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Portraitfoto_Benjamin Roger Benjamin

Institution:
Council for Aid to Education (CAE), USA

Position:
President of CAE

Expertise:
Higher Education policyand practice; Comparative methodology; Development and application of performance assessment.

Title:

The Principles and Logic of Competency Tests for Formative and Summative Assessment in Higher Education


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Portraitfoto_Hambleton Ronald K. Hambleton

Institution:
University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA, School of Education

Position:
Professor

Expertise:
Large scale assessment; test score reporting; computer-based testing

Title:

New Developments in Modeling (Working Title)


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Portraitfoto_Pfadenhauer btn_blau_rechts Michaela Pfadenhauer

Institution:
Karlsruher Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany,
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
House of Competence (HoC)

Position:
Professor

Expertise:
Sociology of knowledge; Competence as a quality of social action; Informal learning

Title:

Competence — more than a buzz phrase and an emotive word? Towards an internal perspective on situational problem-solving capacity

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Portraitfoto_Shavelson btn_blau_rechts Richard Shavelson

Institution:
Stanford University & SK Partners, USA

Position:
Professor (Emeritus)

Expertise:
Measurement of human performance, cognition and competence

Title:

An Approach to Testing and Modeling Competency

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Portraitfoto_Tremblay Karine Tremblay

Institution:
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), France

Position:
Senior Survey Manager, Assessment of Higher Education Learning Outcomes (AHELO)

Expertise:
Higher education policy in the areas of internationalisation, quality assurance and the political economy of reform; 
Statistics in the areas of student mobility and assessment of learning outcomes in higher education.

Title:

OECD Assessment for Higher Education Learning Outcomes (AHELO): Rationale, Challenges and Initial Insights from the Feasibility Study

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Portraitfoto_Van_Essen Thomas Van Essen


Institution:
Educational Testing Service (ETS), USA

Position: Executive Director, Center for External Research

Expertise:
Higher education policy in the areas of internationalisation, quality assurance and the political economy of reform; 
Statistics in the areas of student mobility and assessment of learning outcomes in higher education.

Title:

OECD Assessment for Higher Education Learning Outcomes (AHELO): Rationale, Challenges and Initial Insights from the Feasibility Study

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Portraitfoto_Vidal btn_blau_rechts Rafael Vidal Uribe

Institution:
National Assessment Center for Higher Education (Ceneval), Mexico

Position:
Director

Expertise:
Director of Ceneval since 2006;
Deputy Director of the National Institute of Educational Assessment (INEE), Director of International Projects (INEE); National Project Manager for the OCED PISA (Project for Mexico)

Title: 

The Measurement of Learning Outcomes in Higher Education. The Case of Ceneval in Mexico

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Portraitfoto_Bloemeke_sw Sigrid Blömeke

Institution:
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), France

Position:
Senior Survey Manager, Assessment of Higher Education Learning Outcomes (AHELO)

Expertise:
Higher education policy in the areas of internationalisation, quality assurance and the political economy of reform;
Statistics in the areas of student mobility and assessment of learning outcomes in higher education.

Title:

OECD Assessment for Higher Education Learning Outcomes (AHELO): Rationale, Challenges and Initial Insights from the Feasibility Study

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Portraitfoto_Leutner btn_blau_rechts Detlev Leutner

Institution:
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany,
Faculty of Educational Sciences,
Department of Instructional Psychology

Position:
Professor

Expertise:
Research methods and assessment; Research on learning and instruction, including self-regulated learning, learning with multimedia, computer-/simulation-based training, evaluation of vocational training programmes

Title:

Priority Program 'Competence Models for Assessing Individual Learning Outcomes and Evaluating Educational Processes' funded by the German Research Foundation

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Portraitfoto_Schaeper Hildegard Schaeper

Institution:
Hochschul-Informations-System GmbH (HIS), Germany

Position:
Dr. Senior Researcher

Expertise:
Sociology of education; Higher education research; Life course Research Statistics in the areas of student mobility and assessment of learning outcomes in higher education.

Title:

The German National Educational Panel Study (NEPS): Assessing Competencies over the Life Course

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Portraitfoto_Troitschanskaia_sw btn_blau_rechts Olga Zlatkin-Troitschanskaia

Institution:
Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany, Chair of Business Education

Position:
Professor

Expertise:
Research on professional development; Research on higher education; Measurement of knowledge and competence in economics; (International) comparative professional educational research; Governance and implementation of governmental reforms in schools

Title:

Modeling and Measurement of Professional and Didactical Competences of University Students in the Domain of Economics – The ILLEV Project

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Portraitfoto_Oser Fritz Oser


Institution:
Fribourg University, Switzerland, Department of Education

Position:
Professor (Emeritus)

Expertise:
Standards for teacher education; measurement of competencies according to the advocatory approach; educational psychology; development and learning

Title:

Competence Profiles: Generation and Assessment

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Portraitfoto_Sadler btn_blau_rechts Royce Sadler

Institution:
Griffith Institute for Higher Education
Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia

Position:
Professor

Expertise:
Assessing student achievement in higher education; University grading policies and practice; Academic standards; Standards-referenced assessment; Formative assessment theory and practice

Title:

Making competent judgments of competence

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Portraitfoto_Spiel btn_blau_rechts Christiane Spiel

Institution:
University of Vienna, Austria
Faculty of Psychology,
Department of Economic Psychology, Educational Psychology and Evaluation

Position:
Professor

Expertise:
Development and assessment of deductive reasoning; Evaluation and quality management in the educational system; Bullying und victimization; Integration in multicultural school classes; Life Long Learning

Title:

The Contribution of Scientific Evaluation

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Portraitfoto_Teichler Ulrich Teichler

Institution:
International Centre for Higher Education Research University of Kassel, Germany

Position:
Professor

Expertise:
Higher education and the world of work; Higher education systems in comparative perspective; Internationalisation of higher education; The academic profession

Title:

Analyzing Job Requirements and Competences of Graduates: The Misleading Ideal of a "Match" and the Underestimated Diversity

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Portraitfoto_Velden btn_blau_rechts Rolf van der Velden

Institution:
Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market Maastricht University, Netherlands

Position:
Professor

Expertise:
International comparisons in the transition from school to work; Competence development during education; The long term effects of education on occupational careers; Overeducation and skills mismatches and the effect of generic and specific competences on labour market outcomes

Title:

Measuring Competencies in Higher Education: Methods and Challenges

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Portraitfoto_Wilson Mark Wilson

Institution:
University of California, Berkeley, USA, Graduate School of Education

Position:
Professor

Expertise:
Educational Measurement & Psychometrics

Title:

Further Steps Using Assessment to Improve Learning in Higher Education: The BEAR Assessment System

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