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Matt Haigh

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Research interests

Computer-Based Assessment Qualification Comparability


Matt Haigh is a Research Officer within Cambridge Assessment’s Research Division. He currently manages comparability research projects in the organisation’s research programme. Matt has a strong interest in the impact of technology in education and has research interests in the area of computer-based assessment. Matt previously worked as a Project Manager for Cambridge Assessment’s New Developments Division, piloting and evaluating university admissions tests and developing a computer-based formative assessment system. He currently holds the ‘PRINCE2 Practitioner’ project-management qualification. Prior to joining Cambridge Assessment in 2004, Matt worked in secondary schools in Essex and London as a Maths teacher. During this time he collaborated on technology-based education projects with Microsoft Education and PLATO Learning. Matt’s educational qualifications include a Master’s degree in educational research from the University of Cambridge, a Post-Graduate Certificate in Education from Birmingham University and a Master’s degree in mathematics from Durham University.

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Publications (2)

  • Technology in Education : An investigation into the impact of screen design on computer-based assessments

    • Haigh M
  • Why Use CBA in Education? A literature review

    • Haigh M

Professional experience

Research Officer

Cambridge Assessment

January 2009 - Present

Project Manager

Cambridge Assessment

January 2006 - January 2009(3 years)

Assistant Research Officer

Cambridge Assessment

January 2004 - January 2006(2 years)

Teacher of Mathematics

Davenant Foundation School

September 2001 - December 2003(2 years)

Teacher of Mathematics

Chalvedon School

July 2000 - August 2001(a year)

Education history

Master of Education

Cambridge University

September 2009 - August 2011(2 years)

Post-Graduate Certificate in Education

The University of Birmingham

September 1999 - July 2000(10 months)

Master of Mathematics

University of Durham

September 1995 - July 1999(4 years)