Senior Researcher Ernesto Panadero

Senior Researcher Ernesto Panadero works as a researcher at the Developmental & Educational Psychology Department, at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (funded by the Ramón y Cajal research program -2013 call-). He is also an Honorary Professor at the Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE), Deakin University (Australia). And Erik de Corte 2017 winner, an award given by the EARLI to the most promising early career European researcher in the field of Learning and Instruction.

In 2016 Ernesto created the Education, Regulated Learning & Assessment (ERLA) research groups that he led. Additionally, Ernesto was coordinator (2011-2017) of the EARLI SIG-1 group Assessment and Evaluation; and member of the Continental Europe team at the Assessment for Learning International Network (AfLIN).

His research interest is two folded. First, the understanding and promotion of self-regulated learning -at the individual level, and socially shared regulated learning -at the collaborative learning level. Second, the relationship between self-regulated learning and the use of formative assessment (self-assessment and peer assessment). Additionally, his research on assessment explores the psychological correlates of self and peer assessment (e.g. interpersonal and social variables).