Author:
Erasmus+ project of the European Council for Steiner Waldorf Education, Learning for Well-being Foundation and the Hungarian Waldorf Federation
Published in:
2021
Country:
European Union, Hungary
Language:
English
Contact:
Eva Izsak (eizsak@issa.nl)

Assessment as Dialogue - Twenty Inspiring Practices from Classrooms and Schools Across Europe



The Learning for Well-being Foundation, the European Council of Steiner Waldorf Education (ECSWE) and the Hungarian Waldorf Federation, in an Erasmus+ project collected stories from classrooms and schools across Europe demonstrating alternatives to the exam factory. Twenty inspiring practices from twelve European countries were found, and no doubt there are many more being developed by creative teachers who care about their pupils.

This resouce contains examples of how the exam-factory can be rethought using practices that nurture core capacities for living and learning – such as relaxing, listening, observing, inquiring, sensing, embodying, empathising, reflecting and discerning patterns – both among pupils and teachers.

 Available in English.