'Perspectives' are comment and opinion pieces from those across the education, research and policy sector. Those invited to write are encouraged to express their own views; the opinions shared here are therefore those of the individual authors, not the Centre for Education Research and Practice.
27 July 2015
Exam boards should work to develop rich assessments and reporting tools to inform teaching, learning and school improvement, writes CERP's leading experts Anton Béguin and Alison Wood
17 June 2015
Alison Lewis, AQA’s Director of Quality and Customer Standards, looks at the importance of eliminating all forms of cheating
9 January 2015
Alison Lewis, AQA’s Director of Quality and Customer Standards, reflects on what we have learned from last year’s post-results analysis and looks at how we can increase confidence in AQA’s assessments.
6 January 2015
Let’s not pretend that boys are a different species, says Elina Lahelma.
3 December 2014
Language learning should be more cultured, says Michael Byram.
27 November 2014
Michael Thomas thinks neuroscience can finally have a real impact on learning.
20 November 2014
Incremental improvement can mean better maths learning, says Hugh Burkhardt.
11 November 2014
Robin Samuel explores the gendered link between success and well-being in education and beyond.