InnoVal aims to address the need to offer valid and reliable assessment methods that allow all learners to have a chance at validation. This consultation aims to investigate the barriers and enablers to the use of alternative assessment methods by collecting the views of the stakeholders involved in validation.
You will only need 10 minutes to fill in the survey and less than one to forward to your colleagues.
Thank you very much in advance for your support!
The kick-off meeting of the InnoVal project (Innovative Assessment Methods for Validation) took place on 14-15 November in Paris. Representatives from the 6 partner organisations (LLLP, Dafni Kek, ANESPO, EIESP, UC Leuven, EUCEN) and from Bertelsmann Stiftung, gathered in Paris to discuss and foster a shared understanding about the aims, objectives and next steps of the project which will run for 2 years. The first stage of InnoVal will review the state of play regarding the use of non-traditional assessment methods across Europe, while focusing on the needs of specific target groups such as refugees and long-term unemployed. The research phase will lead to the collection of 60 case studies which will set the basis for the development and piloting of a Training Programme on the implementation of innovative assessment methods, organised around Open Educational Materials and targeted at validation practitioners.
contact @ inno-val.eu
Lifelong Learning Platform
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