IV Seminario “I dati INVALSI: uno strumento per la ricerca e la didattica”

29 Novembre 2019 - 1 Dicembre 2019
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Tema

Promuovere lʼutilizzo dei dati INVALSI nella ricerca scientifica e nella didattica

Dal 29 novembre all’1 dicembre 2019 si terrà a Roma il Seminario “I dati INVALSI: uno strumento per la ricerca e la didattica”. Lo scopo di questo appuntamento, arrivato alla quarta edizione, è quello di promuovere lʼutilizzo dei dati INVALSI nella ricerca scientifica e nella didattica. I dati raccolti annualmente dallʼIstituto costituiscono un prezioso strumento per indagare le caratteristiche del sistema scolastico e per definire gli eventuali interventi di sostegno o potenziamento. Tutti i soggetti interessati sono invitati a presentare lavori di ricerca che utilizzano dati INVALSI.

Keynote Speakers

Esteemed keynote speakers will introduce the main themes of the conference. There will be different keynote addresses at IV Seminar “INVALSI data: a research and educational teaching tool”.

Below the complete list.

Gianluca Argentin

University of Milan-Bicocca

He is a researcher at the Department of Sociology and Social Research of the University of Milan-Bicocca. His research deals with education with two main focuses: randomized controlled trials aimed at assessing the effectiveness of educational interventions and policies for the management of the teaching workforce.

Francesco Avvisati

OECD

He is a Senior Survey Specialist at the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD). He joined the OECD Directorate for Education and Skills in 2010, and has been working since 2013 on analysis and reporting in the PISA project. He has drafted several reports, including “Students, Computers and Learning” (2015) and “Effective Teacher Policies: Insights from PISA” (2018); is the coordinator of the monthly PISA in Focus series; and is responsible for the work of the PISA Technical Advisory Group within the PISA team. Prior to joining the OECD, Dr. Avvisati worked as a researcher and lecturer at the Paris School of Economics, at the French Ministry of Labour, and has been a member of the “Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab–Europe”. Dr. Avvisati holds a PhD in Economics from the Paris School of Economics, a Bachelor in Economics from the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna (Pisa, Italy), and is an alumnus of the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris.

Andrea Gavosto

Fondazione Agnelli

Since 2008, he is Director of the Agnelli Foundation, which specializes in research on education and training and produces regular reports on the state of school and university in Italy. Previously, he was Chief Economist of the Fiat Group and of Telecom Italia and worked at the Research Department of the Bank of Italy. He is the author of numerous scientific publications in the fields of macroeconomics, labour economics and economics of education, as well as numerous articles in the main national newspapers.

Emmanuele Pavolini

University of Macerata

He is Full Professor of Economic Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Macerata (Italy). He is a Member of the board of ESPAnet (European Social Policy Network) and co-chair of the board of Italian ESPAnet. He is a National Expert for Italy in the European Commission Expert Network ESPN (European Social Policy Network). He is currently co-editor of the Journal of European Social Policy.

Roberto Ricci

INVALSI

He is Research Director at INVALSI where he has been responsible for national tests since 2008 and is the coordinator of the research area. After obtaining a PhD in statistical methodology for scientific research, he has worked for over twenty years in the field of measurement of learning through standardized tests. He is a member of the Governing Boards of PISA and TALIS, and he is a member of the General Assembly of the IEA. In recent years, he has been involved in the national implementation of important evaluation tools in schools, such as the measurement of the school effect, the so-called added value, and the definition of the diachronic-longitudinal change of learning levels. Recently, he has been involved in the transition to computer-based testing (CBT) of the INVALVED tests, also in an adaptive perspective at the individual level (multistage adaptive testing). He is a trainer at schools to foster a constructive dialogue on the issues of external evaluation. He is the author of many informative and technical-methodological articles on aspects related to large-scale standardized measurement.

Thierry Rocher

DEPP / IEA

He is the Head of Office for Student Assessment at DEPP (Directorate for Statistics) at the Ministry of Education of France. He has been the Chair of IEA (International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement) since January 2019. He was previously President of the Association for Educational Assessment-Europe (AEA-Europe) (2016-2018), and served as the French representative at the PISA Governing Board (2017-2018). Dr Rocher is a statistician by training and holds a doctorate in psychology, specializing in educational measurement and psychometrics.

Lars M. Sondergaard

World Bank

He is an advisor at the World Bank, focusing on the World Bank’s work in EU countries on health, education and social protection and jobs. He has worked at the World Bank for the past 13 years, having been based in Washington, Chisinau, Bangkok and now Brussels.
Lars has written and co-written many publications at the World Bank, including a regional report on education systems in Eastern Europe and Central Asia called “Skills, Not Just Diplomas”.
Lars has a Ph.D. and M.A. in Economics from Georgetown University, and prior to the joining the World Bank, he was a senior economist at the European Central Bank.

Ernesto Treviňo

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

He is associate lecturer in the School of Education at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He holds a PhD in Education from Harvard University, US. His research interest include education inequalities, public policy in education, and citizenship education.

Giorgio Vittadini

University of Milan-Bicocca

He is full professor of Statistics at the Department of Statistics and Quantitative Methods of the University of Milan Bicocca. He is the founder and chairman of the Foundation for Subsidiarity, which has carried out research, training and editorial activities on socio-economic issues since 2002. One of his main research focuses are human capital and non-cognitive skills.

Sessioni

  1. I dati INVALSI per migliorare e valutare la didattica dell’italiano.
  2. I dati INVALSI per migliorare e valutare la didattica della matematica.
  3. I dati INVALSI per migliorare e valutare la didattica della lingua inglese.
  4. I dati INVALSI per migliorare e valutare le competenze trasversali.
  5. I dati INVALSI come strumento per sostenere l’innovazione e il miglioramento scolastico.
  6. I dati INVALSI come strumento di approfondimento delle caratteristiche della scuola nelle sue componenti (Dirigenti Scolastici, insegnanti).
  7. La scuola in Italia: disuguaglianze, mobilità sociale, realtà territoriali.
  8. I risultati degli studenti in base alle loro caratteristiche individuali (genere, background socio-economico, origine, ecc.).
  9. Bullismo, disagio giovanile e dispersione scolastica.
  10. Le prove Computer Based: caratteristiche e potenzialità.
  11. La scuola dell’infanzia: primi passi verso il successo scolastico.
  12. Il valore aggiunto: aspetti metodologici e implicazioni di politica scolastica.
  13. Metodi e modelli applicati ai dati INVALSI.

Programma

16 agosto

ore 12:00

Registrazione dei partecipanti

ore 13:00

Pausa Pranzo

ore 14:00

Saluti Istituzionali

Luisa Franzese – Direttore Generale
Carmela Palumbo – Direttore MIUR

ore 14:30

Invece del cheating…le ragioni del seminario

Anna Maria Ajello – Presidente INVALSI

ore 14:45

Leggere, scrivere, far di conto: cosa vuol dire oggi?

Marco Rossi-Doria – USR Campania

Submission

Gli interessati dovranno inviare un abstract (in italiano e in inglese, massimo 3.000 caratteri ciascuno) unitamente a 3-6 parole chiave (in italiano e in inglese) e a una biografia breve (massimo 300 caratteri, in italiano e in inglese) di ogni autore/co-autore.

Tipologia dei contributi
I contributi relativi a un lavoro di ricerca scientifica dovranno essere esposti in lingua inglese e corredati da slide in lingua inglese; i contributi relativi a un lavoro sulla didattica dovranno essere esposti in lingua italiana e corredati da slide in lingua italiana.

Format delle presentazioni e dei contributi finali
L’abstract deve riassumere l’intero lavoro per consentire al lettore di farsi rapidamente un’idea del contributo; per questo motivo deve essere:

  • accurato: riflettere gli scopi e il contenuto del contributo; non includere informazioni che non appaiono nel contributo;
  • non valutativo: deve riportare dati e non giudicare;
  • coerente e leggibile: il linguaggio deve essere chiaro e conciso; usare verbi piuttosto che sostantivi equivalenti e la forma attiva piuttosto che quella passiva;
  • conciso: le frasi devono essere brevi e informative, includere nell’abstract solo quattro o cinque dei concetti, delle osservazioni o implicazioni più importanti; non inserire riferimenti bibliografici.

L’abstract di un contributo riguardante uno studio empirico include:

  • il problema studiato, possibilmente in una frase;
  • i partecipanti;
  • le caratteristiche essenziali del metodo di studio;
  • un riferimento ai principali risultati.

L’abstract di un contributo metodologico include:

  • l’ambito di applicazione;
  • le caratteristiche essenziali del metodo proposto;
  • le potenzialità del metodo proposto.

REGISTRAZIONE

Registrati per partecipare al seminario

SUBMISSION DEADLINE 04/11/2019

Calendario Scadenze

1 agosto 2019
Apertura call for paper.

25 settembre 2019
Deadline per la presentazione degli abstract.

30 settembre 2019
6 ottobre 2019
Comunicazione degli abstract accettati.

7 ottobre 2019
Inizio registrazione.

30 ottobre 2019
4 novembre 2019
Fine registrazione.

15 novembre 2019
Invio delle slide per la presentazione.

Venue

Indirizzo

Hotel Massimo D’Azeglio – Sala Risorgimento
Via Cavour, 18 – Roma 00184

Accomodation

When, while the lovely valley teems with vapour around me, and the meridian sun strikes the upper surface of the impenetrable foliage of my trees, and but a few stray gleams steal into the inner sanctuary, I throw myself down among the tall grass by the trickling stream; and, as I lie close to the earth, a thousand unknown plants are noticed by me: when I hear the buzz of the little world among the stalks, and grow familiar with the countless indescribable forms of the insects and flies, then I feel the presence of the Almighty.

Area riservata

Accedi all’area riservata per inviare un contributo, iscriverti all’evento, caricare i documenti dei lavori e seguire il processo di review.

Dettagli

Inizio:
29 Novembre 2019
Fine:
1 Dicembre 2019
Categoria Evento:

Organizzatore

INVALSI
Email:
datiperlaricerca2019@eventinvalsi.it
Sito web:
https://invalsi.it/

Luogo

Ergife Palace Hotel
Via Aurelia, 619, 00165 Roma RM
Roma, 00165 Italia
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Telefono:
06 66441
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https://www.ergifepalacehotel.com/

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