4 data (schools that haven’t previously used CAT4 will be offered 15 CAT4 Digital tests at no extra charge, to enable full participation in the workshop and provide actionable insights to take back to their schools)
Exploration of the relationship between a student’s verbal, non-verbal, quantitative and spatial abilities
Examples of integrating cognitive ability scores with whole school data
Case study of using CAT4 to identify potential in EAL students
Group discussion and sharing of experience.
Delivered by GL Education Group staff and practising International school teaching staff, you can expect to leave with practical actions to enhance the effectiveness of your school’s teaching.
To book, please fill out our online form, or email
Please feel free to forward this email on to any colleagues who may be interested.
I look forward to welcoming you to our workshop.
International Director | The GL Education Group
Who should attend?
Senior Management Teams
Literacy & Numeracy
James Neill – International Director, GL Education Group
Matthew Savage – Deputy Headmaster, Bromsgrove International School
Friday 14 March
Tenby Schools, Setia Eco Park, No1 Jalan Setia Tropika U13/18T, Seksyen U13, 40170 Shah Alam, Selangor
£100 per delegate
(discount of 10% for schools sending more than 3 delegates)
For more information or to book, please visit our website.
Cognitive Abilities Test 4