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The validation of general qualifications

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  • UserVictoria Crisp, Assessment Research & Development Division, Cambridge Assessment and Stuart Shaw, Assessment Services Division, University of Cambridge International Examinations
  • ClockWednesday 14 July 2010, 15:30-17:00
  • HouseHughes Hall, Mortimer Road, Cambridge.

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A number of frameworks for validation have previously been proposed but a coherent model with an accompanying set of methods that can be applied to general qualifications such as GCS Es and A levels has previously been absent. This seminar will report on recent work at Cambridge Assessment to develop and pilot a validation framework and methodology for general qualifications.

Whilst this work moves us towards a refined approach to validation for general assessments, various challenges remain, for example, in relation to the practicalities of gathering such evidence operationally on a routine basis, and with regard to the amount of evidence required to argue that an assessment is sufficiently valid.

This talk is part of the Perspectives from Cambridge Assessment series.

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