Conferencia “Evaluando la participación de América Latina en PISA: Desafíos políticos y metodológicos”Finalizado22 Julio 2011 | Novedades del Mundo Educativo | Conferencias
Organiza: Universidad de San Andrés.
Fecha: jueves 28 de julio de 2011 – 18:00 hs,
Lugar: Sede Capital, 25 de Mayo 586 – Auditorio, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires.
Actividad gratuita. Requiere inscripción.
"Evaluando la participación de América Latina en PISA: Desafíos políticos y metodológicos"
A cargo del Dr. Gilbert Valverde (University at Albany, State University of New York)
Gilbert Valverde (Ph.D. University of Chicago) is Chair of the Department of Educational Administration & Policy Studies, University at Albany, State University of New York. He is also an associate professor in the department of Educational Administration and Policy Studies and an affiliated faculty member of the Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, Graduate School of Public Affairs, and the Department of Latin American and Caribbean Studies. He is a researcher specializing in the cross-national study of curriculum governance policies, focusing on the role of educational standards, indicator systems, textbook and assessment policy in the configuration of educational opportunity structures. Dr. Valverde combines an interest in curriculum governance policies in the United States, countries of the Organization for OECD, and also countries in the developing world. Dr. Valverde is currently a member of the U. S. National Research Center, which oversees data analysis and reporting for the United States of the IEA sponsored TIMSS. He is also currently engaged in the study of curriculum governance policies in the context of education reform in Latin America, focusing especially on educational reforms underway in Chile and Peru. Professor Valverde is a member of the Working Group on Standards and Evaluation. He is also an advisor on curriculum and evaluation policy to a number of ministries, development assistance agencies, non-governmental organizations, and special interest groups in Latin America.
Página personal del Prof. Valverde: http://www.albany.edu/~gv382/
e-mail: [email protected]