The Reimagine Education Awards and Conference – the ‘Oscars’ of Education’ – is delighted to announce that Imperial College Business School have confirmed their status as Official Visionary Partner, as the initiative seeks to identify and reward education’s most innovative approaches.
The partnership will see Imperial College Business School host the first day of the 2019 Reimagine Education Conference (8th December, Imperial College London, 9th-10th December, Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London), co-convene a number of the conference sessions, and assign senior academic faculty and leadership to the initiative’s Steering Committee.
SPONSORS ANNOUNCED: PRINCESS NOURAH UNIVERSITY
Our institutional partners and supporters, like our applicants and delegates, are proudly global, and our other new supporter is coherent with this trend. Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman Universty is the the first female university in Saudi Arabia, and the largest female university in the world – and are proudly committed to pedagogical innovation, particularly in the field of online learning.
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Simulating a real-world infectious disease outbreak is vital to education. By leveraging widely available technology, we can build and shape our insight into human behavior during outbreaks. Operation Outbreak (O2) is a learning platform that creates a real-time means of emotional and behavioral preparation that may illustrate how chaos, fear and conflicts alter the decision-making capabilities of humans in a demanding environment.
The ninety-year-old ‘Law of Comparative Judgment’ is the origin of one of the latest innovations in educational assessment. What is (adaptive) comparative judgment and what can it contribute to peer assessment practices? We review some of the literature and comment on the reliability of this method and its potential as an assessment tool for peer-to-peer assessment.
Students will face assessments for the entirety of their academic careers. From kindergarten to grad school, pupils can always expect to be put through their paces to test how much knowledge they’ve retained through their weeks, months, and even years of learning.
In this guest post, offered by Chathurika Kahavita of TestMaxPrep, she explores some tried and tested ways to ensure that those assessments are as student-centred as possible.
With an Awards program contested by over 1,000 top academic faculty and edtech companies, and an international event attended by over 500 pedagogical pioneers from across the globe, Reimagine Education is at the very forefront of cutting-edge approaches to education.
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