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Saturday, January 9 • 15:15 - 16:15
Research: practical assessment of science skills: the PASS project

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Reporting on the prestigious Wellcome funded PASS project - a collaboration between York University and King's College London researchers in relation to recent changes on the way practical skills are now assessed at GCSE. This session will provide a project outline and emerging findings. This is a research reporting session that will get teachers thinking more about practical work in schools at both KS4 and KS3.

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Christine Harrison

Professor of ITE, Kings College London
Researcher keen to work at classroom level. Teacher educator. Research interest: Assessment and especially Assessment for Learning. Inquiry in science/experimental science. Professional Learning and practice-based evidence. Big, big ASE enthusiast!!
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Peter Fairhurst

Curriculum Specialist in Science Education, University of York
I am the lead physicist for a large, research-informed curriculum development project called Best Evidence Science Teaching (BEST); and a researcher in science education.Previously, I taught Science and Physics for 28 years in a wide variety of secondary schools in Barnsley, Guyana... Read More →
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Jessie Durk

Research Associate, King's College London
I work at both King's College London (secondary science education) and the University of Cambridge (physics education), and do voluntary tutoring with the Access Project. I will soon be starting a research position in undergraduate physics education at Imperial College London, alongside... Read More →

Saturday January 9, 2021 15:15 - 16:15 GMT
Room 3
  11-19, Assessment
  • Audience 14-16
  • Twitter Feed @PracSci; #ASEconf2021