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Author Archives: Joseph Hrycak

Can low-stakes testing resolve the assessment conundrum?

‘Testing’ has become a pejorative term in education. It is used synonymously with exams that are tethered to high stakes. We use high-stakes…
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Reasons to welcome the DfE’s EdTech Strategy

The UK government has issued a blueprint for the expansion of educational technology, in a strategy document published by Damian Hinds, Secretary of…
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Why the five C’s of EdTech are not enough

by Richard Marett, CEO Whizz Education The 5 C's of EdTech Ministries of Education and funding stakeholders in education have had ICT in…
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When aggregate judgements harm individual learners

Education is in the grip of a paradox. As educators, we are responsible for addressing the individual needs of every learner, yet many…
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