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Seminar Assessment and Didactics. State of Play and Perspectives | 7 March 2024

   

The Seminar Assessment and Didactics. State of Play and Perspectives, will be held on March 7, 2024 (Thursday) in hybrid mode. The event is organised by OP.Edu – the Observatory for Education and Training Policies in collaboration with the Autonomous Section for General Education and Training of NOVA University of Lisbon – School of Social Sciences and Humanities, in partnership with the António Sérgio Training Centre.

Taking as its starting point the recent publication by Peter Lang of Évaluation et didactique : un dialogue critique by Daniel Bart, this seminar aims to open up a space for analysis and debate on issues related to the epistemological status of an assessment discipline, its more scientific, more practical or more political character, and its relationship with didactics.

Experiences – both in France and Portugal – of interdisciplinary intersection will be presented, and the didactic challenges of assessing competences will be analysed. On the other hand, considering that didactics  and assessment of students’ knowledge are not always considered in harmony, with direct implications for the relationship between the two, some of these relationships will be problematised, including socially shared perspectives, how teachers take ownership of the relationship, and the different visions that assessment can take in relation to didactics.

 

PROGRAMME

PANEL 1 – 3.00 p.m. to 5.15 p.m (Lisbon time)

Assessment and Didactics: A Critical Dialogue

  • Luís Manuel A. V. Bernardo | NOVA University of Lisbon – School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Autonomous Section for General Education and Training
  • Daniel Bart | University of Lille, CIREL – Centre interuniversitaire de recherche en éducation de Lille
  • Teresa Teixeira Lopo | Lusófona University, OP.Edu – Observatory for Education and Training Policies
Portugal and France: Dialogues, Intersections and Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning Experiences
  • Christina Dechamps | NOVA University of Lisbon – School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Department of Languages, Cultures and Modern Literatures
  • Catherine Mendonça Dias | University Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3, Department of Didactics of French as a Foreign Language
  • Luca Agostino | French Ministry of National Education and Youth, Pedagogical Inspector for Mathematics
  • Pascal Sanchez | French Embassy in Portugal, Attaché for Linguistic and Educational Cooperation

PANEL 2 – 5.30 p.m to 7.00 p.m. (Lisbon time)

Didactic Challenges in Assessing Knowledge and Skills

  • António Domingos | Department of Applied Social Sciences, NOVA School of Science and Technology
  • Helena Rocha | Department of Mathematics, NOVA School of Science and Technology
  • Alexandra Rodrigues | Department of Mathematics, NOVA School of Science and Technology

In partnership with the António Sérgio Training Centre (CFEAS ), this event is certified  for participants from Portugal as an ACD in accordance with Order 5741/2015 of 29 May, for the purposes of career development in teaching – early childhood educators, primary and secondary school teachers and special education teachers. The event is free for teachers, but registration is compulsory via this link:  https://www.cfantoniosergio.edu.pt/centro/index.php/ If you have never attended a CFEAS training before, start by registering.

Link to access the Seminar here  Meeting ID: 954 3647 9698   Password: 640040

For queries about the seminar and access to the Zoom platform contact: geral@opedu.pt

   

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PISA 2022. Discourses, the truth of the numbers and post-pandemic changes in education | 11 January 2024 | Online

The Seminar PISA 2022. Discourses, the truth of numbers and post-pandemic changes in education will be held online on 11 January 2024 (Thursday). The event is organised by OP.Edu – the Observatory for Education and Training Policies in collaboration with the Autonomous Section for General Education and Training of NOVA University of Lisbon – School of Social Sciences and Humanities.

 

PROGRAMME

One month after the OECD – Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development – published the results of the latest edition of PISA – Programme for International Student Assessment, the seminar aims to open a space for exchange and informed debate on the regulation of education policies through the so-called International Large-Scale Assessments (ILSAs), of which PISA is the most iconic representative.

Main topics to be discussed: PISA 2022 results and the post-pandemic changes in education; the relationship between Portugal’s participation in PISA and the improvement of its equity levels; the PISA discourses  and the conceptual and methodological limitations that the Programme has placed on education research.

PANEL 1 – 3.00 p.m. to 4.45 p.m.

Helena Hinke Dobrochinski Candido – Faculty of Education Sciences, University of Helsinki, Helsinki Inequality Initiative | The political implications of PISA from the perspective of comparative education

 

Gil Nata and Tiago Neves – CIIE – Centre for Research and Intervention in Education, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Porto | Equity and its relationship with PISA

 

Daniel Bart – University of Lille, CIREL – Centre Interuniversitaire de Recherche en Education de Lille | Le discours du PISA : quelques limites pour la recherche en éducation/The PISA discourse: some limits for education research

 

PANEL 2 –  5.00 p.m. to 7.00 p.m

Teresa Teixeira Lopo – Lusófona University,  OP.Edu – Observatory for Education and Training Policies | PISA 2022 numbers and post-pandemic changes in basic education: first results of a national survey with teachers and school leaders

 

António Teodoro – Lusófona University, CeiED – Interdisciplinary Research Centre for Education and Development | The theoretical sources of the OECD approach. Limitations and the importance of a humanist alternative

 

Luís Manuel A. V.  Bernardo – NOVA University of Lisbon – School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Autonomous Section for General Education and Training | Prescribing to quantify: PISA and the eight competences for the 21st century

 

Moderator: Raquel Pereira Henriques – NOVA University of Lisbon – School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Autonomous Section for General Education and Training

 

In partnership with the António Sérgio Training Centre, the Seminar is certified for participants from Portugal as a Short Duration Training Action (ACD, under Order 5741/2015 of 29 May), for the purposes of career progression of early childhood educators, primary and secondary school teachers and special education teachers. Those interested in obtaining this certification will need to register on this link: https://www.cfantoniosergio.edu.pt/centro/index.php/

 

Link to access the Seminar online  here  Meeting ID: 919 1544 6157 Password: 770227

For queries contact: geral@opedu.pt

     

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Colloquium School as a multifaceted space: acknowledging and including diversity | January 23, 2023 – ONLINE – 6:00 PM

 

The third colloquium of the Cycle April 25 50 Years: Looking into the Past, Thinking about the Future, will take place on January 23 at 6:00 PM (Portugal time), under the theme School as a multifaceted space: acknowledging and including diversity.

Inclusion is a broad and complex principle and, as such, it should be a subject for reflection and guidance for education policies and practices. Assuming this premise, the Observatory for Education and Training Policies (OP.Edu) invites researchers Alice Ribeiro (Head of the Inclusion Support Centre, University of Porto, Portugal), Cássia Sofiato (Department of Philosophy of Education and Education Sciences, Faculty of Education, University of São Paulo, Brazil) and researcher Joaquim Melro (Director of António Sérgio Training Centre and researcher at the University of Lisbon, Portugal), who will reflect and discuss in this online Colloquium open to the public, the epistemological, educational and cultural complexity that has shaped the principles and practices of inclusive education.

The Colloquium will also include the participation of Teresa Teixeira Lopo (OP.Edu-CeiED) in the Opening and Isabel Sanches (CeiED, ESEL-IPLUSO), who will be responsible for the Moderation of the debate.

The event, organized by OP.Edu with the collaboration of the School of Education of IPLUSO, will be held and broadcast online. Link: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/98469945254

In partnership with the António Sérgio Training Centre, the Colloquium is certified for participants from Portugal as a Short Duration Training Action (ACD, under Order 5741/2015 of 29 May), for the purposes of career progression of early childhood educators, primary and secondary school teachers and special education teachers.

Those interested in obtaining this certification will need to register on this link: https://www.cfantoniosergio.edu.pt/

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