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Centre for Assessment Research, Policy and Practice in Education (CARPE)


Prof. Ernesto Panadero 

Prof. Ernesto Panadero (School of Policy & Practice) is the Prometric Chair in Assessment at CARPE. He is also the principal investigator of ERLA (Education, Regulated Learning & Assessment group) and holds an Honorary Professorship at CRADLE (Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning), Deakin University (Australia).

He has ample experience as an external consultant and facilitator on full-day workshops for educational institutions (especially universities) interested in educational assessment and self-regulated learning. Examples of these workshops are: "Foundations of educational assessment", "How to deliver feedback that has an impact", "Design of assessment instruments", etc.

His research focuses on understanding how to employ educational psychology methods and theories to better understand the effects of educational assessment.  Specifically, his work focuses on understanding and promoting self-regulated learning, on exploring the effects of formative assessment practices (e.g. self-assessment, peer assessment and formative uses of feedback) on educational variables (e.g. self-regulated learning, self-efficacy, academic performance). He is also interested in the psychological correlates of self and peer assessment (e.g. interpersonal and social variables).  

Ernesto acts as executive editor of Assessment in Education: Principles, Policies and Practices. Additionally, he belongs to six international journals editorial boards: Educational Research Review, The Journal of Experimental Education, Instructional Science, Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, Studies in Educational Evaluation, Educational Assessment. In 2017, he received the Erik de Corte, an award given by EARLI.

ORCID: 0000-0003-0859-3616. ResearchID: B-7172-2011. Google Scholar profile