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We have a selection of videos from our various seminars, conferences and events hosted around the world. Use the player below to watch and explore our video archive.
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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.
This qualitative study, involving 11 interviews with senior teachers, explored the impact of the recent decoupling of AS and A Level qualifications.
Matthew Carroll explores how longitudinal data is used in education research
Dr Jane Mellanby told a Cambridge Assessment seminar that complex grammar should be taught to ensure that disadvantaged children are not left behind.
Ways to encourage employer involvement in involvement in judging learners’ performance.
Why study assessment? Course directors and alumni answer questions about the Postgraduate Certificate in Educational Assessment and Examinations, a part-time course run by Cambridge Assessment Network and the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education. Find out more here.
Join Tim Oates, Group Research Director, as he explores the unique function GCSEs perform in our education system, and debunks some of the myths surrounding testing.
Research Bytes are short videos recorded by our researchers in order to give you another opportunity to catch up with work they may have presented at a conference or via live stream.
What is the impact of a trainee teacher’s social and professional relationships on their success as a trainee and as a teacher? #CamEdLive invited Relational Schools and Suffolk & Norfolk SCITT to discuss their research.
In a “post-truth” world, how are people expected to believe in the value of educational assessments? Dr Mary Richardson explored this question at a recent Cambridge Assessment Network seminar.
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