Let's Talk Assessment - in Curriculum for Wales

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Get ready to create assessment arrangements that address the 3 purposes of assessment as outlined in the new Curriculum for Wales.

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Join us for 3 free events that aim to explore assessment in the new Curriculum for Wales. Hear from teachers, experts and academics as we discuss what assessment is, how it works and how we can make it a reality in our schools.

Event 1 - May 6th 4pm - "Supporting individual learners in an ongoing day to day basis” - hear from Dave Stacey, senior lecturer at UWTSD exploring concepts from the Camau Project that underpinned assessment development in Curriculum for Wales

Event 2 - May 20th 4pm - “Understanding group progress in order to reflect on practice” - Daisy Christodolou – Director of Education at No More Marking, the organisation who have revolutionised assessment through development of comparative judgement.

Event 3 - Sept 30th 4pm - "Identifying, capturing and reflecting on individual learner progress over time” - hear from Michael Chiles, Head of Department at Kings Woolton, Principal Examiner, Chartered College of Teaching council member and author of 'The Craft of Assessment' which explores a whole school approach to an assessment of learning.

In each session you'll have the opportunity to listen to our panel of teachers discuss key concerns and questions. You'll also be able to submit your question for the Q&A session where we aim to discuss how we will make this key purpose of assessment a reality.

Your ticket enables access to all three events and a recording of each event post attendance.

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