OUCEA at AEA-Europe

Monday, November 7th, 2016

(L-R: Natalie Usher, Yasmine El Masri, Therese Hopfenbeck)

OUCEA academic and research staff and doctoral students greatly contributed to the scientific programme of the annual conference of the Association for Educational Assessment – Europe this year, which took place 3-5 November in Limassol, Cyprus.

Below is a list of OUCEA’s presentations:

The complex interplays between assessment and learning that shape writing development during the transition to university from A-level  Natalie Usher

The primary scientific reasoning test – In pursuit of content validity  Diana Ng

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Predicting item difficulty: Methodological challenges and way forward  Yasmine H. El Masri, Jo-Anne Baird, Steve Ferrara (Pearson USA, USA) & Peter W. Foltz (University of Colorado, USA)

Teacher evaluation – trapped between accountability and learning: Assessing teacher professionalism – formatively  Sølvi Lillejord, Kristin Børte (Knowledge Centre for Education, Norway) & Therese Hopfenbeck

Applying formal concept analysis in assessment: Can it help mediate between socio-political and technical understandings of the meaning of exam grades?  Alex Scharaschkin (AQA) 

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