NEQMAP Workshop: Assessment for Learning in Asia-Pacific

SEAMEO QITEP in Science in collaboration with UNESCO Bangkok, as Secretariat of Network on Education Quality Monitoring in the Asia-Pacific (NEQMAP), and Australia Council for Educational Research (ACER) conducted a workshop titled “NEQMAP Capacity Development Workshop: School-Based, Classroom, Teacher and Formative Assessment; Assessment for Learning.”  The workshop was held at Grandia Hotel Bandung, West Java, Indonesia from 24 to 27 June 2019. This four-day workshop was attended by 40 participants from Asia Pacific countries that consists of policy makers, ministry and school administrators, teachers of teachers and researchers.

The resource person for this workshop are Doug Mc Curry and Stewart Monckton, Research Fellows from ACER. They shared conceptualizing assessment for learning, curriculum and assessment, classroom assessment and feedback, and development assessment and reporting policies which divided into 16 sessions.

Throughout the workshop, participants are expected to develop/consolidate their knowledge on  Concepts related to school-based, classroom and formative assessments, Procedures/practices for these assessments, as well as curriculum and pedagogy, and Policy implications for curriculum, pedagogy and assessments.

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