I’ve written an article about how to avoid the common problems with QLA/gap analysis and get the most out of it. Titled “Question Level Analysis – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”, it goes into more detail about what I talked about at ResearchEd Rubgy. Read it by clicking here!
Here are the slides from my researchED Rugby talk – click here to download or view below.
In the questions there was a good comment from Chris White (@onechriswhite) about an easy way of getting the QLA marks data off the paper and into a spreadsheet. He doesn’t mark on the scripts at all and only records marks on a spreadsheet as he’s marking. Great idea!
I’ll also be writing a series of blog articles from the talk, so watch out for those coming soon!