Educational Assessment & Evaluation in Digital Society

Francisco José García Peñalvo and María José Rodríguez Conde of the University of Salamanca presented an overview of the research of the GRIAL group on multiculturality and educational innovation at the 5th edition of the international TEEM conference Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality, organized by the GRIAL group this year in collaboration with the University of Cádiz Read more about Educational Assessment & Evaluation in Digital Society[…]

The “Schools’ intercultural profile” survey: some highlights

The analysis of the results of the survey carried out in the pilot schools identified five topics to be addressed through the implementation of peer mentoring activities, which will be developed during the school year 2017-18. 9 school managers, 27 teachers, 51 parents and 113 students participated in the study providing their personal perspectives on Read more about The “Schools’ intercultural profile” survey: some highlights[…]

E-EVALINTO features in MMN’s Booklet of Case Studies

The E-EVALINTO project was included to the Booklet of case studies, testimonials and collaborative programs that was created within the framework of the Mediterranean Migration Network (MMN) project. In detail, CARDET is the coordinator of the Mediterranean Migration Network (www.migrationnetwork.org), an initiative that aims to establish a multilateral network with countries in the Mediterranean region. Read more about E-EVALINTO features in MMN’s Booklet of Case Studies[…]

Identify the intercultural profile of your school

My school’s “intercultural profile” is a survey developed by the E-EVALINTO team with the objective to provide the schools interested in dealing with the challenge of the integration of pupils with migrant background, with a tool for the evaluation of the school context as regard to the management of intercultural issues (identification of needs and individuals Read more about Identify the intercultural profile of your school[…]

Workshop “Evaluation Tools: training on the E-EVALINTO online environment”

Are teachers able to manage the assessment of a learning activity properly? How to design an evaluation tool where the role of assessor can be undertaken by both teachers, mentors and students, through self-assessment or peer assessment? Gregorio Rodríguez Gómez, Professor of Educational Research Methods at the Didactic Department of the University of Cádiz (Spain), Read more about Workshop “Evaluation Tools: training on the E-EVALINTO online environment”[…]