The Research Group in Pursuit of Validity is organizing the first virtual webinar via Microsoft TEAMS. We are privileged to welcome as guest speaker Prof. Lorelei Lingard. Clic here to find out more
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One of the objectives of the RGPV is to provide opportunities and support to researchers and knowledge users interested in issues surrounding assessment and validity practices in the context of professional training programs. With this in mind, the RGQV is launching a call for proposals to offer grants of $2,000 allowing:
-To finalize an ongoing project (to support analysis and / or writing);
-To develop and submit a grant application for a new project.
In total, up to five scholarships will be offered to up to five teams.
Information about how to apply, eligibility criteria, and the application forms can be found here: Call for proposals-RGPV
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The Research Group in Pursuit of Validity is launching its third student scholarship competition. A total of 6 scholarships will be awarded to students at the Master’s (2000$ each) and PhD (3000$ each) levels, who are members of the Research Group.
Please find the rules and necessary forms to complete an application package in the link below:
To participate in the competition, send your entries to the email address:
Applications will be accepted until October 26, 2020. The awards committee will meet in November 2020 for the final evaluation of the applications. Results of the competition will be announced in December.
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The annual colloquia of the research group will be held on June 3 and 4, 2019 in Drummondville Our theme is : Assessment within competency-based education: monitoring quality and considering consequences. The scientific program will include: 1 workshop, 1 plenary, 3 symposia and 9 oral presentations.
The colloquia is open to all. A platform for registration is now available with the event, pricing and abstract submission details.
Abstracts are now accepted until February 15, 2019.
The official presentation of the research group has been held on Thursday, October 11, 2018. This was a good opportunity to open the group to the university community. For this event, several dignitaries were present: among them, Pierre Cossette (President of the Université de Sherbrooke), Dr Julien Poitras (Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Laval University), Serge Striganuk (Dean of the Faculty of Education, Université de Sherbrooke), Abdelkirm Hasni (Vice-Dean, Research and Graduate Studies, Faculty of Education, Université de Sherbrooke), Patrice Perron (Deputy Dean, executive vice-dean and for communities, Université de Sherbrooke) and Marie Giroux (vice-dean of professional and pedagogic development). Meredith Young was the master of ceremonies and Christina St-Onge, director of the research group, presented the objectives of the group and opened the way to future collaborations.
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