The ICEME2023 with the theme “Learning Loss Assessment and Recovery: Relevance and Directions in Post-Pandemic” aims to engage K to12 and higher education professional teachers, educational researchers, school administrators, curriculum developers, policy makers, assessment practitioners, and other education stakeholders across disciplines and levels in a high-level discussion, evaluation, and demonstration of advanced knowledge, understanding, skills, leadership, and initiatives related to instructional and assessment strategies to address current educational issues and concerns on students’ learning and to support educational reforms in the post-pandemic era.
At the end of the conference, the participants are expected to:
1. demonstrate individually or in teams advanced knowledge and understanding on teaching and assessment strategies, policies, plans, and initiatives in addressing learning loss and learning poverty and in accelerating learning gains and learning recovery;
2. demonstrate individually or in teams advanced knowledge and skills in the discussion, evaluation and application of research findings relevant to learning loss/gains/poverty/recovery during and after the pandemic;
3. show high substantial degree of independence in critically discussing, evaluating, and reflecting on evidence-based strategies and assessment in monitoring learning loss/gains/poverty and in supporting student learning recovery; and
4. show leadership and initiatives in discussing and evaluating policies, plans, or strategies to address learning loss/gains/poverty and to accelerate student learning recovery