Are we ready to reimagine assessments? | 7th Educational Leadership Forum

Watch the replay of the discourse with leading experts and practitioners as the forum will seek diverse insights, reflections, experiences, and expertise on Educational Leadership in transforming education here on YouTube : https://youtu.be/S5tOyZFCfwg

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June 16, 2020

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Are we ready to reimagine assessments? | 7th Educational Leadership Forum

Watch the replay of the discourse with leading experts and practitioners as the forum will seek diverse insights, reflections, experiences, and expertise on Educational Leadership in transforming education here on YouTube : https://youtu.be/S5tOyZFCfwg

Event Date

June 16, 2020

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23:30
UTC
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UTC
Venue

Online

Airmeet

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Past

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The pandemic has impacted the design, delivery, and approaches in education and has set a "new reality." World over, educational institutions, leaders, and educators are responding and adapting to this new reality with astonishing creative energy, duty, and generosity in engaging learners in learning.

Prevailing school closures demand the development of alternative approaches and strategies to deliver the critical feedback function of learning assessments. There is no denying the need to evolve past the centuries-old model. Many believe this is an opportunity to realize a decade-long movement that's been demanding the modification of standardized testing in a way to include "whole person" assessment— that accounts for social and emotional skills, as well as socio-economic contexts.

It is in this context that we discuss, "Education in the times of Corona: Are we ready to reimagine assessments?" at the 7th OELF. The OELF panelists will also attempt to explore — the impact that inequality can have on the ability to assess students fairly, whether it is possible to change long-established patterns that many experts conclude is failing to benefit either students or schools? And, is it possible to incorporate a contextualized approach to assessment that accounts for the learner's socio-economic context, as well as the potential discrimination faced by an individual from a particular background?

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Dr. Ashok K Pandey
Director
Ahlcon Group of Schools
India
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Arijit Ghosh
Vice-President
Education Quality Foundation of India
India
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Mary Burns
Professional Development Specialist
Education Development Center
USA
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Andrew Miller
Director of Personalized Learning
Singapore American School
Singapore
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Peter Hall Jones
Chief Executive Officer
The Spiral Partnership
UK
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Aaryan Salman
President
Global Citizenship Foundation
India
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