Remote Assessment of Learning: Filling a Critical Gap in our Assessment Toolkit

Date: 28 Apr 2022
Time: 4:00pm

Event Type: Webinar

28 April 4pm BST

Save the Children and Yale University invite you to this upcoming global webinar on an innovative tool they have been piloting over the past year – the Remote Assessment of Learning (ReAL) tool. This tool aims to answer a critical global knowledge gap: What types of remote learning actually work for children? And how do we measure that learning? 

The event will be hosted by Emma Wagner, Head of Education Policy & Advocacy at Save the Children UK, and Noam Angrist (Co-founder of Young 1ove and Fellow at the University of Oxford) will be the keynote speaker. 

Through varying lenses, they will look at the current landscape of remote assessments, the challenges the sector faces in knowing what distance-learning methods actually work for children, as well as Save the Children’s answer to this challenge: the Remote Assessment of Learning (ReAL) tool.