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Dr Carol Brown wins BPS Early Career Award Monday, November 13th, 2017

Dr Carol Brown received the British Psychological Society Psychology of Education Section Early Career Researcher Award at their annual conference in October 2017. Carol presented work from her doctoral thesis, entitled ‘What motivates A-level students to achieve?  The role of expectations and values.’  Her graduation was on 11 November 2017.  Carol was delighted to receive […]

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Lessons learned from PIRLS and PISA: What every teacher should know about international large-scale assessments Tuesday, November 7th, 2017

Dr. Therese N. Hopfenbeck gave a keynote speech at the International Conference on Educational Measurement, Evaluation and Assessment in Abu Dhabi on the 5th November. The presentation focused on what teachers can and cannot learn from these large-scale studies and highlighted their limitations and potentials.

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25th Anniversary conference – Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice Thursday, November 2nd, 2017

OUCEA is proud to announce that the centre will be hosting an all-day event celebrating 25 years of the influential journal Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice. We are excited to confirm guest speakers will include Professor Paul Black, Professor Dylan Wiliam, Professor Jo-Anne Baird, Professor Gordon Stobart and Associate Professor Ernesto Panadero. The event […]

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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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