Use Comparative Judgement to increase the accuracy of your writing assessments – and reduce workload!

Last few places available – book now to avoid disappointment

The St Helens TSA in association with Daisy Christodoulou invites you to join them on Tuesday 22nd January 2019, where she will reflect on Making Good Progress: how can we measure pupil learning?, and deliver workshops exploring how Comparative Judgment can improve the assessment of writing by offering increased reliability, reduced workload and more powerful feedback. 

Daisy Christodoulou is the Director of Education at No More Marking (NMM), working closely with schools on developing new approaches to assessment. Before joining NMM, Daisy was Head of Assessment at Ark Schools, and taught English  in two London comprehensives. She is the author of Making Good Progress? The future  of Assessment for Learning (OUP, 2017) and Seven Myths about Education (Routledge, 2010)

To take place on: Tuesday 22nd January, 9.00am-13.00pm (including a light lunch)
Venue: Ibis Styles Haydock, Piele Road, Haydock, St. Helens WA11 0GR. 

Target audience: This event is suitable for Secondary  SLT, assessment and subject leaders.

Cost: £50 per delegate. Please bring along a laptop or tablet with Google Chrome installed. 

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