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While the principles of Comparative Judgement have been established for quite some time we are still learning a lot about its potential use cases in Education. This is especially true for Adaptive Comparative Judgement (ACJ).
Published research studies using RM Compare
Research in this area has been active for a while and continues to grow. Some of the papers that relate directly to RM Compare can be found below.
Please note that, as is common with much scholarly research, many of the academic papers listed here are hosted by academic journals, and thus you may need to have a valid subscription to these journals in order to see the articles.
e-Assessment in project e-scape, Richard Kimbell, Goldsmiths, University of London, 2008
Using formative e-portfolios and ACJ to assess GCSE Design Technology work - Richard Kimbell and Tony Wheeler, project e-scape, Goldsmiths, University of London, 2009
The Method of Adaptive Comparative Judgement - using ACJ to support summative assessment - Alastair Pollitt, 2012
Testing the validity of judgements about geography essays using the Adaptive Comparative Judgement method - Claire Whitehouse (AQA Research), 2012
Peer assessment of mathematical understanding using comparative judgement - Ian Jones, David Sirl (2017)
Addressing the issue of bias in the measurement of reliability in the method of Adaptive Comparative Judgement - Camila Rangel-Smith, Declan Lynch, 2018
Learning by evaluating (LbE) through adaptive comparative judgement - Dr Scott R. Bartholomew, Dr Nathan Mentzer, Matthew Jones, Derek Sherman & Sweta Baniya, 2020
Examining the reliability of Adaptive Comparative Judgement (ACJ) as an assessment tool in educational settings - Richard Kimbell, Goldsmiths, University of London, 2021
Using Adaptive Comparative Judgement for assessing GCSE History - Qualification Wales, 2022
Assessing Performance: Using 'ACJ-Steady State' to Establish Standards Across Schools - Richard Kimbell, Goldsmiths, University of London, 2021
Validity, Reliability and Efficiency of Comparative Judgement to Assess Student Work - Frontiers Research Topic Report (13 Studies), 2023
- E-assessment Award Winner (Steve Dew AssessProgress - Best Practitioner of the Year) 2022
- E-assessment Award Winner 2021
- National Science Foundation grant winner 2021
- IMS Global Learning Impact Awards Finalist 2021
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