Volume 3 on the Future of Vocational Education and Training in Europe
The report shows that forms of assessment in IVET are constantly being reformed in the countries studied, underlining their essential importance for improving quality. One of the questions addressed in the study was whether the objectives set out in national curricula, qualification standards and programme descriptions are enhanced or undermined by the prevailing assessment approaches. Numerous challenges and starting points for further improvement were identified.
This part of the Future of VET project was coordinated by Karin Luomi-Messerer, who co-authored the report with Monika Auzinger and Mariya Dzhengozova.
Link to the project
Publication 3: “The future of vocational education and training in Europe: Volume 3 – The influence of assessments on vocational learning”
Publikation 2: “The future of vocational education and training in Europe: Volume 2 – Delivering IVET: institutional diversification and/or expansion?”
Publikation 1: “The future of vocational education and training in Europe: Volume 1 – The changing content and profile of VET: epistemological challenges and opportunities”
Contact: Karin Luomi-Messerer