Prof. Chris Harrison
Chris Harrison is Professor in Science Education at King’s College London. She works closely with teachers promoting professional learning as a teacher educator and researcher. She has a keen interest in the way teachers conceptualise and enact assessment in the classroom and how they adapt practice, particularly when curriculum or pedagogic changes are introduced. Her research work began over 20 years ago, implementing a project in response to the seminal review on formative assessment by Black & Wiliam 1998. This keynote will focus both on refinement and adaptation of methodology to suit contexts and keep pace with a developing field. It will also focus on the messages learned when researchers and teachers bridge the divide between theory and practice.She has recently written a book with Margaret Heritage on these ideas entitled The Power of Assessment for Learning.
Assessment for Learning: what have we learned from 20 years of research and practice
Prof. C.J. Howe
Faculty of Education – University of Cambridge
Christine has acted as editor of the journals Social Development, Cambridge Journal of Education and Psychology Learning and Teaching, and she has been a member of the Editorial Boards of British Journal of Educational Psychology, Computers and Education, First Language, Human Development, and Learning and Instruction. In 2006, she was elected Chair of the British Psychological Society’s Developmental Section, followed by election to the Academy of the Social Sciences in 2008. Christine served on the ESRC’s Training and Development Board between 2004 and 2008. She has been a Nuffield Foundation Research Fellow, and a Visiting Scholar at St John’s College Oxford.
What really makes a difference to student learning?
- Prof. Adem Kilicman, Universiti Putra Malaysia | UPM, Malaysia
- Lect. Joseph Bawa Yaro, Nasarawa State University Keffi, Nasarawa State, Nigeria
- Assoc. Prof. Dr Anas Hidayat, Islamic University of Indonesia, Indonesia
- Dr. Muafi S.E., M.Si, Universitas Islam Indonesia, Indonesia
- Dr. Kiddinapillai Sanmuganathan, University of Jaffna, Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka
- Dr. Hinneh Kusi, University of Education, Winneba, Ghana
- Prof. Heba Mansour, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
- Assoc. Prof. Madona Mikeladze, Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University, Georgia
- Dr. Chew Fong Peng, University of Malaya, Malaysia
- Asst. Prof. Moaz Nagib Gharib, Dhofar University Oman, Oman
- Dr. Merle Talvik, Tallinn Health Care College, Estonia
- Dr. Pedro Ribeiro Mucharreira, Assistant Professor, Institute of Education, University of Lisbon, Portugal