Helga Engs hus
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This paper presents an empirical study of culturally responsive assessments in schools based on survey data from four participating countries. Using quantitative comparative analysis, the authors obtained some evidence for the implementation of culturally responsive assessments in these countries. Nevertheless, school principals also identified the strong need for professional training and development in this area
Together with colleagues, Julius Björnsson edited a special issue for the journal Acta Didactica Norge, and many LEA members contributed to it. This issue concerns the topic of "Nasjonale prøver og eksamener i norsk og svensk grunnopplæring" and brings together eighteen contributions.
The lecture will focus on the recent meta-analyses of teachers' technology integration in classrooms and the cognitive benefits of learning how to program a computer. Besides, it will illustrate how substantive research in the area of technology-based education and methodological advances of meta-analysis can go hand-in-hand.
The Association for Educational Assessment-Europe hosts an annual conference on current topics surrounding educational assessment. This year's topic reads: "Building Bridges to Future Educational Assessment".
A brand new special issue of the well renowned journal ZDM is out, and it is called "Assessment in mathematics education: issues regarding methodology, policy and equity".