Webinar com Mario Piacentini, Mathias Benedeck e Roger Beaty

Webinar com Mario Piacentini, Mathias Benedeck e Roger Beaty

No dia 30 de março acontecerá a primeira Webinar do ano promovida pela ABAVE.


Esta webinar sobre o tema: Avaliação da Criatividade no PISA: fundamentos e desafios, contará com a apresentação do Analista Sênior da OCDE, Mario Piacentini, com o representante da University of Graz (Austria) Mathias Benedeck e com o representante da Penn State University Roger Beaty e com a coordenação do Prof. Ricardo Primi.

A Webinar será transmitida pelo canal da ABAVE no Youtube (@abave), às 16h do dia 30/03, e será totalmente gratuita.

Continue conosco pois periodicamente divulgaremos as próximas iniciativas da ABAVE. Abaixo o CR dos palestrantes.

Ricardo Primi é psicólogo e Mestre em Psicologia, pela PUC-Campinas, Doutor em Psicologia Escolar e do Desenvolvimento Humano pela Universidade de São Paulo com parte desenvolvida na Yale University (EUA) sob orientação de Robert J. Sternberg. Professor associado da Universidade São Francisco (USF), Campinas, Brasil. É membro do comitê científico da EduLab21 do Instituto Ayrton Senna (IAS), do Comitê Consultivo de Estatística e Psicometria do Instituto Nacional de Estudos e Pesquisas Educacionais “Anísio Teixeira” (INEP) e Diretor Acadêmico da ABAVE. Foi professor visitante no Lemann Center na Universidade de Stanford e do Institute of Personality and Social Research da Universidade da California Berkeley (com bolsa da CAPES)

Mario Piacentini is a senior analyst working in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) at the OECD, where he leads the work on the PISA innovative assessments. He coordinates ] interdisciplinary groups of experts working on defining complex, transversal competences and designing digital tasks that elicit valid evidence on these competences. He is the main author of the Global Competence (PISA 2018) and Creative Thinking (PISA 2022) assessment frameworks. He is now leading the development of the PISA 2025 assessment of Learning in the Digital World, that focuses on self regulated learning and problem solving with digital tools. He also coordinates the PISA Research and Development Programme. Before joining PISA, he worked for the Public Governance Directorate and the Statistics Directorate of the OECD, the University of Geneva, the World Bank and the Swiss Development Cooperation. He authored several peer-reviewed articles and reports, including the first PISA report on the well-being of students. Mario holds a PhD in economics from the University of Geneva.

Mathias Benedek, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor at the Institute of Psychology, University of Graz, Austria, where he directs the Creative Cognition Lab. His research focuses on cognitive and brain processes underlying creative thought, psychometric issues in creativity assessment, and individual differences in creativity, intelligence and personality. He obtained an MSc from the University of Graz and a PhD from the University of Kiel, Germany. Mathias Benedek has published more than 100 empirical articles and book chapters in the fields of creativity research and cognitive neuroscience. He is member of the Editorial Boards of “Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts” and “Creativity: Theory-Research-Applications”. He was awarded the William-Stern Award, 2019, awarded in recognition of excellent, innovative work in the field of personality psychology, the Berlyne Award (2015) in recognition of outstanding research by an early career scholar from the Division 10 (Society for the Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, & the Arts) of the American Psychological Association.

Roger Beaty is an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Director of the Cognitive Neuroscience of Creativity Lab at Penn State University. Roger completed his doctoral degree at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and his postdoctoral training at Harvard University. His lab uses psychometric, neuroimaging, and neuromodulatory approaches to study cognitive and neural mechanisms of creativity across various contexts and domains, from general creative problem solving to creative performance in the arts and sciences. Roger received the Berlyne Award for early career contributions to creativity research from the American Psychological Association. His research on creativity neuroscience and measurement has received grant support from the National Science Foundation and the John Templeton Foundation.

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