Using Assessment for Learning in digital environments
Join us for an informative and engaging roundtable event where we explore the practical applications of Assessment for Learning (AfL) in digital educational environments.
Hosted by the STEM Education Hub, this event features experts from both Brazil and the UK, providing valuable insights into how AfL can enhance STEM education.
Our distinguished speakers include Christine Harrison, Professor of Science Education at King’s College London, known for her extensive experience in assessment, pedagogy, and inquiry-based teaching.
The event will be moderated by Arthur Galamba, Senior Lecturer in Science Education at King’s College London and Coordinator of the STEM Education Hub.
Don’t miss this opportunity to gain fresh perspectives on integrating AfL strategies into digital learning environments. Whether you are an educator, researcher, or simply interested in improving teaching practices, this roundtable promises to provide valuable insights.
Join us on Wednesday 24 October at 1pm (BRT) / 5pm (BST) on Zoom.
Translation to Portuguese, closed captions, and event recording will be available for accessibility and convenience.
Dr Christine Harrison
Professor of Science Education at King’s College London
Prof Chris Harrison is a renowned expert in science education, known for bridging research and practice. With extensive experience in teaching and research, she focuses on assessment, pedagogy, and inquiry-based teaching. As a Professor of Science Education, she guides STEM teachers and supervises PhD students in classroom-based research.
Dr Arthur Galamba
Senior Lecturer in Science Education at King’s College London
Dr Galamba is director of PGCE Science, PGCE Physics and PGCE Physics with Maths, and the STEM Education Hub Coordinator.
Dr Lilian Bacich
Director of Tríade Educacional
Dr Bacich has a PhD in School and Human Development Psychology (USP) and experience in education for over 28 years. She has led the Hybrid Teaching Experiments Group and reviewed translations of education books. She is an editor of books on learning theories, hybrid teaching, and innovative education.