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‘Understanding and Managing Assessment Data in Education’
A one day conference for schools and educationalists   4th December 2014 at America Square Conference Centre, London

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Performance Data and Student Attainment

In secondary schools and colleges today the need to balance a proactive analysis of performance data with the right educational, scholastic and pedagogic tools has never been more important, and in many ways more challenging.

This conference will examine the latest developments in educational data management in schools and colleges.

There is  an opportunity, and an obligation,  to use the latest tools, techniques, and most importantly technologies, to manage performance, assessment and qualification data, in order to  provide a mechanism for

  • reviewing and developing teaching strategies,
  • raising learning and teaching standards and
  • enhancing  the quality of teaching,

The question is how to achieve those objectives in an effective, efficient and transparent way. In any school there are many sources of data about a student or a cohort of students. The 10 key questions are

  • why do schools and colleges need databases of performance data?
  • which of the many available data sources should be used?
  • how should that data be organised including student identification and mapping of qualification structures?
  • what considerations need to be made when processing and organising the data
  • how do these requirements relate to qualifications and exam. planning and management in the school?
  • who in the school is best placed to analyse and interpret that data?
  • when does it need to be presented to stakeholders and what are the implications for changing mechanisms of data interchange?
  • how do we benchmark school improvement for current and future achievement
  • which of the new tools and techniques is best suited to your requirements?
  • what are the implications of transparency on the management of teaching?

It is these questions that the one day conference on the 4th December in London addressed. We brought together an knowledgeable panel of practitioners and professionals with experience and expertise in identifying, using, and presenting student performance data.

A rewarding and fascinating day.

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Date; 4th December 2014
Location: London

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Pricing and Fees
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160 per delegate + VAT
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Speakers Included
Andrew Harland, CEO, Examinations Officer Association and Robin Turner. Examinations Officers Association
Tim Burnett, BTL
Rachael Marshman, Product Manager, Capita Sims,
Jon Munt, Assistant Head Teacher, Forest Hill School
Grahame Smart, AST and Teaching Consultant
Anna White, Consultant
Sarah Maughan, Associate Director of Research, Alphaplus
James Weatherill, Chief Commercial Officer, Arbor Education Partners

America Square Conference Centre
1 America Sq, 17 Crosswall
London EC3N 2LD
Tel: 0207 706 7700 
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Who Attended

  • Senior School Staff with responsibility for Assessment, Data and Reporting
  • School Data Managers
  • Examination Officers
  • Awarding Bodies
  • Local and Central Government officers
  • Publishers and System Providers


About Assessment Tomorrow

Assessment Tomorrow has been working in the field of e-Assessment and use of Technology in learning since its formation in 2003. It manages, hosts and organises conferences, seminars, webinars, workshops and training events in the field of computer based assessment and learning. It also acts as an advisor and project manager to private and public sector organisations who are selecting, developing or implementing e-Assessment or e-learning solutions learn more

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