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Conferences Teaching and Learning Comparative Judgement Conference: Increase Accuracy of Assessments and Reduce Workload

Pavilion and Downs Teaching School Alliance is proud to present:

Comparative Judgement: Increase Accuracy of Assessments and Reduce Workload

Keynote Daisy Christodoulou presents on how comparative judgement improves

the accuracy of writing assessments and reduces teacher workload.

 

Wednesday 11th July 2018, 8:30am - 4:30pm

American Express Community Stadium, Brighton

 

Free parking

Delegates should please bring a laptop or tablet to the conference.

Refreshments will be provided throughout the day including a gourmet sandwich lunch offering a selection of meat, vegetarian or vegan wraps and sandwiches.

 

£45

Tickets available through: Eventbrite

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In association with Oxford University Press




 

About the Expert
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Ellen Mulvihill

 

Taught English at secondary schools in London, East Kent and West Sussex;

As Head of Inclusion in London Borough of Bexley and Head of Behaviour and Attendance in Brighton and Hove she was responsible for alternative provision, Behaviour and Attendance Partnerships for primary and secondary schools and safeguarding in schools. She has delivered a wide variety of training sessions to staff on related subjects to facilitate improved outcomes, particularly for SEMH and disadvantaged children and young people in the classroom. Most recently she was the Head of Standards and Achievement for Brighton and Hove and liaised extensively with Ofsted with regard to school inspections and outcomes.

In December 2018 Ellen was also appointed Sub Regional Lead (Sussex, Brighton and Hove) to the SESL Regional Team. More information on this can be found in the news blog.


 



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