RM Results is attending the 15th E-Assessment Question Annual Conference and Exhibition at America Sq. Conference Centre, London, 22-23 March 2017.
The e-Assessment Question Conference aims to examine how the tools, techniques and technologies of e-Assessment can respond to the challenges of the world we live in.
This year, the conference will also mark the introduction of the first e-Assessment Awards, held by the e-Assessment Association (eAA). RM Results is proud to announce that we are sponsoring the eAA’s Innovation Award, which seeks to acknowledge an individual, team or organisation that has undergone a highly innovative project, in terms of new technology or how technology was used in a new way. The awards will be announced at a gala dinner on the evening of the 22nd March.
On 30th March 2017, Westminster Education Forum are hosting a seminar on ‘Using data and evidence in education: teacher engagement, measuring pupil progress and use in classroom teaching.’
RM Results will be attending the event, based in central London, alongside guests of honour, including Professor Dame Alison Peacock, CEO at The Chartered College of Teaching, and a senior speaker confirmed from the Education Endowment Foundation.
Delegates will discuss ways to improve teacher engagement using data and research, including the role of the new College of Teaching in fulfilling the Government’s aim of creating an evidence informed teaching profession.
RM Results will be speaking at The Moscow International Education Fair on how e-marking can improve marking efficiency and quality.
The Moscow International Education Fair is organised by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation and is one of the leading venues for the presentation of the best practices in education.
The event brings together over 40,000 visitors: teachers, heads of educational organizations, representatives of Federal and regional ministries and departments, public and commercial organizations and the main consumers of educational services — students, school leavers, students and their parents.
Timed to follow the publication of Sir Adrian Smith’s review into the potential for improving the quality and increasing uptake of mathematics in those aged 16 to 18, this seminar will consider next steps for reforming maths qualifications post-16.
Issues discussed will be around the proposal to whether maths should be made compulsory for students until the age of 18 to help ensure that the future UK workforce has appropriate mathematical and quantitative skills. Other topics will include, how to overcome post-16 barriers to subject take-up, teacher supply and financial constraints that have been highlighted in by the recent AoC and TES survey.
Following the completion of the education governance review consultation in January 2017, and consultation on proposals for a funding formula which is expected to begin shortly, this seminar provides the opportunity to discuss future changes to governance structures within Scottish education.
The event will take place in Edinburgh and will include a keynote address from Larry Flanagan, General Secretary, Educational Institute of Scotland.
RM Results is attending the 35th Annual Association for Educational Assessment in Africa (AEAA) conference. Hosted by The Uganda National Examinations Board, the theme for the conference is ‘Enhancing efficiency and effectiveness in Educational Assessment in an era of rapid change’.
The event will take place at Speke Resort & Conference Centre, Munyonyo, Kampala, Uganda, from 7-11 August 2017.
From 27-29 September 2017, members of the RM Results team will be attending The Association of Test Publishers’ (ATP) annual European conference at the Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin in the Netherlands.
E-ATP is a non-profit organisation that represents providers of exams and assessment tools and/or services related to assessment, selection, screening, certification and licensing, for educational or clinical uses.
RM Results will be attending the 43rd Annual Conference of the International Association for Educational Assessment. The theme of the 43rd IAEA Conference is Assessment as a Social Lever. The aim of this conference is to explore how assessment is used as a change agent to improve social justice and the quality of teaching and learning in education.