Past events

Past events

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Whether you particularly enjoyed an event, or were unable to attend and would like to know more, here you can access a wide range of related resources from videos and podcasts, to exclusive interviews with our speakers and download their presentations.

  • Basic statistics (Training event)

    This training event introduces the key terms in statistics and how they are used in assessment. You'll learn about basic summary statistics, such as the mean, mode, median, range and standard deviation.

    16 Jan 2018 | 09:30 - 12:30 | Cambridge

  • Association for Science Education Annual Conference 2018 (Conference)

    The largest subject association in the UK is hosting a three-day conference to focus on the resulting impact on students' learning and development. Tim Oates CBE, Group Director of Assessment and Development, Cambridge Assessment will be part of a panel debate.

    03 - 06 Jan 2018 | 09:00 - 17:00 | Liverpool

  • Questioning Questions: effective learning – how can assessment help? (Conference)

    We hosted a one-day conference designed to stimulate debate about the importance of effective questioning.

    23 Nov 2017 - 23 May 2099 | 09:30 - 17:00 |

  • Cambridge Language Sciences Annual Symposium 2017 (Seminar)

    A research and networking event for researchers in the language sciences at the University of Cambridge.

    21 Nov 2017 | 13:15 - 19:45 | Cambridge

  • Principles of mark scheme design (Training event)

    This interactive session will describe the different approaches to mark schemes, provide some practical guidance on how mark schemes can be optimised, and will allow attendees to reflect on their own practice of mark scheme design.

    21 Nov 2017 | 09:15 - 12:45 | Cambridge

  • Centre for Education Economics roundtable forum: Insights for education from behavioural economics (Seminar)

    The leading independent think tank is hosting a roundtable forum to discuss behavioural economics attempts to integrate with traditional economics insights from psychology, neuroscience, and sociology in order to better predict individual outcomes and develop more effective policy.

    14 Nov 2017 | 13:00 - 17:30 | London

2018 training and events programme

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