05 Aug ATS STEM at ResearchED Conference
Our project partners Eva Hartell (Researcher in Haninge & at KTH, ambassador for researchED Scandinavia) and Eamon Costello (Dublin City University, project manager for ATS STEM) had the opportunity and pleasure to present the project ATS STEM and it’s results at the researchED.
ResearchED returned to Scandinavia on December 4th 2021 bringing teachers, researchers and policymakers together in a virtual event. In a long line of speakers Eva and Eamon addressed the public with the following presentations:
Comparative judgement – [digital] facilitator for peer assessment, Eva Hartell
Comparative judgement has risen as an alternative assessment method for assessing competences and performances. This iterative process results in a collective professional consensus with high reliability and can be facilitated by digital tools providing promising results on how to facilitate increased affordances for teachers’ assessment practices for the sake of learning. This session (at the ResearchED, Hanige 2021) provides an overview of comparative judgement and how it can be applied in various settings, e.g. as a facilitator for peer assessment for both students and teachers.
STEM Teachers and real world learning: Lessons from ATS STEM, Eamon Costello
Assessment of Transversal Skills in STEM is an Erasmus+ project engaged with teachers and learners in schools across several European countries helping them develop transversal skills. The project seeks to help teachers in the formative digital assessment of STEM learners’ work as they develop real-world, authentic STEM skills. This presentation explores authentic skills
for the real world.
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