This is part 7 of a series of blogs on my new book, Making Good Progress?: The future of Assessment for Learning. Click here to read the
In February, my second book is going to be published by Oxford University Press. It’s called Making Good Progress?: The future of Assessment for Learning.
One of the frequent complaints about tests is that they are a bit dehumanising. Every pupil is herded into an exam hall, there to answer
On Thursday I spoke at an Intelligence Squared debate called ‘Let’s end the tyranny of the test: relentless school testing demeans education’. Together with Toby
In my last few blog posts, I’ve looked at the problems with performance descriptors such as national curriculum levels. I’ve suggested two alternatives: defining these