The 40th International Association for Educational Assessment (IAEA) Annual Conference will be held in Singapore from Sunday, May 25 to Friday, May 30, 2014 at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel. The theme will be 'Assessment Innovations for the 21st Century'. Visit the conference website
The Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board would like to invite you to register for the IAEA 2014 Conference. You can enjoy early bird registration rates if you sign up by 31 January 2014! The conference fees and registration form are available here
The IAEA 2014 Frances M. Ottobre Distinguished Student Scholarship will support the attendance of one individual at the 2014 IAEA conference to be held in Singapore from the 25th to the 30th of May, 2014 at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront hotel.
Deadline for receipt of submissions: 22 January 2014.
New report from the Cognitively Based Assessment of, for, and as Learning (CBAL) Initiative: "Using Argumentation Learning Progressions to Support Teaching and Assessments of English Language Arts," by Yi Song, Paul Deane, Edith Aurora Graf, and Peter van Rijn. See http://www.ets.org/Media/Research/pdf/RD_Connections_22.pdf
ETS Education Research Update is now available . This issue lists 20 ETS-authored or ETS-published research papers that have appeared recently in ETS-produced and independent publications. It also includes access to the ETS ReSEARCHER database which contains a comprehensive record of our research publications since 1947.
The latest issue of Cambridge Assessment's Research Matters is now available to download.
In the 39th IAEA Annual Conference (Tel Aviv, 20-25 October 2013) the organizers hope to bring together experts in assessment and education, policymakers, practitioners, researchers, and providers of examinations, to share ideas and insights regarding the use and applications of technological developments in educational assessment. Hence the theme: Educational Assessment 2.0: Technology in Educational Assessment.
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The Education for All Global Monitoring Report (GMR), published annually by UNESCO, is the global reference to assess progress towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals related to Education and the six 'Dakar' Education for All goals. In each edition, the Report tracks progress towards each of these goals and provides evidence for policy reforms.
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