Recent events (2016)

For details of forthcoming events, please click here.

For details of Student Assessment Network events, Reading Groups and Writing Groups, please click here.

Other recent OUCEA events are listed below. Some events also have a separate page containing resources (see menu on left).

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9th December 2016 PISA Seminar, University of Oxford. The results of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2015 will be released in December 2016. As on previous occasions, we expect PISA results will capture the attention of educationalists, policymakers, and the media worldwide. Following the PISA 2015 release, OUCEA is organising a seminar to discuss results and future research with PISA data.  Click here for more information.

17 October 2016  ‘Making use of international large-scale assessment data in national contexts: PIRLS for Teachers’Dr Jenny Lenkeit and Dr Therese N. Hopfenbeck. Public Seminar, University of Oxford Department of Education. The abstract is available here.

 

23-24 June 2016 First Assessment for Learning in Africa workshop, Green Templeton College and St Anne’s College, Oxford.

24 May 2016 OUCEA Annual Lecture at Ashmolean Museum. Professor Pam Sammons. What can we learn from students’ reports of their secondary school experiences and their role in shaping academic outcomes at GCSE? The lecture is available as a podcast here.

19 May 2016 Quantitative evidence of the importance of learning to read young, Professor David Andrich (University of Western Australia). Public Seminar at the Department of Education. Click here for the flyer.

9-12 May 2016 Quantitative Methods Summer School

2 February 2016 SLATE project meeting at St Hugh’s College, Oxford. Collaboration between OUCEA and The Centre for the Science of Learning and Technology (SLATE), University of Bergen, Norway.