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Bernadetta Bryzska

Head of Research

Bernadetta Brzyskahas worked in education for over 12 years. Her main experience in education research stems from six years at the National Foundation for Educational Research, working on developing assessments, national evaluations, and international surveys. She has a BSc degree in Psychology and a Masters in Special and Inclusive Education. She has since worked internationally for Nord Anglia Education, which included living in Hong Kong for three years and working with 45+international schools in 17 countries. Her current role sees her heading up research at GL Education, managing our team of statisticians and data analysts and looking at new and exciting ways to use data from a host of assessment tools supporting schools in the UK and internationally.

SPEAKER SESSIONS

Leadership stream

27 February 2020 | 12:30 - 13:00 | Literacy, Self-Belief and the Implications For Examination Success

The ability to succeed in school is often influenced by poor literacy and student’s own attitudes to learning.  In a recent study of 40,000 students it was identified that in many cases, students with high literacy rates were being held back due to unrecognised attitudinal issues, such as low self-regard, perceived learning capability and confidence in learning. Students with both lower literacy rates as well as lower attitudes to study were at even greater risk of underachievement. 
In this session, Bernadette Bryzyska, GL Education’s Head of Research, will review the regional trends and outline how schools in the UAE can build on their existing assessment data from CAT4, literacy and wellbeing measures to identify these “at risk” students and develop strategies to secure the best outcomes for all students.

SPEAKER SESSIONS

27 February, 2020 | 12:30 to 13:00
Literacy, Self-Belief and the Implications For Examination Success

The ability to succeed in school is often influenced by poor literacy and student’s own attitudes to learning.  In a recent study of 40,000 students it was identified that in many cases, students with high literacy rates were being held back due to unrecognised attitudinal issues, such as low self-regard, perceived learning capability and confidence in learning. Students with both lower literacy rates as well as lower attitudes to study were at even greater risk of underachievement. 
In this session, Bernadette Bryzyska, GL Education’s Head of Research, will review the regional trends and outline how schools in the UAE can build on their existing assessment data from CAT4, literacy and wellbeing measures to identify these “at risk” students and develop strategies to secure the best outcomes for all students.