Assessment and quality assurance in schools

Assessment and quality assurance in schools

The initial idea for this special issue was developed as a result of the meetings of the Educational Improvement and Quality Assurance network, of EERA/ ECER (European Educational Research Association / European Conference on Educational Research) which took place during the annual conferences in Dublin (2016) and in Copenhagen (2017). The main aims of the network are to stimulate scientific research and academic discourse on the definition, structure, implementation, assessment and impact of educational improvement and quality. Studies related to this network may refer mainly to schools but also to other formal or non-formal educational institutions, to supra-national or international organizations, and to informal initiatives that promote or affect education.

Assessing teachers' use of language and their teaching quality,Leading an excellent preschool: What is the role of self-efficacy?,Measuring impact of organizational culture on creativity in higher education,Professionals' attitudes toward children's participation: implementing educational reforms,School principals' perceptions and requirements of school evaluators,Special Issue: Assessment and quality assurance in schools ,Summative evaluation of online language learning course efficiency for students studying tourism and hospitality management,Teacher evaluation following reform: the Israeli perspective,The relevance of teacher factors in understanding tertiary students’ performances,The video cover letter: embedded assessment of oral communication skills

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