Eva Hartell

PhD, STEM teacher / Haninge municipality and KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden


Comparative judgement– unpacking teachers’ assessment practices

Dr Eva Hartell will summarise her research focusing classroom formative assessment and elaborate on the use of comparative judgement for formative purposes.

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Dr Eva Hartell is an experienced STEM teacher and holds a PhD in the area of classroom assessment. Her doctoral thesis concluded that affordance for teachers’ assessment practices must be increased. She has been very fortunate to work together with teachers, schools, and municipalities conducting practice-based research during her doctoral studies and afterwards as well. She is currently working with research and development, in the municipality of Haninge and at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, in Sweden. Her interest is to develop instruction in order to bridge teaching and learning in K–12 classrooms.



Amsterdam 2018

Comparative judgement

Eva will present comparative judgement and findings from an ongoing international comparative study focusing on unpacking teachers’ assessment practices in USA, UK and Sweden.

Amsterdam 2017

Assidere Necesse Est- Necessities and complexities regarding teachers’ assessment practices

Eva will summarize her research focused on investigating STEM teachers’ assessment practices, and provide practical examples on how to embed formative assessment in teaching and learning STEM subjects.