Upcoming TRANSVAL-EU Conference
April 18-19 2023, Paris
Digital formative assessment to empower students in their learning
Register now for final webinars on
6, 8 and 10 February 2023
Assess@Learning, coordinated by European Schoolnet, is an Erasmus+ policy experimentation project which aims to support the systemic uptake of Digital Formative Assessment (DFA) practices in schools.
Digital Formative Assessment is an innovative concept that improves student learning by providing an overview of learning paths, challenges and processes. How can policymakers support the effective use of data in teacher training? How can policymakers support school innovation?
Education research indicates that digital formative assessment is beneficial for students’ learning and improves knowledge retention. How can policymakers encourage teachers to give it a try?
Education stakeholders and students discussed learning and assessment in schools. Join the A@L webinar by Prof. @jeaniebelfast and Kay Livingston @UofGEducation @UofGlasgowon 08/02 to learn more!
Where? Online. Register here.
“Expert Network on Recognition of outcomes of learning periods abroad in general secondary school”: Final outputs available!
These project outcomes are the result of the precious contribution of an ad-hoc network, led by EFIL with CESIE and EIESP, consisting of 25 expert stakeholders from 15 EU countries.
The PeerAct final online conference successfully took place on 10 January 2023 with around 40 participants across Europe. The main results of the final evaluation report were presented. The report is available here. EIESP was a project partner in this now concluded Erasmus+ project.
The online conference to study the project findings was held on 18 January. Please click here to view the conference video.
A new 'good practice' video is available on the Boa Agua School as part of the School Education Gateway.
An online conference took place from 16-20 November in partnership with France Education International, on international comparisons by Cnesco on continuing training and professional development of educational staff. The EIESP collaborated alongside the CNAM in the conference organising committee.
Une conférence virtuelle a eu lieu du 16 au 20 novembre sur des comparaisons internationales du Cnesco sur la formation continue et le développement professionnel des personnels d'éducation. L'IEEPS a collaboré avec la CNAM dans le comité d'organisation de la conférence.
European Toolkit for Schools Webinars
A series of webinars were held until 20 November, on tackling early school leaving and promoting inclusion and family participation.
Additional webinars are on involving families & communities in meaningful interactions and support students’ learning & social development, and collaboration & co-construction of successful learning situations for all children. #EdGateway
Act 2GETHERLAND Partnership
Please click here to learn more about the 2GETHERLAND forum - an upcoming virtual gathering, created with and for children and adults to explore how different generations can work together to create fair and sustainable environments!
Expert Network on Recognition of outcomes of learning periods abroad in general secondary education for a European Education Area
EIESP Activity Report
Please click here to download the Activity Report 2018-2019.
European Toolkit for Schools
EIESP provides ongoing support to the European Commission’s European Toolkit for Schools. TheToolkit, which is available through the School Education Gateway, offers concrete ideas for improving collaboration within, between and beyond schools with a view to enabling all children and young people to succeed in school. The Toolkit recently developed short films with examples of whole-school approaches to preventing early school leaving. They are subtitled in all European languages.
The project is funded by the European Commission.
Jean Gordon (1950-2018)
The EIESP fondly remembers Jean Gordon, Director of the EIESP from 2003 to 2013, and Joint Editor of European Journal of Education (EJE) and member of the EJE board (2004-2015). Jean passed away on 30 October 2018. On the anniversary of her passing, she is remembered by her colleagues at the EIESP and the European Journal of Education for her determined optimism, insightfulness, openness to new ideas, ability to negotiate values and forge compromises, and above all, her social and moral commitment and integrity. In addition to numerous editorials, Jean published a number of articles EJE which we present here, free to access through to October 2020.