Panel Session LEN109
Testing Times for Feedback, Assessments and Examinations?
COVID-19 has been the impetus that forced many schools and universities to change traditional assessment and examination procedures. We will discuss the most helpful types of feedback, analytics and personalised learning pathways, as well as how to organise and supervise (online) exams and their functionality and requirements.
Just Kjærgård Pedersen
Just Kjærgård Pedersen is an Associate Professor with Cphbusiness, where he for the past 5 years he has lectured on project management, strategy, marketing and methodology.
Just holds a CEMS MiM degree as well as a M.Sc. in Economics and Business Administration from CBS. Just has over a decade of experience with consulting and business development in the energy sector, where he has managed a number of strategic projects for Ørsted and BP.
In 2019, Just was part of launching a Bachelor’s Degree in E-commerce Management, which is the newest program at Cphbusiness. The program seeks to combine technical knowledge of content management systems with commercial insights.
Just is currently finalizing a research project on digital purchasing behavior, where Just is looking into concepts such as influencer marketing and marketing automation.
Just is a passionate presenter and mentor. He lives in Copenhagen with his family and enjoys travelling and playing strategy games in his spare time.
CSC - Finnish IT Center for Science, Finland
Marjut Anderson (MSc., Eng) works at CSC - Finnish IT Center for Science where she works as a service manager supporting national and local solutions for organising educational and teaching cooperation across organisation boundaries.
University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Liisa Kallio (M.A. in modern languages and B.Sc. in information system science) works at the University of Jyväskylä digital services since 2013. She is a coordinator in a digipedagogical team which is responsible for supporting the use of ICT in teaching and learning. She is an alumna of University of Jyväskylä and before joining the digital services she worked as a coordinator of ICT enhanced teaching and learning in the University of Jyväskylä Language Centre for 18 years.
EdTech Ventures Limited, Ireland
Founder and General Manager of EdTech Ventures consultancy services and EdTech Anyltics who develop formative assessment and data solutions. Peter has worldwide experience in the design and development of digital education solutions working with highest level of government organisations, NGOs, and Industry partners. Peter has significant experience with large country-wide education strategy deployments.
University of Cambridge, UK
Pam Burnard is Professor of Arts, Creativities and Educations at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge.
She Chairs the University of Cambridge Arts and Creativities Research Group and is co-editor-in-chief of the international Journal Creativity and Thinking Skills.
She has published widely with 12 books and over 100 articles which advance and expand the conceptualization and plural expression of diverse creativities in practice across early years, primary and secondary school settings, through to creative and cultural industry sectors. Four of her most recent funded projects investigate STEAM Why science and arts creativities matter: Reconfigurings for future-making education; Contemporising Careers in Music; MUSICEUM (How music matters to young children in museum spaces); and Transformative Practices and Policy Change in Professional Doctoral Education: Disrupting Positionality.