Education 4.0 raises challenges for our future learning, especially when global connectivity, smart machines and new media are deployed in our everyday practices. These media have frequently deployed by our millennial students in their learning activities. The “classical learning activities” then reshaped into a form that high order thinking skills holds significant factor in education 4.0. However, this has been perceived as the impediment, especially for teachers who still cannot cope with the challenges. This phenomenon needs deep-seated investigation as high order thinking skills should be reflected in the learning process. For those who have been impeded by the technology advancement should spur themselves to catch up with what has been left behind.
Such phenomenon has certainly influenced what and how students’ learning evaluation is conducted. In this light, what to test and how to administer a test is very much affected by the advancement of technology in the millennial era. Otherwise, the alignment of test material and test activities will potentially be lacking. This in turn may affect the achievement of learning outcomes.
Our 2nd International conference will address these issues as bridging assessment is seen as an important step to be taken to improve learning outcomes. We invite scholars, educational practitioners, researchers, teachers, students and others who have deep concern on the subjects to have fruitful and effective discussions and contributions to answer the challenges.
Call for paper
Draft paper submission deadline：2018-10-30
Abstract submission deadline：2018-09-05
All manuscripts must be written in ENGLISH. The length of the manuscript is between 2500 - 4000 words. This also includes: diagrams, tables, pictures, formulas, and references. All manuscripts must be prepared with great care to eliminate grammatical errors, misspellings and font problems. Manuscripts should be submitted in MS Office Word 2010 or obove (.docx) format. The accepted font type is Times New Roman size 12 and double space, tables in font size 10. All diagrams, pictures and graphics must be embedded in the document. APA 6th Edition format for references is required for all manuscripts. The conference organizer reserves the right to reject any manuscript that does not comply with the general format. The Abstract Review Committee also reserves the right to reject those abstracts that do not comply with the themes of the conference. All manuscripts must be submitted via website.
Topics of submission
We invite researchers, lecturers, teachers, students, and the general public to attend this international conference both as speakers and as participants. This article is a result of research from one of the following areas:
- Assessment in Teaching and Learning
- Authentic Assessment
- Feed-back and Learning Motivation
- Educational Evaluation
- Program Evaluation
- Research and Evaluation in Education
- Assessment for/of/as Learning
- Assessment and Technology Advancement
- Assessment in Action Research
- Classroom Assessment
- Non-cognitive Assessment in Education
- Informal Assessment
- Educational Measurement
Dr. Achmad Ridwan, M.Si
Prof. Dr. Ilza Mayuni, MA
Prof. Dr. Burhanuddin Tola, MA
Dr. Komaruddin, M.Si
Dr. Muchlas Suseno, M.Pd.
Eva Leiliyanti, M.Hum., Ph.D
Dr. Wardani Rahayu, M.Si.
Dr. Dinny Devi Triana, S.Sn, M.Pd.
Dr. Yuliatri Sastrawijaya, M.Pd.
Dr. Erda Kamaruddin, M.Pd.
Dr. Tina Rosa
Maya Oktaviani, M.Pd.
Oktaviana Sinaga, M.Pd.
Yuli Rahmawati, Ph.D
Dr. Supriyadi, S.T.P, M.Pd.
Dr. Pinta Deniyanti S, M.Si