International English Education Assessment
is highly regarded for its contribution to the theory and research that
underpins development in English educational
measurement and assessment.
times, there has been a substantial increase in the professional advice
and support activities undertaken by staff at IEEAC.
They have been providing measurement and support to policy makers across a
range of educational and commercial sectors. This is in addition to
undertaking research, teaching and workshops in educational measurement,
assessment and evaluation worldwide.
research activities of IEEAC staff and PhD
Investigating whether social variables of age, gender and ethnocultural/language
background have a bearing on responses to selected questions from the
various International Schools Competitions
development of new approaches to assessing English as an international
developmental trends in creative potential with modern psychometric
into the development of online databases and item-banks in conjunction
with the School of Media and Communication (UNSW)
on the development of the International
Benchmarks for English Writing
the assessment approach used in large-scale assessment programs such as
English Language & Literacy Assessment (ELLA) and Primary Writing
activities will be enhanced in coming years with the introduction of
various on-line initiatives and the extension of research activities
involving IEEAC staff, in conjunction with
visiting international scholars and PhD candidates.