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Claire Wyatt-Smith is the Director of the Institute for Learning Sciences and Teacher Education (ILSTE) and Professor of Educational Assessment and Evaluation, Australian Catholic University. Claire's research is focused on teaching and evaluative expertise. It examines the role of standards, professional judgement and moderation, as well as the use of data to inform teaching and improve learning. She acts as an advisor to various agencies within Australia and internationally, and is currently leading a large-scale Australian study involving a national collective of 13 universities undertaking the Graduate Teacher Performance Assessment and cross-institutional standards-referenced moderation. Her recent books include Assessment for education: Standards, judgement and Moderation (Sage 2014), and Designing assessment for quality learning (Springer 2014). She is the Foundation Editor of The Enabling Power of Assessment Series as well as the series, Teacher Education, Learning Innovation and Accountability. Lenore Adie is a Senior Research Fellow with the Assessment, Evaluation and Student Learning Research Concentration at the Institute for Learning Sciences and Teacher Education (ILSTE), Australian Catholic University. Her research focuses on assessment and moderation processes as these contribute to supporting teachers' pedagogical practices and student learning. She has a further interest in the enactment of assessment policy and the validity of assessment processes. Her research has generated new knowledge in the field of assessment, focusing on quality in assessment practices and processes, in particular within systems of standards-referenced assessment. This work addresses the alignment of curriculum, assessment and pedagogic practices through the design of assessment tasks and the application of criteria and grading. Lenore has extensive professional experience working in schools as a teacher and in leadership positions, and in teacher education for over 30 years.
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