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logoFrom 2014-01-01 to 2016-12-31

The project aims to research the use of technology in formative assessment classroom practices in ways that allow teachers to respond to the emerging needs of low achieving learners in mathematics and science so that they are better motivated in their learning of these important subjects.

 

This international project adapts and develops existing research-informed pedagogical interventions (developed by the partners), suited to implementation at scale, for working with low attaining pupils and transforming teaching.

The project seeks to: report the differences in the way that systemic structures influence the trajectories of lower achieving students within the participating countries; identify their typical pathways through the school system and reveal the educational opportunities that are open to these students. It reports on the varying assessment tools that are used to identify lower achieving students and may determine these pathways, with attention paid to the different interpretations of low achievement in each country.

Website: http://research.ncl.ac.uk/fasmed/

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  • Coordinator: Dr. Suzanne Gatt                  
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    Project Exc. S & T Officer: Laura Sue Armeni
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    Address: Executive Science & Technology Officer 
      The Malta Council for Science and Technology 
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      Kalkara KKR 1320, Malta
       
    Tel.: +356 2360 2143
    Fax: +356 2166 0341
       
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