OUCEA presents at 19th Annual AEA-Europe Conference

Monday, November 12th, 2018

Associate Professor Therese N. Hopfenbeck, Dr Yasmine El Masri and DPhil student Kristine Gorgen each represented OUCEA at the 19th annual AEA Europe conference.

Therese gave a paper presentation from  the AFLA project Assessment for Learning in challenging contexts and also acted as the discussant on the symposium; 20 years of international large-scale assessments: Lessons learned from three countries, organised by Rolf Vegar Olsen (Norway) with Thierry Rocher (France) and Emily Mottram (England).

Yasmine was part of a team that presented; Building bridges between assessment and subject matter: An innovative approach to assessing GCSE Practical Science.

Kristine presented  her DPhil project; High-stakes testing reimagined – The German citizenship test

More on the conference can be found here.

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