||27 - 28 Sep 2021
||Free of charge
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Following a second summer in the UK where public examinations were not taken and grades were instead based on teacher judgements, there continues to be great public interest in issues relating to assessment and learning. This seminar will provide research insights into the effect of the pandemic on this generation of students and their teachers, and some of the latest thinking about the future of assessment in the UK.
The seminar is free to attend and will be held online, consisting of five sessions spread over two half-days. It will cover the themes of:
- the future of qualifications and assessment
- comparative judgement
- accessibility and inclusivity
- marking and teacher assessment.
Presentations will be given by colleagues from across Cambridge University Press & Assessment, AQA, Pearson, No More Marking, Ofqual, SQA and CCEA.
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Please note that this is not professional development course and will not be certificated and no CPD credits awarded.