Research Matters

Research Matters

Research Matters is our free biannual publication which allows us to share our assessment research, in a range of fields, with the wider assessment community. It features articles showcasing the wide variety of qualitative and quantitative research we carry out.

Latest issue: Spring 2018

Research matters 25 cover - ImagePage 1 - Foreword by Tim Oates CBE and Editorial by Tom Bramley 

Page 2 - An exploration of the nature and assessment of student reflection: Stuart Shaw, Martina Kuvalja and Irenka Suto

Page 8 - When can a case be made for using fixed pass marks?: Tom Bramley

Page 14 - Insights into teacher moderation of marks on high-stakes non-examined assessments: Victoria Crisp

Page 20 - Which students benefit from retaking Mathematics and English GCSEs post-16?: Carmen Video Rodeiro

Page 28 - How many students will get straight grade 9s in reformed GCSEs?: Tom Benton

Page 36 - How do you solve a problem like transition? A qualitative evaluation of additional support classes at three university Biology departments: Simon Child, Sanjana Mehta, Frances Wilson, Irenka Suto and Sally Brown

Page 46 - Research News: Karen Barden

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