Join ISEB to have your say on the future of assessment at our one-day conference on 24 April at 10 Union Street, London.
From entrance assessments to public exams, do not miss your opportunity to hear from the product experts and to join colleagues from both the prep and senior sectors.
Confirmed headline speakers include:
Colin Hughes, CEO of AQA
Revolution, or evolution? The roadmap to digital exams
Every year over one million students sit AQA examinations at GCSE and A-level, with the examination board being the largest in the UK.
Professor Bill Lucas
Rethinking assessment in schools: why, how, who and when
Director of the Centre for Real-World Learning at the University of Winchester.
Professor Mary Richardson
The impact of AI technology on assessment design
Professor of Educational Assessment at the IOE, UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society, and advisor to Pearson, AQA and Qualifications Wales.
In addition to three keynote sessions, conference attendees can also choose from a set of breakout sessions, panel discussions and workshops, including:
– I Before E: How project-based learning sets pupils up with valuable real-world skills
– Replacement GCSE courses
– The power of Adaptive Comparative Judgement in assessing creative writing
– Prioritising pupil wellbeing in assessment design
– The future of Common Entrance and the prep school curriculum
Explore the full-day programme now, visit the conference website.
The day-long event will bring together colleagues from both prep and senior schools and the wider education and technology sectors, offering an invaluable opportunity to learn about and have your say on the future of assessment design and delivery.
Explore the conference website, including our programme of speakers or complete the conference registration form and book now.
Please note the conference registration form is only visible when logged into a valid ISEB School or Teacher account, please contact ISEB if you are experiencing difficulty booking your space.