Poster Session

  • There is a poster award of €500, sponsored by Cito.
  • Each attendee can nominate up to three posters for the award.
  • Voting will be done through the conference app, which will allow each attendee one voting opportunity. Voting will start at the end of the session at 12:45
  • The Professional Development Committee will count the votes after voting is closed.
  • The poster with the highest number of nominations will be announced as the poster award winner during the closing session of the conference.
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List of Posters

#1. Evaluating the Impact of Self-Assessment as an Assessment for Sustainable Development Strategy in Higher Education

Eleni Meletiadou


#2. A learner centred approach to digital assessment item type design and development 

Sanjay Mistry, Sanjay Mistry


#3. The decision-making processes of examiners of performance assessments

Conor Scully


#4. Understanding the demands that digital tests make on teachers’ assessment literacy

Guri A. Nortvedt, Karianne Berg Bratting, Henrik Hung Haram, Oksana Kovpanets, Andreas Pettersen


#5. “Assessing students’ non-cognitive skills: Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools approach”

Assel Rakhimbekova, Zamira Rakhymbayeva


#6. A Digital Number–Line Estimation Task: Scoring and Implications

Henrik Hung Haram, Karianne Berg Bratting, Oksana Kovpanets, Guri A. Nortvedt, Andreas Pettersen


#7. Language assessment practices in the COVID-19 era in Greece

Dina Tsagari, Trisevgeni Liontou, Christina Giannikas


#8. Annotation consistency, measured: A methodological poster

Frank Morley


#9 Comparative judgment as a formative assessment activity in legal education Eva

Hartell, Kjetil Egelandsdal


#10. Validation of large-scale high-stakes tests for college admissions decisions

Pok Jing (Jane) Ho


#11. Irish primary school teachers’ mindset and approaches to classroom assessment

Joanne Malone


#12. Developing and validating a model of whole-class violin teaching in primary schools.

Mairéad Déiseach


#13. Assessment policy in education for England and Scotland 1998-2018.

Michael Taylor


#14. Implementing a national assessment system in Angola

Margarida Borges, Aldina Lobo, Ana Monteiro, Manuel Gomes, Jorge Veloso


#15. Language Assessment against the backdrop of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Karin Vogt, Dina Tsagari


#16. Assessment as a pedagogical tool: Wellbeing in the wake of the pandemic

Irenka Suto, Catherine McKenna, Hannah North, Chris Jellis


#17. Contextual and psychological correlates of national exams during COVID-19 pandemic

Natalija Curkovic, Lorelaj Lukačin

#18. A Policy Document Analysis of Post-Soviet Assessment Policy in Kazakhstan

Raigul Kakabayeva


#19. An instrumental approach on students’ work with digital items in mathematics

Mattias Winnberg


#20. Modeling Extreme Response Styles using IRTrees in attitudinal scales from TIMSS 2019

Andrés Christiansen, Rianne Janssen


#21. Change in country rankings in PISA after filtering out examinees who engage in rapid guessing

Michalis Michaelides, Militsa Ivanova


#22. Perceived difficulties in mathematics in relation to test performance

Anette Engström


#23. Does the level of in-person school attendance during the COVID-19 pandemic explain differences in grade 6 math performance in Flanders? Evidence from a national assessment and administrative data.

Sascha Spikic, Mieke Goos, Rianne Janssen


#24. Are 21st century skills teachable and assessable?

Sheradan Miller, Yaw Bimpeh


#25. Supporting learning with remote formative assessment

David West


#26. Are they still learning? – what happened when the classroom became a screen

Paula Simoes, Jorge Cachucho


#27. A Study on the Identifiability of the Logistic Positive Exponent Model

Jorge Gonzalez