6th Annual Conference
The conference this year was on the 17th November 2011 at the Grosvenor Hilton Hotel, Edinburgh

2011 e-Assessment Conference in Scotland

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Registration Fee: 225 per delegate + VAT
Discounted fee for Schools and Colleges: 190 per delegate + VAT

PRICE held for 6th consecutive year

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0930 Welcome and Opening Address - Chair: Prof. Cliff Beevers OBE, Heriot Watt University 

0935 The Development of e-Assessment – The Landscape in Scotland

  • Keynote opening address: Karen McCallum, Director of Operations, SQA
  • Sanjin Kaharevic, ICT in Education Programme, Scottish Government

1030 Coffee Break

1045 Curriculum for Excellence – the pivotal role of technology

  • e-Enabling the Baccalaureate, Linn van der Zanden, SQA
  • Making Maths work! - Grahame Smart, Maths AST and E-Learning Consultant
  • The role of SCHOLAR – Prof Phil John, Heriot Watt University and Carole Graham, Modern Languages Teacher at Tynecastle High School + students
  • The role of technology in the classroom - Bob Gomersall, BTL Group
  • Morning review and Comments on e-Assessment, Chair

1245 Lunch

1345 Good Practice and users experiences

  • Assessing Learning through the use of Social Media, Matt Wingfield, TAG Developments
  • User experiences of assessment of group work using social software - Lynda McBain, Curriculum Head for Care, Elaine Hamilton and Karen Sandford, South Lanarkshire College
  • Andy McPherson, Projects Director, LearnTPM
  • The Diploma in Professional Financial Advice - one year gone, one year to go, Denis Saunders, Founder and Chief Executive, Calibrand

1515 Tea Break

1530 Meeting the expectations of Learners, Schools, Colleges and the Workplace

    Afternoon review and Comments on e-Assessment, Chair and Speakers

    Summing –up - Where SQA is going next with e-assessment - Martyn Ware, e-Assessment Manager, SQA

1600 Closing Address and closure – Chair

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Previous Assessment Tomorrow event: November 2010 EDINBURGH

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