CIEA Lecture Series - Chinese lessons: what can we really learn from PISA results
The CIEA’s popular twilight lecture series featuring inspiring leaders in the field of educational assessment concludes on 25 January.
Guest speaker Isabel Nisbet, a CIEA member and member of the board at the University of Hertfordshire, will be speaking on the subject of ‘Chinese lessons: what can we really learn from PISA results’.
Following the recent publication of the results of the 2015 PISA programme, Isabel will discuss what the results actually mean.
Looking specifically at the success of Singapore, China and other Asian countries in the PISA tests and drawing on her past experience as Regional Director of Education, South East Asia for Cambridge International examinations, she will explore whether there is anything we can take from these countries to inform our practice in the UK.
Early years practitioners, teachers, students, teaching assessments and all education professionals are welcome to join us for Isabel’s lecture which is being held at the University of Hertfordshire de Havilland campus in Hatfield.
This will be the fifth and final event in the current series. This is free to attend.
To reserve your place email [email protected]