Black, Paul

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Field of interest

Paul Black worked as a physicist for twenty years before moving to a chair in science education. He made many contributions, to curriculum development in the Nuffield Curriculum Projects at primary and secondary levels, and to research into learning and assessment. He was chair of the UK government's Task Group on Assessment and Testing in 1988 which formulated advice on the new national assessment system. He has served on advisory groups of the USA National Research Council and as visiting professor at Stanford University. He is Professor Emeritus of Education at King's College London, and his work on formative assessment with Dylan Wiliam and others has had widespread impact.

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Planned contribution to ISDDE 2008

Planned contribution: Plenary entitled: Strategic Decisions: Ambitions, Feasibility and Context.

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