Workshop: Alignment between Curriculum, Teaching and Assessment
The Network on Education Quality Monitoring in the Asia-Pacific (NEQMAP) Secretariat at UNESCO Bangkok, in collaboration with the Korea Institute for Curriculum and Evaluation (KICE), organized its third capacity development workshop on 18-20 May 2015 in Seoul, Republic of Korea. The workshop was also supported by the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) and the Malaysian Fund-in-Trust (MFIT).
Drawing from KICE’s expertise of curriculum and evaluation and conjoining with NEQMAP’s activities, this workshop focused on an overview of alignment issues between curriculum, teaching and assessment, covering parameters of what, why and how. The main target audience were government officials who are deeply involved in or familiar with development of national curriculum and/or assessment in their respective countries.
Date: 18 - 20 May 2015
Venue: Incheon/Seoul, Republic of Korea
Day 1: Seminar on Alignment between Curriculum, Teaching and Assessment: What and Why?
Prof. Edmond Hau Fai Law (Hong Kong Institute of Education): Alignment between Curriculum, Teaching and Assessment
Day 2: Alignment between Curriculum, Teaching and Assessment: How?
ALIGNMENT BETWEEN CURRICULUM AND TEACHING
Prof. Masami Isoda (University of Tsukuba): How can we bridge between curriculum and teaching?
ALIGNMENT BETWEEN CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT
Dr. Keunho Lee (KICE): Transforming curriculum & assessment: competencies-based approach in Korea
Dr. Jung Duk Ohn (Gyeongin National University of Education): Designing curriculum for "understanding" with the case of 2015 revised national curriculum in Korea
Dr. Kyongah Sang (KICE): Assessment for monitoring and improving the quality assurance of education
Dr. EunYoung Lim (KICE): Developing items and assembling a test based on curriculum standards
Day 3: Alignment between Curriculum, Teaching and Assessment: How?
ALIGNMENT BETWEEN TEACHING AND ASSESSMENT
Dr. Christine Tom (Griffith University): Alignment between Pedagogy and Assessment
Dr. Christine Tom (Griffith University): School based assessment for and in learning
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