Governments around the world are highlighting ‘education for all’ as a policy, reiterating their mission to educate students from all levels and sectors of society, effectively and equitably. In response, education systems and schools need to identify and employ the very best tools and practices that could help secure the results they seek.
Columbia Global Centers | Mumbai invites you to a workshop with Madhabi Chatterji, Professor of Measurement, Evaluation, and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, which will introduce new ideas on evidence-based practices in education. The workshop will illustrate how organizations, which are able to make evidence-based education and ongoing evaluations a part of their work culture and value-structure, will continually learn and grow, while generating higher quality outcomes for their students and society at large.
About the Speaker
Dr. Madhabi Chatterji is Professor of Measurement, Evaluation, and Education at Columbia University’s Teachers College, and the founding Director of the Assessment and Evaluation Research Initiative. An award-winning and internationally recognized methodologist and educationist, her research and teaching interests extend across fields which include education, health and psychology. She is currently working on her third book, on designing assessments for multidisciplinary constructs and applications.
Since 2006, she is a Fellow at the National Educational Policy Center at the University of Colorado-Boulder, and is also currently the co-editor of Quality Assurance in Education, an international, peer-reviewed journal in educational evaluation. She also serves on numerous boards and committees, including the Faculty Steering Committee of Columbia Global Centers | Mumbai.