Peppiatt, Mike

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Name, affiliation and email address

Name, affiliation and email address

Bio sketch

Mike Peppiatt led, since 2001 for the UK Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, the pioneering development of an on-screen, process-based assessment of ICT for 14 year olds. He has long experience of IT-based development. in the early 1980’s he developed a pre-cursor to SGML, converting Wang word processed files into finished typeset pages through a bespoke parser, embedding generic typographic mark-up into text. He moved to publishers NFER-NELSON in 1984, where he pioneered the development of an electronic database for the typesetting and delivery of secondary school selection tests. This later developed into a system with an optional output - on-screen assessment. In the 1990’s Mike moved his attention to electronic assessment and marking, developing automated OMR marking systems for the selection tests and also for NFER-NELSON’s range of Verbal, Non-verbal, Mathematics and English progress tests. In 2001 he moved to QCA. This last project has included running three feasibility studies into on screen assessment, designing and specifying a national scale electronic end-to-end delivery infrastructure, constructing a test model for a process based on screen assessment, developing a subject domain specific rules based marking structure, and acting as Technical Authority for the delivery of this innovative development.

Field of interest

The kind of work I do

Chosen topic group (but also interested in)

Chosen topic group: Assessment

Also interested in:

Planned contribution to ISDDE 2008

The assessment of process taxonomy of creating an assessment.

paper on assessment research

paper on assessment software

Expectations for this conference



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