The Mona Lisa Effect at Bromsgrove

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Bromsgrove International School Thailand is a bold and daring place today, forging new ground and increasingly one to watch amongst the international school community. Schools around the world are wrestling with how to understand their students better and how best to personalise their learning experience. Meanwhile, Bromsgrove, in partnership with world-leader in school assessment, GL Education, have developed a holistic approach to student data from which schools worldwide are desperate to learn.

Fresh from giving lectures and training on the use of student data as far afield as Dubai and Kuala Lumpur, Matthew Savage, Deputy Headmaster, recently convened FOBISIA’s inaugural Student Data Conference. The Federation of British International Schools in Asia is the region’s premier group of international schools, and senior leaders from across the continent came to Bromsgrove on 13th-14th March to explore Bromsgrove’s cutting edge approach to personalising learning – what the school likes to call “the Mona Lisa Effect”. Hosted in the school’s brand new Performing Arts Centre, this event, also including a presentation by a group of Secondary students from the school, looks set now to be a regular on the FOBISIA annual calendar.

To find out more above Bromsgrove, please visit www.bromsgrove.ac.th. To learn more about FOBISIA, please visit www.fobisia.org. For more information on GL Education, please visit www.gl-education.com.

The Federation of British International Schools in Asia senior leaders from across the continent came to Bromsgrove to explore Bromsgrove’s cutting edge “Mona Lisa Effect”.The Federation of British International Schools in Asia senior leaders from across the continent came to Bromsgrove to explore Bromsgrove’s cutting edge “Mona Lisa Effect”.