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(08 Dec 2020, 12:06)
In this presentation Cambridge Assessment researcher Emma Walland presents her findings on using e-portfolios to capture and assess transversal skills.
Using e-portfolios to capture and assess transversal skills
(27 Jan 2020, 19:14)
In this presentation Carmen Vidal Rodeiro explores how A level subject choice and students' background characteristics relate to Higher Education participation.
A level subject choice and higher education participation
(11 Nov 2019, 22:21)
A study was conducted to investigate how young learners (age 6–12) interact with different on-screen item types, in terms of cognitive and motor skills and to inform design and functionality considerations.
On-screen assessments for young learners
(09 Oct 2019, 24:48)
This qualitative study, involving 11 interviews with senior teachers, explored the impact of the recent decoupling of AS and A Level qualifications.
Teacher decision-making on post-16 provision
(09 Sep 2019, 25:35)
Matthew Carroll explores how longitudinal data is used in education research
The use of longitudinal survey data in education research
(03 Dec 2018, 7:28)
Research Bytes - Tom Benton presents his research comparing individual pupil achievement on the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), and the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE).
Tom Benton presents research on the link between subject choices and achievement at GCSE, and PISA performance.
(25 May 2018, 21:42)
Research Bytes - Nick Raikes presents his research on the assessment opportunities and challenges provided by a data-rich world, as delivered at IAEA 2018.
Nick Raikes presents his research on the assessment opportunities and challenges provided by a data-rich world.
(14 Sep 2018, 19:02)
Research Bytes - Anne-Claire Gueranger presents research on social media data. Anne-Claire and her team produce our Data Bytes series, highlighting the latest research in education and assessment.
Gaining insight from social media data in educational assessment.
(13 Sep 2018, 13:26)
Research Bytes - Tim Gill presents his research on the Progress 8 performance measure, as delivered at BERA 2018. Read the full research paper here.
How have students and schools performed on the Progress 8 performance measure?
(14 Sep 2018, 23:00)
Research Bytes - Matthew Carroll presents research on changes in UK media coverage of GCSEs from 1988 to 2017, as delivered at IAEA 2018. Read the full research paper here.
Matthew Carroll presents research on changes in UK media coverage of GCSEs from 1988 to 2017.
(10 Nov 2018, 16:57)
Research Bytes - Joanna and Matthew Carroll looked at who takes vocational, applied and technical qualifications, how those qualifications fit within students' programmes of study, and where students tend to progress to next. As presented by Joanna at AEA Europe 2018.
Researchers Joanna and Matthew Carroll looked at who takes vocational, applied and technical qualifications.
(20 Dec 2017, 13:57)
Research Bytes - Tom Benton shares some thoughts on the ‘Comparative Progression Analysis’ method for investigating inter-subject comparability.
Tom Benton shares some thoughts on the ‘Comparative Progression Analysis’ method for investigating inter-subject comparability.
(20 Dec 2017, 14:51)
Research Bytes - Tom Benton presented his work looking at how we can achieve a data-driven approach to standard setting at AEA Europe 2017.
Tom Benton presented his work looking at how we can achieve a data-driven approach to standard setting.
(19 Oct 2017, 20:16)
Research Bytes - Tom Benton presents his work on volatility in exam results.
Tom Benton presents his work on volatility in exam results.
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