Centre for Research in STEM Education (CRISTEME) - Centre Meeting

Regular centre meeting for staff and students (all welcome)

A Graduate School of Education research event
Date17 March 2022
Time10:00 to 11:00
PlaceMS TEAMS

At this meeting we are hosting Dr Ian Jones, Reader in Education Assessment at Loughborough University.

Comparative judgement in educational research

Ian Jones, Mathematics Education Centre, Loughborough University

 

Educational researchers often need to construct precise and reliable measurement scales of complex and varied objects such as participants’ written work, videoed lesson segments and policy documents. Developing such scales can be resource-intensive and time-consuming and even then the outcomes are not always reliable. In this talk I will present alternative methods based on comparative judgement (CJ) that have been growing in popularity over recent years. First I will explain what CJ methods are and how they work, and consider the motivations for using them. Then I will present evidence for the efficiency, validity and reliability of the resultant scales from a programme of research conducted at Loughborough over the past decade. The session will include a chance for attendees to have a go at some comparative judging, and I will reflect on common objections to CJ methods.

 


ProviderGraduate School of Education
Intended audienceAcademic staff and students
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OrganizerJustin Dillon
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