18th Annual Conference of the Association for Educational Assessment – Europe (AEA-Europe)

9–11 November 2017

Prague, Czech Republic

Conference theme: Assessment cultures in a globalised world

CERP researchers attended the conference in Prague and presented on the following topics:

  • Exploring students’ experiences of the Extended Project Qualification 
  • Beyond classical statistics: different approaches to evaluating marking reliability
  • Giving G theory marker statistics a context: comparison to classical measures and post-marking data
  • Putting a G theory approach to marking reliability through its paces
  • What happens when extended response question papers are no longer divided into items for marking?
  • Evaluating the construct validity of educational assessment designs in the context of UK high-stakes qualifications
  • Overcoming political and organisational barriers to international practitioner collaboration: Guidelines for insider researchers working in exam boards and other public organisations
  • Is knowledge familiarity a good predictor of item difficulty? Rethinking Webb’s (2007) Depth of Knowledge scale
  • Analysing multidimensional ordinal data in attainment-referenced assessment 
  • Standard setting/maintaining and public trust in national examinations around the world: The effects of structural and contextual issues
  • Assessing group dialogue: What is good participation in group work and how can we assess this?

Details of all the CERP presentations, posters and symposiums can be found in our conference booklet.

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