Tom Bramley (Cambridge Assessment)
Tom Benton (Cambridge Assessment)
Filio Constantinou (Cambridge Assessment)
Joanna Williamson (Cambridge Assessment)
Stuart Shaw (Cambridge Assessment International Education)
Sarah Mattey (Cambridge Assessment International Education)
||07 - 10 Nov 2018
Van der Valk Hotel, Netherlands
Hertog Eduardplein 4
This year’s AEA Europe conference focuses on the manner in which professionals in educational assessment are adapting their work to the changing role of assessment in society. There are significant differences between the extent and level of assessment experience found in institutes responsible for educational measurement as well as between the professionals working within these institutes. AEA-Europe is a leading association for educational assessment researchers and practitioners across Europe. Established in 2000, its principal aim is to foster connections and developments in assessment throughout Europe and beyond.
This year, we have six speakers attending to deliver ten different insightful presentations. One of which is Tom Benton’s research into ‘Which statistics help us automatically create tests with predictive validity?’ This research explores the extent to which apparent gains in reliability from using more complex models translate to actual improvements in predictive validity. To find out more about this presentation and to hear about our other speakers please see the AEA conference website.
Research underpins everything we do across the Cambridge Assessment Group and we frequently publish our findings.
To find out more about the 2018 conference and to register please visit the AEA conference website.