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Two-day AFLA meeting in Oxford Friday, March 2nd, 2018

Despite the icy temperatures the AFLA core team met for a very productive two-day meeting in Oxford on 1st and 2nd March to take stock of the progress made thus far and to set out the plan for the project’s final year. Jo-Anne Baird, Anil Kanjee, Gordon Stobart and Anjum Halai braving the English cold

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An outstanding day celebrating Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice Friday, March 2nd, 2018

OUCEA’s event “Assessment for learning 20 years after the black box” on Wednesday was hugely successful. With so many delegates making it through the snow to join us in listening to the wonderful and inspiring presentations, it was a day of reflecting on the past, present and future of educational assessment. The talks finished with a thought provoking Q&A […]

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Programme and venue details for “Assessment for Learning 20 years after The Black Box” Monday, February 19th, 2018

For those who have booked tickets or who are still interested in doing so; full programme details, location and venue information are available here for the Assessment for Learning 20 years after The Black Box event on February 28th.

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Seminar with visiting Associate Professor Ann Karin Sandal Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Analysis of qualitative data from an intervention study of feedback perceptions among students and teachers Ann Karin Sandals presentation at this seminar relates to the analysis of qualitative data from a intervention study which is investigating assessment practice and responsive teaching in grade 9 mathematics in Norwegian lower secondary schools. The qualitative data was collected pre […]

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Podcast now available for the Public Seminar with Dr Josh McGrane Monday, February 12th, 2018

In October 2017 Dr. Joshua McGrane presented a Public Seminar, Measurement with no standards, at the Department of Education. The seminar discussed 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 more rigour to our measurement practices. To view […]

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