Hot or not? Adaptive Comparative Judgement for STEM teaching, learning and research
You are warmly invited to a CASTEL lunchtime research seminar. In this session you will hear about a research and assessment methodology, Adaptive Comparative Judgment, and its applications in STEM education. Our visiting guest speaker Dr Eva Hartell will present, our invited discussant Patrick Barnby will give his reflection and the floor will be open to audience discussion. Please come along and be part of the conversation.
When: November 9th 13:00
Where: Room F205 St Patrick’s campus
How: In person or online via zoom
Speaker Dr Eva Hartell
Dr Eva Hartell is head of research in Haninge municipality and researcher at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden. Eva has worked in a number of national and international practitioner-based research and development projects such as ATS STEM and K-ULF, working closely with teachers and schools with the purpose of bridging teaching and learning in STEM education. She is a passionate STEM education advocate and ambassador. She has published and presented widely on a variety of research topics including assessment, Adaptive Comparative Judgment and teacher development in STEM, mathematics and technology education.
Discussant: Patrick Barnby
Patrick Barmby is the Chief Operating Officer for No More Marking, a company that specialises in comparative judgement assessments for schools. His research interests include using comparative judgement for the assessment of primary pupils’ mathematical problem solving skills.