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The secont Profformance+ Webinar focused on assessment of student's learning in higher education.. The speakers represented those good practices which scored well at the PROFFORMANCE Higher education teacher award. In the plenary session they presented 7-minutes summaries of examples of their practices for assessing student learning. This included:

  • - Brief info about the institution and the programme in which the method has been applied;
  • - Objective of the assessment that could be specifying whether the purpose of the assessment is evaluating students
  •   understanding, measuring progress, identifying areas of development etc.
  • - Description of specific methods and tools needed for assessing learning of students when applying this practice;
  • - Ideas on how the assessment practice can be transferred or adapted for teaching in other fields.

In the second part of the webinar (parallel breakout room sessions) the speakers will provide you a ’recipe’ on how you could implement their good practice of assessment.

In this way the participants could gain better insights about the applicability of the specific assessment practice, and had opportunity of engaging in a group discussion around the presented practice, its applicability and transferability, important factors to consider, mistakes to avoid while implementing the specific example of assessment, etc. The breakout rooms sessions also provided space for fostering collaboration and networking, and for sharing resources on innovative ways of assessment of students’ learning.

Get to know the projects and speakers

Online and Offline Learning Assessment and Best Practices


Renáta Nagy is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Languages for Biomedical Purposes and Communication of University of Pécs.

Linkedin: @Renáta Nagy

Instructional Peer Coaching for Collegiality and Collaborative Learning


Sanja K. is a daring change catalyst, committed to creating collaborative cultures, collective leadership and coaching for growth. An experienced global educator, Sanja has worked internationally and locally in both HE and K-12 settings as an educational leader, instructional coach, information and content management systems’ specialist, teacher and technology integrator. As an assistant professor at the University of Zagreb, she has been teaching university BA and MA students,  doing research in information and communication sciences and teaching and learning with technology, also facilitating workshops for PhD students at the Postgraduate study of Information and Communication Sciences.
Formally, you may know her as Sanja Kišiček, PhD, a versatile professional with a doctorate degree in Information and Communication Sciences, specializing in multimedia instructional design. Prior to her doctorate, Sanja attained an MA in English Language and Literature and Information Technologies. Today she is a passionate edupreneur, coaching, educating and mentoring leaders, both from educational and entrepreneurial settings.  
She is all about collaboration and collective leadership, implementing the methods she promotes in both her professional and private life settings. Sanja facilitates professional development in collaboration strategies and tools, increasing collective leadership capacity, collegial dialog, problem solving, leading courageous conversations, communication and public speaking skills.
‍Sanja K. is currently based in Croatia, Zagreb. 

Linkedin: @Sanja Kišiček


Maximizing performance and minimizing dropout rate with the help of flow: a gamified mathematics course


Dr. Csaba Szabó is the leader of MTA ELTE Theory of Learning Mathematics Resach Group.


Spanisch Language Learning Experience (SPALE): Highly Interactive Learning with Formative Forms of Assessment


Dr. phil. Isabel LANDSIEDLER, Senior Lecturer and Deputy Head of the Department Languages, Key Competences and In-House Training at Graz University of Technology

Since 1992, she has been teaching at various institutions and has been involved in various national and international language projects at the Institute of English Studies in Graz (LES, ENLU, LanQua, FauvoT, etc.). From 1996 to 2000, she worked as a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences Burgenland, and from 2001 to 2007, she was the director of "treffpunkt sprachen," the language center at Graz University. From 2007 to 2016, she worked as a program advisor at the European Centre for Modern Languages of the Council of Europe. Since 2010, she has been employed as a Senior Lecturer at Graz University of Technology, and she has also been involved in various language learning networks.

.Linkedin: @Isabel Landsiedler

Developmental evaluation in the cooperative learning process


Józsefné Libor is a full-time College Professor, and Dr. Ilona Béres is an associate professor at the Institute of Methodology of Budapest Metropolitan  University of Applied Sciences.

Linkedin: @Józsefné Libor, @Ilona Béres


Forms of competence and student-oriented feedback to promote the learning success of students in the course

(Only recording)


As many other professionals in the ELT industry, Katerina Lanickova kind of “wears many hats”: She uses her background in education & teaching and the skills she acquired along the way to empower new lecturers in their role at the University of Applied Sciences in Vienna - through coaching, giving teacher training workshops and helping them with the development and design of blended learning material.
When not at university, she's exploring the field of materials writing and as a part of a team she developes elearning material that accompanies various Austrian textbooks, her task being the creation of animated explainer videos. And she teaches every now and then so she doesn’t lose the classroom connection.

Dr. Sylvia Lingo is a Lecturer and she is the head of the Teaching and Learning Center at the University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien.

Linkedin: @Katerina Lanickova; @Sylvia Lingo