CCEA and RM to discuss examiner behaviour data at the ATP Conference
Do examiners mark mainly in the evening? Does the time they mark affect the quality of marking? How can we use data to improve the speed and accuracy of the marking?
When it comes to planning high-stake assessments and ensuring the quality of marking, these questions are sure to have crossed your mind. Data can give you the answers to your questions, but finding them is not always straightforward.
To hear more on the subject, join Roberto Hortal – Head of Innovation at RM Results and Ronan Carberry, Exam processing Manager atCouncil for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) at the ATP Conference for their talk, "How Can We Use Examiner Behaviour Data to Improve Exam Marking and Inform Decision-Making?" on Tuesday 31st March at 3:45pm.