Prof. Michal Beller
Member, Consensus committee: Optimal management of professional development
President of Levinsky College of Education. Her main area of expertise is educational measurement and assessment. Professor Beller was the founding director of the National Authority for Measurement and Evaluation in Education (known as RAMA, its Hebrew acronym) and its director since its establishment in 2005. Prior to founding RAMA, she was senior research director in the Research and Development Department of the Educational Testing Service (ETS) in Princeton, New Jersey, the largest testing institute in the world. Before that she headed the National Center for Testing and Evaluation (established by the Associated Heads of the Universities in Israel) and was an associate professor in the Department of Education and Psychology at the Open University, where she also founded and directed the Shoham Center (integrating technology in learning).
Professor Beller has published many articles in the area of educational measurement and assessment. She has participated in many international conferences where she has represented Israel, and she serves as a member of professional steering committees in Israel and internationally. Professor Beller holds a PhD degree in psychology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, received in 1983.
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