Getting the most out of RAISE and FFT (afternoon)
DateMon, 29th February, 2016
Time1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
LocationSprowston Manor, Norwich
AFTERNOON COURSE: (13:00- 15:30)
In this afternoon course, we will:
– Take an in-depth look at the advanced functionality and dark arts of RAISEonline.
– Use interactive reports to identify underperforming pupils and learn more about value added at individual pupil level.
– Learn how to group pupils, change their results and even remove them from the data.
This will be followed by a step-by-step guide to FFT Aspire including its excellent new Student Explorer system.
£100 to attend half a day, £180 to attend the full day
Course name:Getting the most out of RAISE and FFT (afternoon)
Date:Mon, 29th February, 2016
Time:1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Location:Sprowston Manor, Norwich
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James has 12 years’ experience as an education data analyst and advisor in education. He spent 6 years in the Post-16 sector with the Learning & Skills Council, followed by 5 yrs in the school improvement team at Gloucestershire County Council. He went freelance in 2014 and now works with schools across the country, helping them make sense of their data.
James has vast experience of training teachers and governors in all aspects of school data. He speaks fluent RAISEonline, is an accredited FFT consultant and is familiar with many of the systems used in schools. He is a regular conference speaker, runs workshops for schools on data systems, provides remote support, and advises software companies developing tools for the education market.
The field of assessment and accountability in schools is rapidly changing. James keeps up to date with developments and regularly contributes to the debate via his School Data Updates twitter feed (@jpembroke). He writes a popular blog on important, data-related topics (sigplus.blogspot.co.uk).
James has a BSc and PhD in Geology but now prefers people to rocks.