Promoting assessment practice that supports learning
AAIA is a voluntary, not-for-profit organisation having the aim of promoting assessment practice that supports learning.
Learning, progress and the curriculum - in an exclusive video for AAIA, Mary Myatt considers key issues about learning and assessment; other materials from Mary Myatt, Tom Sherrington and Jenny Short expand upon key points.
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Understanding Assessment in the Classroom, written by AAIA members, is a self-study course exploring the principles and purposes of formative assessment, available to AAIA members at no cost. Join AAIA to use these materials.
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Your website … is one of the best resources schools can access in terms of keeping up to date with what is happening in the world of assessment.
An excellent conference, jam packed with thought-provoking & informative presentations.
One of the best conferences I’ve been to in recent years. Great line-up and we were so well looked after.
Always a brilliant 3 days of professional learning – I really value these conferences. Thank you.
A really good conference. Very well organized with good speakers and networking opportunities.
Attending the regional AAIA meetings has been tremendously helpful to me in my professional work over the years … Liaising with such dedicated and professional colleagues … has been a great experience.