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Day 1: Thursday 7 September 2017


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Welcome Address

Mr Chan Poh Meng

President, Academy of Principals (Singapore)

Principal, Raffles Institution

Introduction by Conference Chair

Professor David Hawker

Durham University, United Kingdom

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Plenary 1: The International Picture


Dr Yuri Belfali

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), France

Key Messages from PISA 2015

Plenary 2: Assessment and Pedagogy


Dr Joan Herman

University of California, Los Angeles, United States

Supporting Students’ College Success: The Role of Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Competencies


Professor Masahiro Arimoto

Tohoku University, Japan

Using Classroom Assessment to Improve Pedagogy – the Japanese Experience

Discussion led by Dr Yuri Belfali

Digging Deeper into PISA: The Challenges for Schools. 

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Discussion led by Dr Joan Herman and Professor Masahiro Arimoto

Assessing Deep Learning and Engaging Students Effectively – Innovation and Challenge at School Level.

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Workshop led by Dr Martin Walker and Professor Robert Coe

Exploring the (Un)Reliability of Traditional Examinations

Plenary 3: Assessment and Measurement


Professor Elaine Chapman, University of Western Australia

How is Measurement Good for Education?

Chair: Mr Kenny Raphael Reyes, Elias Park Primary School


Day 2: Friday 8 September 2017

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Summary of Day 1 and Introduction to Day 2

Professor David Hawker

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Plenary 4: Assessment and improvement


Professor Robert Coe

University of Durham, United Kingdom

Student Assessment and Effective Learning: We Know How It Works – or Do We?

Plenary 5: Assessment and Achievement


Dr Cecilia Chan

Hong Kong University, Hong Kong

Assessing Holistic Competencies – Through the Eyes of Students


Ms Martha Kaufeldt

Begin with the Brain, United States

Feedback to Feed-forward, and the Power of Do-overs

Discussion led by Professor Robert Coe and Dr Elaine Chapman

Recent Developments in the Measurement, Evaluation and Promotion of Educational Effectiveness.

Discussion led by Dr Cecilia Chan and Ms Martha Kaufeldt

Two Burning Issues - Assessing 21st Century Skills, and De-stressing the Test: Preparing Students for High Stakes Assessments.

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Workshop led by Dr Martin Walker

Using Item Response Theory to Create More Reliable School Examinations.

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Plenary 6: Assessment and the Future

Speakers' Panel and Open Plenary Discussion:

Innovation, Opportunities and Challenges

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