Members of the International Bureau of Education recently participated in the 3rd International Workshop on Curriculum Innovation and Reform: Changing Assessment to Improve Learning Outcomes, organised by the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop). The International Workshop drew on lessons from current work conducted by Cedefop and other research and international organisations on the implications of approaches to the design and implementation of curriculum and assessment policies and practices.
I have attached links to some of the event presentations which I found particularly interesting.
- Improving teaching, learning and assessment – evidence from Finland
- Ensuring links between curriculum and assessment policies – evidence from Germany
- Broadening competencies whilst enabling consistent outcomes in Australia