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EPALE

Plateforme électronique pour l'éducation et la formation des adultes en Europe

 
 

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Posté par Ufuoma Ederewhevbe Il y a 2 mois 2 semaines

Mercredi 13 Novembre 2019 - Samedi 16 Novembre 2019
Lisbon
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About AEA-Europe 2019

The conference focusses on the manner in which professionals in educational assessment are adapting their work to the changing role of assessment in society. There are significant differences between the extent and level of assessment experience found in institutes responsible for educational measurement as well as between the professionals working within these institutes.
These differences can be found in roles, in tradition, in type of tests or exams and in mode of delivery.  Some institutes  already have a long-standing tradition in the development of assessments, others have yet to start. Some are examining bodies, responsible for exam construction and administration, while others produce summative standardized tests for the teaching community. Some institutes  create formative assessments, others  carry out research in support of educational measurement. Some institutes have a long history of test development and started to digitalize their paper-based chains in order to improve efficiency, while others set out from scratch in the digital world.

One thing they all do have in common: they all have the ambition to serve education with assessment instruments fit for purpose and of high quality in an ever changing environment whilst at the same time anticipating future demands that will be put upon assessment

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Type d'évènement: 
Conférence
Frais de participation: 
Oui
Date limite d'inscription: 
01/05/2019
Évènement en ligne: 
Non
Organisé par: 
Local Organizing Committee Manuel Gomes (IAVE – Lead Person) Margarida Borges (IAVE) Amália Costa (IAVE) Ana Monteiro (IAVE) Filipa Dinis (IAVE) Natália Nunes (IAVE)
Type d'organisateur: 
Autre événement
Coordonnées : 
Coordinators Easy Conferences info@easyconferences.eu Phone: +357 22591900
Groupe cible: 
Professeurs, étudiants, chercheurs dans le domaine de l’andragogie
Réseaux et organisations de formation des adultes
Décideurs
Thème couvert:
Objectifs visés: 
Subthemes The 20th Annual AEA-Europe conference welcomes presentations from delegates on these and related issues and debates. Possible topics that delegates might also wish to consider, within the Conference theme, include (please note that the groupings and list are not definitive – all contextual explorations of the conference theme are welcome): Assessment and policy contexts •The transferability and utility of qualifications across different jurisdictions •Tensions between teacher assessment and external examinations •The politics of external and school-based assessment •The social responsibility of test developers and policy agents •The relationships between educational assessment and changing systems of governance •The impact of legislation on educational assessment •The global reach of assessment in international policy decisions •Cross-country comparisons of educational reform and associated assessment approaches •The impact of the implementation of technology in assessment at the national/system level Assessment and theoretical contexts •Technological and psychometric innovations in assessment •New assessment formats and/or platforms •Developments in theory and practice of formative assessment •Links between theories of learning and assessment •Evidence-based policy making in assessment •Critical approaches in educational assessment •Validity issues in educational assessment generally and in e-assessment specifically •Fairness and equality in educational assessment •Assessment for citizenship and global understandings •Social and political underpinnings of vocational assessment Assessment and institutional contexts •Trust in teacher assessment •Teachers’ use of technology in assessment •Teachers and/or students as stakeholders in the development of new assessment systems •School-based assessment data and its use in monitoring and supporting learning •Tensions between assessment for learning and accountability •Assessment of creativity, creative subjects and the arts Your submission should clearly and explicitly relate to the conference theme.
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