15 September 2023
Chaired by Professor Rola Ajjawi, the symposium seeks to trouble superficial and instrumental practices of authentic assessment, re-orienting it towards the increasingly uncertain future. We are pleased to present three exciting public events as pivotal highlights of the symposium program. These include a Keynote Presentation and two interactive Panel Sessions. Register now for your chance to join us.
2 November 2022
In this post Rebecca Awdry, CRADLE PhD candidate and symposium delegate, provides her reflections on the Symposium panel session and the controversial and big issues arising out of the discussions surrounding cheating.
31 October 2022
In this post Rebecca Awdry, CRADLE PhD candidate and symposium delegate, provides her reflections on the Symposium keynote presentation and the controversial and big issues arising out of the discussions surrounding cheating.
16 September 2022
Please join us as part of our annual International Symposium event where we will tackle the controversial and big issues surrounding cheating, a topic that may raise more questions than answers!
What are the big questions in inclusive assessment? A review of the CRADLE symposium 2021 panel discussion.
3 November 2021
In this post, Karla Wells-Duerr reviews the public panel discussion from this year’s CRADLE symposium....
Inclusive Assessment: Recognising Difference through Communities of Praxis – Review – CRADLE Symposium – 26 October 2021
2 November 2021
Following a well-attended CRADLE symposium keynote from Prof. Penny Jane Burke, CRADLE PhD student Ameena...