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Introduction to Adaptive Comparative Judgement

LiveAssess & ACJ
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Matt Wingfield

on 23 November 2015

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Transcript of Introduction to Adaptive Comparative Judgement

Our Experience
in eAssessment Supporting curriculum & qualification assessment for 10+ years;
Multi-Award Winning;
Academically validated. Delivering eAssessment Solutions Working with Awarding Bodies Local, regional and national deployments;
Used globally, inc. Australia, Ireland, Singapore, Sweden, UK and the US:
providing assessment rigor, reliability and transparency to coursework assessment. Deployments Introducing LiveAssess Supporting 100,000s of qualification assessments and secure submissions Dynamically capturing student progression Key Attributes of LiveAssess & ACJ Flexibility at the core
Evolution not revolution




Scale as it is needed
National potential Matt Wingfield
Managing Director, TAG Developments
e-mail: matt.wingfield@sherston.com
Tel: +44 203 176 0394

www.tagdevelopments.com
www.mapsassessment.com Thank you... Delivering Authentic Assessments Solving Assessment Issues People are good at:
Relative Judgements;
Ranking work.

People are less good at:
Absolute Judgements, e.g. Scoring. People & Assessment The result... In addition, when assessing student work we:
are influenced by past experience;
work independently – magnifying the effect of subjectivity; reduced assessment reliability; and
increased inconsistency. Illustrating the issue... Measuring without subjectivity – adaptive scaling without needing scores;







Based on The Law of Comparative Judgement (1927); A different approach... Comparative Judgements TAG has created a web-based ADAPTIVE comparative judgement solution for assessing student work... Adaptive Comparative Judgment Student A Student B The system runs successive 'rounds' of judgement to order the work in rank order... ACJ - behind the scenes Resulting in a secure, reliable rank order that has been generated through collective Professional Consensus...








Which can then be graded/scored. Reduced inconsistency; and
Increased reliability (typically 0.93 – 0.98). The result...turns traditional assessment on its head! http://escape.maps-ict.com/ems/escapeportfolio/upn/tag_test_c19/sessionid/39.html http://three.maps-ict.com/bett12_liveassess_direct.html Go to http://tinyurl.com/comparativepairs Logging in as a judge... How to use Adaptive Comparative Judgement Working with Ministries of Education and School Districts Supporting school-based and national assessments in several curriculum areas Based on the work by Goldsmiths, University of London in Project Developed a brand new approach that focused on capturing & assessing coursework and related 'soft' skills:
creativity, problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration... Wanted it to be dynamic 'of the moment', reflective and to clearly show student progression over time This approach is different from most conventional forms of assessment, which tends to be 'after the fact' Initially deployed on paper, but then approached TAG to develop two solutions LiveAssess and Adaptive Comparative Judgement
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