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  • Benő Csapó http://www.staff.u-szeged.hu/~csapo/ TAO as a Platform for an Online Diagnostic Assessment System TAO Days Luxembourg, 30th March 2011Diagnosztikus mérések fejlesztése Center for Oktatáselméleti Kutatócsoport Research on Learning and Instruction, University of Szeged
  • OUTLINE• General goals of the project• Work packages and results of the first phase• Goals for the second phase, areas for further development• Implementing a diagnostic system: changing the culture of schooling
  • Educational assessment in Hungary Diagnostic assessment system Forrás: Balázsi Ildikó, Ostorics László, Schumann Róbert, Szalay Balázs és Szepesi Ildikó, 2010
  • The diagnostic assessment project at the University of Szeged• A project within the New Hungary Development Plan• Financial support provided by the Hungarian Development Agency• Two phases of implementation
  • The diagnostic assessment project at the University of Szeged• Recipient of the support: Center for Research on Learning and Instruction, University of Szeged• First phase: April 2009 – August 2011• Second phase: September 2011 – December 2013• Broad national and international cooperation
  • Work packages of the first phase of the project1. Framework development in reading, mathematics and science2. Exploring further domains3. Developing item banks4. Platform development – adapting TAO5. Assessing SEN students6. In-service training of teachers7. Meta-analyses of other assessment data
  • Reading Editors Benő Csapó and Valéria Csépe Reasoning Literacy Discipline Framework Leo Blomert Valéria Csépe Wolfgang Schnotz Edit Katalin Molnár Krisztián Józsa János Steklácsdevelopment Mathematics Editors Learning disciplinary content for Applicable knowledge Benő Csapó and Mária B. Szendrei Cultivating mind reading Reasoning Terezinha Nunes Literacy Lieven Verschaffel Discipline Mária B. Szendrei Benő Csapó Csaba Csíkos Júlia Szendreimathematics Science and science Editors Benő Csapó and Gábor Szabó Reasoning Literacy Discipline Philip Adey Erzsébet Korom Gábor Szabó Benő Csapó Mária B. Németh Erzsébet Korom
  • Reading Editors Benő Csapó and Valéria Csépe Reasoning Literacy Discipline Framework Leo Blomert Valéria Csépe Wolfgang Schnotz Edit Katalin Molnár Krisztián Józsa János Steklácsdevelopment Mathematics Editors for Benő Csapó and Mária B. Szendrei reading Reasoning Terezinha Nunes Literacy Lieven Verschaffel Discipline Mária B. Szendrei Benő Csapó Csaba Csíkos Júlia Szendreimathematics Science and science Editors Benő Csapó and Gábor Szabó Reasoning Literacy Discipline Philip Adey Erzsébet Korom Gábor Szabó Benő Csapó Mária B. Németh Erzsébet Korom
  • Exploring further areas for diagnostic assessment• Visual skills• Social skills• English as foreign language• Civic education• Motivation• Learning to learn• Health literacy
  • Item development• 600 items per domain on paper, altogether ca. 1800 items• 3 dimensions per domain, altogether 9 dimensions• Assessments on paper, representative samples• Migrating items into TAO• Writing new items for TAO• Online pilot assessments
  • Main goals for the second phase• Upscaling – reaching 20% of the school population – working with municipalities• Integration• Training
  • The core of diagnostics
  • A diagnostic assessment system
  • Ultimate requirements of the system• Serving ca. 600 000 students• Communicating with ca. 60 000 teachers• Making the service available in ca. 2 000 schools• Managing ca. 10 000 items• Maintaining and analyzing students’ data• Providing sophisticated feedback in user friendly format
  • Diagnostic assessment should be integrated into pedagogical processes• Spares teachers’ time and energy• Identifies learning difficulties in an early phase• Provided sophisticated feedback information• Helps personalizing education• Maintains students’ interest and motivation• Supports self-regulated learning
  • Future is even more promising …Cognitive laboratory experiments for devising school readiness tests
  • Thank you for your attention!www.staff.u-szeged.hu/~csapo
  • 11:30-12:00• 30 min