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This webinar will provide school leaders, subject leads and teachers with practical advice and guidance on how they should be awarding grades to students in summer 2020.
On the 3rd April, Ofqual released their ‘Summer 2020 grades for GCSE, AS and A level, Extended Project Qualification and Advanced Extension Award in maths’ guidance. The guidance states that:
In this webinar we explore the key areas that schools should consider when formulating their grades and ensuring fair, objective and carefully considered judgements when applying remote assessment methods.
Understanding how ‘centre assessment’ methods work and unpicking the new Ofqual guidance
Identifying practical strategies when employing fair and unbiased remote assessments methods
Recognising ‘standardisation and accuracy’ and ensuring grades are fair between schools and colleges
Clarifying the submission process, evidence collation and arrangements for results and progression
Understanding how a centre assessment approach affects different subjects and different categories of students
Remote AssessmentsEasy to access webinar. Right pace for me.Wendy Henshaw, - Sandfield Park School
Assessment anf gradingDeveloped a great insight in the assessment and grading not only at this current situation but most of the strategies shared can can be adopted to revamp our KS3 assessment and grading system as wellAnthony OWUSU, - Kingsford Community School
awarding grades webinarVery clear and useful. It helped us gain confidence in our own systems for awarding centre assessed grades.Svetlana Bajic-Raymond, - St Brendan's Sixth Form College
ReviewVery clear and informative.Kris Statham, - St Cuthbert Mayne School
Assessment webinar for summer 2020 examsThis webinar gave me an excellent guidelines and clear outlines of the process of grading. It also gave me insight into ensuring that all areas within the school have evidence for their grading systemRemy Mal, - Harborne Academy
This webinar will provide practical advice and guidance on building a recovery curriculum that best supports children on their return to school.
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