Eva Hartell

PhD / researcher in Haninge municipality and KTH Royal Institute of Technology
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Session

Formative assessment and comparative judgement

Eva will provide practical examples on how to embed formative assessment in classroom practice and elaborate on her research with comparative judgement in STEM.

Bio

Dr Eva Hartell is an experienced STEM teacher and holds a PhD in the area of classroom assessment in STEM. She has extensive experience in school-based research, working directly with teachers, schools, and municipalities to conduct practice-based research and is currently working with research and development in Haninge municipality and at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden.

Twitter: @evahartell

Website: http://evahartell.blogspot.se

Archive

2017 National Conference

Elaborating on formative assessment and comparative judgement in STEM

Eva will summarise her research focusing classroom assessment. She will provide practical examples on how to embed formative assessment in and elaborate on her research with comparative judgement in STEM subjects.

Scandinavia 2017

Assidere Necesse Est- Necessities and complexities regarding teachers’ assessment practices

Eva will summarise her research focused on investigating STEM teachers’ assessment practices, and provide practical examples on how to embed formative assessment in teaching and learning STEM subjects.

Leads Network Day, Haninge 2017

Investigating teachers’ assessment practices

This session will provide some insights on how research leads and school leaders can provide affordance for teachers’ assessment practices in order to bridge teaching and learning through embedding formative assessment and comparative judgement.

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Amsterdam 2017

Assidere Necesse Est- Necessities and complexities regarding teachers’ assessment practices

Eva will summarize her research focused on investigating STEM teachers’ assessment practices, and provide practical examples on how to embed formative assessment in teaching and learning STEM subjects.

National Conference 2016

Comparative judgement in STEM- investigating teachers’ assessment practices
Eva will summarise experience from her research focused on investigating STEM teachers’ assessment practices using comparative judgements.

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