Eva Hartell

Dr., Haninge municipality and KTH Royal Institute of Technology, in Sweden



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Comparative judgement– a facilitator for peer feedback?

This session shares experiences from practitioner based research projects, which has explored comparative judgement as a facilitator for peer feedback in primary STEM education.

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.

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.


Dr Eva Hartell is currently head of research in Haninge municipality and researcher at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden, and very proud ambassador for researchED Scandinavia.
Eva is involved in a number of national and international practitioner-based research and development projects, working closely with teachers and schools with the purpose of bridging teaching and learning. Experimenting with CJ a number of times; stretching the methodology to unpack and support assessment practices.

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