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Is my exam marking as reliable at the end of a stack of papers as it was at the beginning? One of the many questions I'm asking myself after completing this week's #AssessmentLead #reliability @EvidenceInEdu @MortimerCC
@CEMatCambridge Worth watching for the hand gestures alone. 😉
Looking at construct-irrelevant variance as part of Assessment Lead Programme with @EvidenceInEdu i.e. when an assessment ends up measuring something other than what it is supposed to measure e.g. a maths test being worded in such a way that it actually becomes a test of vocab...
Who are assessments for? So often assessment information comes too late to be used meaningfully, which is why we like this blog from @NWEA on the importance of timing and communicating assessment information to stakeholders. buff.ly/2pggZow pic.twitter.com/azZX…
"Assessment is one of those things people think they know about until they actually start learning about it". Great article by Professor Stuart Kime in IB World magazine. @ProfKime @iborganization #IB #IBeducation #Assessment pic.twitter.com/2HT6…