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: Autumn 2020

08 October 2020

Foreword: Tim Oates CBE, Group Director, Assessment Research and Development

Editorial: Tom Bramley, Director, Research Division 

A New Cambridge Assessment Archive Collection Exploring Cambridge English Exams in Germany and England in 1938: Gillian Cooke

Perspectives on curriculum design: comparing the spiral and the network models: Jo Ireland and Melissa Mouthaan

Context matters—Adaptation guidance for developing a local curriculum from an international curriculum framework: Sinead Fitzsimons, Victoria Coleman, Jackie Greatorex, Hiba Salem and Martin Johnson

Writing and reviewing assessment questions on-screen: Victoria Crisp and Stuart Shaw

A way of using taxonomies to demonstrate that applied qualifications and curricula cover multiple domains of knowledge: Irenka Suto, Jackie Greatorex, Sylvia Vitello and Simon Child

Research News: Anouk Peigne

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