Only 15 per cent of primary schools are planning to follow the Government’s directive to stop using current assessment ‘levels’ to report pupil attainment, according to new research from the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) published today.
Over the past year, award-winning online markbook and pupil assessment tool, Classroom Monitor, has released a number of free white papers and guides related to the new National Curriculum and areas of uncertainty within schools.
Having seen a great deal of support for the free downloads, particularly the ‘Ofsted Good to Outstanding’ and ‘Assessing Without Levels: Your Checklist for Change’ white papers, this month Technical Director Chris Scarth aims to demystify assessment models through the latest free download, ‘Creating an Assessment Model for the New Curriculum’.
The British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) has today released a report marking the progression and milestones of ICT in education over the past 30 years.
A number of talented students chosen as winners in the national Apps for Good Awards 2014 by business leaders are set to launch their apps onto the market next week.