Alison McCree

Building trust in teachers’ assessment - what can we learn from the August 2020 scenario?

The Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors, based at the University of Hertfordshire, is a professional membership organisation, incorporated by royal charter, set up to improve standards in educational assessment. In this webinar, you can hear the views of Sir John Dunford (former General Secretary of ASCL), Dame Alison Peacock (CEO of the Chartered College of Teaching), Nick Brook (NAHT Deputy General Secretary), Geoff Barton (ASCL General Secretary) and Mick Walker (CIEA) as they discuss some of the issues surrounding the cancellation of public examinations in 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • What is the future of public examinations?
  • How can we ensure all students receive a ‘fair’ grade? What should happen to public exams in 2021?
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