Fees

Fees per delegate: 225 + VAT discounted to 190 + VAT for delegates from schools universities and colleges

Speakers

Prof. Cliff Beevers, Heriot-Watt University, (Chair)
Dr Janet Brown, Chief Executive, SQA, (keynote address)
Dr Helen Ashton, Head of Pass-IT
Andrew Brown, Learning and Teaching Scotland
Duncan Gillespie and Robert Brown, Dumfries and Galloway College
Bob Gomersall, Chair, BTL
Prof Richard Kimbell,. Goldsmiths University of London
Iain Lowson, HMIe Scotland
Gerry Toner, Scholar Project
Martyn Ware, SQA
Matt Wingfield , TAG Learning
John Winkley, AlphaPlus

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Third one day conference in association with the Scottish Qualifications Authority

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21st Century Techniques and Technologies to Measure Skills and Knowledge

12th November 2008 at the Grosvenor Hilton Hotel, EDINBURGH

Welcome : Assessment Tomorrow Edinburgh 2008

Following on the success of both the first conference in 2006 and the second conference in 2007, and once again working in collaboration with SQA, we were delighted to stage the third Scottish conference on 21st Century Techniques and Technologies for Assessment. The conference examined the practical aspects of implementing e-Assessment including Computer Based Testing and e-Portfolios in education, training and professional development.

Managed by Assessment Tomorrow Ltd., the conference boasted an impressive line-up of authoritative speakers from education and industry. The programme included a key note address from Karen McCallum, Director of Operations on behalf of Dr Janet Brown Chief Executive, SQA and chaired by Emeritus Professor Cliff Beevers, OBE, Director of the CALM Project for Computer Aided Learning in Mathematics and director of the Scottish Centre for Research into On-Line Learning and Assessment, School of Mathematical and Computing Sciences, Heriot-Watt University

For those using, or considering using, ICT

  • to measure the skills & knowledge of candidates taking formal academic or professional qualifications,
  • or taking advantage of the flexibility and effectiveness of the technology to record and assess learning,
  • or for continuing professional development of staff, even using it to appraise employees and candidates,

e-Assessment offers exciting and innovative approaches to otherwise costly or inflexible assessment of learners, students or employees.

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Return here soon for details of our 2009 Scottish conference on Assessment For Learning - November 2009

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SQA was pleased to support Assessment Tomorrow Edinburgh 2008. However, the views expressed at the conference were the speakers’ own and do not represent SQA policy

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SQA was pleased to support Assessment Tomorrow Edinburgh 2008. However, the views expressed at the conference were the speakers’ own and do not represent SQA policy

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SQA was pleased to support Assessment Tomorrow Edinburgh 2008. However, the views expressed at the conference were the speakers’ own and do not represent SQA policy

Return here soon for details of our 2009 Scottish conference on Assessment For Learning - November 2009

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