Experts in education
Interviews with education experts
Dylan Wiliam Interview
Dylan Wiliam is an Emeritus Professor of Educational Assessment at University College London. He is one of the on assessment UK’s and probably the world’s leading experts. His recent work has focused on using assessment to support learning, often called formative assessment. He is also an experienced international presenter specialising in introducing teachers to the principles and practice of assessment for learning.
Melvin Ainscow Interview
Melvin Ainscow is Emeritus Professor of Education at the University of Manchester. He is internationally recognised as an authority on promoting inclusion and equity in education. He has recently been involved in collaborative research projects with school networks in Australia, England, Portugal and Spain.
Andreas Schleicher Interview
Andreas Schleicher is one of the most influential people worldwide about the quality of educational systems and an education statistician and researcher. He leads the OECD’s Education and Skills section since 2012; He previously was Director of the Department for Education Indicators and Analysis. He coordinates the PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) report, which covers nearly 90 countries.
James Arthur Interview
James Arthur is the founder and director of the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues at the University of Birmingham. It is a world-leading and unique institution dedicated to the study and research of how character and virtues impact on individuals and society.
Inger Enkvist Interview
Inger Enkvist is Professor of Hispanic Philology at the University of Lund (Sweden). She has been a member of the Swedish Council of Higher Education and a member of the Argentinean Academy of Political and Moral Sciences. She has written a report on improving teacher education for the Swedish government and has visited many countries giving lectures.
Living for others.
Cooperación Internacional is a 25-year-old NGO with more than 5,000 young people volunteering all over the world. It has received the National Youth Award from the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality. They define themselves as all that remains to be changed and one day it will be better. They believe in the capacity of young people to provide solutions to social problems.