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Seminar: Should students be expected to master the vocational curriculum?

By Mary Richardson, on 31 August 2023

Should students be expected to master the vocational curriculum? WATCH HERE

20th September 2023 (online) Please note, the discussion session was not recorded.

Professor Paul Newton (Ofqual) is our speaker in September – read more about Paul HERE

This event is guided by UCL’s general privacy notice: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/legal-services/privacy/general-privacy-notice

Seminar: Assessment past, present and future

By Mary Richardson, on 31 August 2023

silhouette and people in front of the US flag

Assessment past, present and future: WATCH HERE

The panel discussion that launched the EAG@IOE – with Christine Harrison, Gordon Stobart and Tina Isaacs.

Seminar: Critical Race Theory: Just an American row or important to us?

By Mary Richardson, on 31 August 2023

Critical Race Theory: Just an American row or important to us? WATCH HERE

This webinar considered what is meant by “Critical Race Theory” and its place in public and policy discourse in the USA and elsewhere. The  theoretical challenges of Critical Theory and Critical Race Theory; and its relevance for education, specifically educational assessment, were discussed.

Seminar: What makes assessment fair?

By Mary Richardson, on 31 August 2023

 

What makes assessment fair? WATCH HERE

In January 2022, we welcomed Isabel Nisbet and Stuart Shaw who explored what fairness means and challenges to fair assessment (including the challenges from Covid). The seminar comprised three discussions: fair assessment in vocational contexts; fair selection for university; and, whether it is fair to make the future like the past.

Seminar: Assessment Research – a student’s view

By Mary Richardson, on 31 August 2023

three students sit in a seminar discussion listening to a speaker

In November 2021, students took centre stage and presented their research on assessment.  You can hear from Carl (MA Assessment), Kanayo (EdD in Assessment) and Tamara (PhD in Assessment) all talk about their research interests, experiences and what they love about assessment.