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Professor Jo-Anne Baird gives keynote address on Assessment as a policy lever Friday, October 27th, 2017

Professor Jo-Anne Baird gave a keynote address on ‘Assessment as a policy lever’ at the International Association for Educational Assessment Annual Conference in Batumi, Georgia on 2 October. The conference is attended by examination boards from around the world and OUCEA will host the conference in 2018 – http://www.iaea2018.org. Keynote details can be found here –  Keynote – […]

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Lena Gray publishes working paper on Insider Research Tuesday, October 24th, 2017

Dr Lena Gray (AQA) has published guidelines for insider researchers working in exam boards and other public organizations.  The publication is one of the outputs of the Knowledge Exchange Fellowship that Dr Gray and Prof Jo-Anne Baird were granted from the University of Oxford’s Social Sciences Higher Education Innovation Fund. The guidelines are part of the project […]

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Dr El Masri appointed Hulme Junior Research Fellow at Brasenose College Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

Dr Yasmine El Masri has been appointed as Hulme Research Fellow in educational assessment at Brasenose College. The position starts in October 2017 for the duration of three years. For more information on the Brasenose website click here. 

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Presentation by Dr Yasmine El Masri Monday, October 16th, 2017

Lessons learnt from working with NGOs in developing contexts 19 October 2017 12:45 – 14:00 Seminar Room B Speaker: Dr Yasmine El Masri, OUCEA, Department of Education Convenor Susie Davis This session draws on a positive experience collaborating with a local NGO in Lebanon on a project funded by ESRC GCRF “Using Technology in Science Tasks: […]

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Public Seminar with Dr Josh McGrane Wednesday, October 11th, 2017

Dr. Joshua McGrane will be presenting a Public Seminar, Measurement with no standards, at the Department of Education on Monday 16th October at 5pm. The seminar will discuss how the recent transformations around the concept of measurement have led to it being linguistically, semantically and methodologically ambiguous and explore the conceptual and practical importance of bringing […]

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