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Lambeth College Case Study

August 8th 2014

Lambeth College is a large, urban further education college based at a number of sites in south London.  The college has a significant programme of basic and key skills (BKS) delivery, both to full- and part-time learners. To date, Lambeth has been using traditional paper-based tests at levels 1 and 2. The college has a significant programme of basic and key skills (BKS) delivery, both to full-time and part-time learners....

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Ballyclare High School Case Study

August 8th 2014

Ballyclare High School acted as a pilot school for CCEA in the development of e-assessment guidance, to assist CCEA in developing the roles and responsibilities for e-assessment within schools, e-testing concepts and guidelines and how e-portfolios can be used.

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CCEA Moving Image Arts Case Study

August 8th 2014

Moving Image Arts is the study of film language through the process of making short films. It started as a GCE AS pilot in seven schools in Northern Ireland in September 2002. The full GCE was first taught in September 2005. A GCSE in Moving Image Arts will be available for first teaching in September 2009. Both the GCE A Level and the GCSE are vocational courses. In the online...

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Portadown Independant Christian School Case Study

August 8th 2014

In the past few years, Portadown Independant Christian School have piloted a number of e-learning initiatives for teachers including e-profiling, e-assessment and e-reporting. Recently, they piloted an online reporting system created by Articulate. The objective of the project was to design an alternative to end of term, internal, paper-based examinations.

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Cambridge Assessment Case Study

August 8th 2014

Cambridge Assessment is the University’s international exams group, comprising three exam boards as well as the largest educational research capability of its kind. It plays a leading role in researching, developing and delivering educational assessment to eight million learners in over 150 countries every year. Established in 1858, Cambridge Assessment is an integral part of education and training worldwide, and constantly seek out new technologies and share best practice that...

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EDI Case Study

August 8th 2014

EDI is an accredited Awarding Organisation and leading international education company with a wide range of products and services including vocational and professional qualifications both within the UK and internationally through LCCI. EDIhas a strong vocational offer with centres across private training providers and colleges of further education. Increasingly they are becoming involved with schools and 14-19 provision and provide a number of technology based solutions which operate on an administrative and full...

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