“Assessment reform journeys: intentions, enactment and evaluation”

01-04 November, 2023,



AEA-Europe 2023 is the 24th Annual Meeting of the Association for Educational Assessment – Europe. AEA-Europe is the foremost association for all assessment professionals throughout Europe.

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Important Dates

Main conference: November 02-04, 2023

Pre-conference workshops: November 01, 2023

Submission deadline for pre-conference workshops:  April 06, 2023 

Submission deadline (other than workshops):              April 21, 2023 

Acceptance notification: June 30, 2023

Deadline for registration by presenters: August 31, 2023

Early registration deadline: September 10, 2023

Online registration closes: October 6, 2023 

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“Assessment reform journeys: intentions, enactment and evaluation”

Assessment reforms are usually instigated by the changing educational needs of society and a desire to address these needs. As such, assessment reforms are often promoted and rationalised through the use of educational discourse linked to, for instance, the creation of more equitable learning environments for students; recognition and application of teacher assessment expertise; the development of fairer assessment tools and systems; finding a balance between trust and accountability in assessment; and keeping assessment practices apace with theoretical and technological advancements. But there are times when an assessment reform is a reaction to an external factor or a fait accompli, as was the case with the Covid19 pandemic in the last few years. The theme chosen for the AEA-Europe 2022 annual conference, in Dublin, was in fact New Visions for Assessment in Uncertain Times. And discussions focused on the way in which education planners, test developers, teachers and others responded to the different needs created by the pandemic to develop new assessment practices. These included efforts to reform assessment practices through, for instance, the adoption of digital teaching and resources, greater focus on teacher assessment, adaptive assessment, and remote proctoring in high stakes examinations. A recurring narrative in these new visions for assessment was the problematisation of the journeys from the formulation of the intentions of assessment reforms to their eventual enactment. Read More

At the AEA-Europe annual conference to be held in Malta in 2023, we would therefore like to offer delegates the opportunity to reflect on the notion of assessment reforms as journeys delineated by intentions and enactment from different perspectives by key stakeholders…


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