the e-Assessment Association

Events

FAB Training Course: An introduction to developing vocational qualifications

June 07 2017

FAB organise events year round. For any events and course perhaps less focused on assessment, please go to their website for their full events calendar. This course is designed to provide an introduction to the building blocks and approach to developing vocational qualifications. The course will include both trainer input...

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AAT Annual Conference 2017

June 08 2017

We are delighted to count AAT as one of our silver sponsors. Join AAT at their biggest event of the year for: Over 20 CPD sessions covering the latest industry updates Interactive workshops delivered by experts and thought-leaders Exhibition access with market-leading businesses Unrivalled networking opportunities Drinks reception, dinner and...

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Learning Technologies Summer Forum

June 13 2017

Designed to further develop the key learning themes from February's Learning Technologies exhibition and conference, this unique free event is your chance to explore the most popular topics from Learning Technologies 2017. There are two parts to the event - a free exhibition containing a packed programme of more than 30...

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#LearningFirst: Empowering teaching and assessment within an enticing curriculum.

June 24 2017

Head to the BeyondLevels website for details of this and more #LearningFirst events. This one has caught our eye due to the outstanding line-up of speakers and great set of workshops which will include: Mastery and assessment using the bar method Assessment and feedback to enrich RE ( primary/secondary) Whole...

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7th IEA International Research Conference

June 26 2017

An international forum for all those working with IEA study data to present their findings and exchange views on critical educational research issues in a comparative and global context. Researchers will have opportunities to engage in creative dialogue about their secondary analysis findings, consider the emerging implications of their research...

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