Formative assessment: from theory to practice

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What is formative assessment? How can it be used in student evaluations? Join this webinar to discover how it can be used as a complementary method for assessment and evaluation.

Tuesday, 7 April, 17:00 CEST

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Ahead of the webinar you can complete this pre-webinar survey on formative assessment practices in your classroom and school. The results will be shared with the speakers and may be brought up during the webinar.

What is this webinar about?

During the webinar, the speakers will share their insights and expertise on how to embed formative assessment in classrooms. The webinar will give participants an overview of what formative assessment is, what it is not, and how it can complement other forms of student evaluation.

The webinar will also present practical examples from the TeachUP policy experimentation, showing how formative assessment can be used in practice.

Speaker panel

Dylan Wiliam

Dylan Wiliam is Emeritus Professor of Educational Assessment at University College London. In a varied career, he has taught in inner-city schools, directed a large-scale testing programme, served a number of roles in university administration, including Dean of a School of Education, and pursued a research programme focused on helping teachers to develop their use of assessment in support of learning.


Javier Ramos Sancha

Javier Ramos Sancha is a teacher in a primary and infant school at La Mennais - San Gregorio in Aguilar de Campoo, Spain. He teaches English and science for years 3, 4 and 5. He also works as a face-to-face and online teacher trainer. He is a firm defender of active methods in the class, for example project-based learning and formative assessment. His main aim is to improve education in order to offer the best he can to his students. He is a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert, Microsoft Innovative Educator Fellow, ClassDojo Ambassador, eTwinning Ambassador and Flipgrid Ambassador.


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