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International Conference on Assessment and Learning

Learning from evidence: Assessing progress and impact

presented by the Australian Council for Educational Research

in partnership with:

10-12 October 2024 | The Anvaya Bali, Indonesia

The International Conference on Assessment and Learning (ICAL) is a biannual conference that highlights the importance of high-quality assessment evidence for monitoring learning and informing teaching practice.

ICAL encourages education stakeholders to connect and engage, to discuss the effectiveness of the programs they have developed.

Call for abstracts

ICAL 2024 is a collaborative conference initiated by the Australian Council for Educational Research-Indonesia and supported by the Indonesian Educational Evaluation Association (HEPI), the Indonesian Psychometric Association (APSIMETRI), the Ministry of Religious Affairs (MoRA) of Indonesia, and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology (MoECRT) of Indonesia.

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Keynote speakers

Panel sessions

Implementation barriers of educational policies throughout Asia-Pacific countries

Pre-conference workshops - 10 October 2024

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ICAL 2024 registration is now open

ACER: transforming learning systems so everyone can succeed

Established in Australia more than 90 years ago as a team of independent researchers, the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) has grown into one of the world's leading educational research organisations. ACER is committed to leading system reformation by informing education-related policies and enhancing learning practices through innovative, holistic approaches. ACER also conducts an annual Research Conference to showcase the latest research in key areas of educational policy and practice.

Access the keynotes from ICAL 2022

  • Geoff Masters, CEO of ACER, presented the topic of ‘Transforming educational assessment’.
  • John Hattie, Emeritus Laureate Professor from the University of Melbourne talked about ‘The status of classroom assessment to support learning’.
  • Andreas Schleicher, Director for Education and Skills, and Special Advisor on Education Policy to the Secretary-General at the OECD spoke on ‘Leveraging PISA to build better education systems – Some lessons for South-East Asia’.

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Contact us

For all conference enquiries

Email us or call +62 21 2751 6999

Key dates

Abstract submission deadline

Wednesday 31 July 2024

Payment closes

Friday 20 September 2024