First International Conference on Assessment and Learning held in IndonesiaMedia release 12 Oct 2022 2 minute read
Hundreds of Indonesian and international educators are meeting in Bali from today to discuss the importance of assessment in improving teaching and learning.
The first International Conference on Assessment and Learning is being hosted by the Australian Council for the Educational Research (ACER) Indonesia, the Indonesian Psychometric Association and the Indonesian Association of Educational Evaluation.
Andreas Schleicher, the Special Advisor on Education Policy to the Secretary-General at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is one of the keynote speakers at the conference.
Topics being discussed over the next three days include:
- measuring 21st century skills like collaboration and creativity
- designing, scoring, and reporting performance-based assessment
- assessment for a better quality of education: success stories and challenges.
Lani Ganda, Head of ACER Indonesia said, “It is a unique opportunity for Indonesia to learn about assessment, but also to demonstrate the learnings and achievements we are making here”.
More information about the conference, including how to order a copy of the conference papers, is available at www.ical-id.org