Judging for Best Use of Summative Assessment
Helen is an experienced assessment content development manager. She has worked in assessment, including e-assessment, for over 20 years. She has developed summative and formative assessments for ages from 6 years-old to adult. Her experience covers all aspects of the assessment development process, including assessment design, item writing and review, trialling, test construction and standard setting. She currently works at the UK office of the Australian Council of Educational Research. Helen holds a Master’s degree in Education; she is also a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors and a practitioner of AEA-Europe. She believes that e-assessment has an important role to play in supporting targeted teaching and learning.
Jeremy has 23 years of commercial experience in the technology industry. Driven by a passion for the role of technology in education, Jeremy has spent 17 years in learning and assessment. Through his work with Questionmark, BTL Group Ltd, as co-founder of Cirrus Assessment and now with his consultancy, Advance EdTech, he has collaborated with many awarding organisations in the UK, helping to deliver some of the largest e-assessment programmes in the country. A regular contributor and speaker at industry conferences, Jeremy is also a past e-Assessment Award winner with Cirrus Assessment taking the inaugural "Best Use of Summative Assessment" award in 2017.
Martha has been the e-assessment manager at Edinburgh Business School at Heriot-Watt University for 2 and half years. In that time, Martha has transitioned their traditional pen and paper exams for the distance global MBA programme to e-assessment. Before this, Martha worked for the British Council for 20 years in different locations in English and Exams, most recently as Client Relations Manager for UK Awarding Bodies and Universities, advising them on transitioning to e-assessment, whether it be 100% switch-over or gradual transition.
Currently studying for an MSc in Digital Education with specialism in e-assessment to support her work with Edinburgh Business School.
In 2017, in the first year of the e-Assessment Association Awards, Martha won in the Export category for Edinburgh Business School and was Highly Commended in the Best Institution Category. Martha joined the Board of the e-Assessment Association in March 2018.
Stuart is a passionate advocate for the role technology plays in teaching, learning and assessment with over a decade of experience creating award winning e-learning and assessment resources and applications.
He has recently taken up the post of Deputy Director, Digital Products and Services Education at Cambridge Assessment International Education working to further their onscreen assessment and learning capabilities.