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

Programme

- Conference Programme –

09.30 Welcome and Opening Address - Chair: Prof. Cliff Beevers OBE, Heriot Watt University

09.35 ‘Where we are going in Scotland’ - Keynote from Dr Janet Brown, Chief Executive, SQA

      ‘The use of technology’ - Learning and Teaching Scotland – Andrew Brown

10.30 Coffee Break then plenary session on Good practice and innovation in e-assessment

    ‘Using social networking for assessment’ - Veronica Harris SQA

    Case study from Dumfries and Galloway College - Duncan Gillespie and Robert Brown

     ‘e-Scape, an e-portfolio case study’ - Prof. Richard Kimbell, Goldsmiths, London and Matt Wingfield, TAG Learning

12.30 Lunch then plenary session Meeting Learner Expectations

    'SCHOLAR: Enhancing learning through interactivity' - Gerry Toner and Helen Ashton, SCHOLAR

     Head of Pass-IT, Heriot Watt

    ‘Supporting the learning process’ - Bob Gomersall, Chair, BTL

    ‘Involving and engaging with learners’ - John Winkley, AlphaPlus Consulting

15.00 Tea then plenary session Meeting the Expectations of Schools and Colleges

     ‘A developing approach’ - Martyn Ware, SQA

     ‘Factors affecting uptake’ - Iain Lowson, HMIe Scotland

15.50 to 16.00 Closing address - Chair

 

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