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Cambridge Assessment’s Group Director of Assessment Research and Development has been giving evidence to an inquiry into primary assessment in England.
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Research published today by Cambridge Assessment offers a unique insight into how school students’ writing in UK exams has changed since 1980.
An approach used to set GCSE and A Level grade boundaries in the UK does not prevent schools from demonstrating improvement to the education watchdog Ofsted, according to research published today by Cambridge Assessment.
‘Traditional’ approaches to learning should not be abandoned, as they are based on key findings from cognitive science, an event has heard. Dr Helen Abadzi told a Cambridge Assessment Network seminar that rote learning, homework, textbooks, times tables and phonics all ensure children acquire fluency and ‘automaticity’ in basic skills.
Cambridge Assessment has supported the launch of a new report by the Centre for the Study of Market Reform of Education think tank about the future of the qualifications and assessment market in England – as seen from the perspective of economic theory. In Who's to produce and who's to choose? the CMRE found little reason to support the formation of a single government exam board.
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