Mien SegersProfessor Corporate Learning
Mien Segers is Professor Corporate Learning at the department of Educational Research and Development. Her research addresses tools and conditions to support learning in school settings as well as in the workplace, with a special focus on the role of assessment for enhancing development. She is actively involved in the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) and has been the coordinator of the Special Interest Groups Higher Education and Assessment. She has been publishing in many high-ranked journals and is an editorial board member of international journals such as Studies in Educational Evaluation and Educational Research Review. She is the chief-editor of the EARLI Book Series ‘New Perspectives on Learning and Instruction’.
Fields of expertise
Assessment for Learning, team learning, transfer of training.
Gijbels, D., Segers, M., & Struyf, E (2008). Constructivist learning environments: Can students’ perceptions of assessment demands and their learning strategies be changed in the desired direction? Instructional Science, 36, 431-443.
Segers, M., Gijbels, D., & Thurlings, M. (2008). The relationship between students’ perceptions of portfolio assessment practice and their approaches to learning. Educational Studies, 34,1, 35-44.
Van den Bossche, P., Segers, M., & Janssen, N. (2010). Transfer of training: the role of feedback in supportive social networks. International Journal Training and Development, 14, 2, 81-94.
de Greef, M., Segers, M., & Verté, D. (2010). Development of the SIT, an instrument to evaluate the transfer effects of adult education programs for social inclusion. Studies in Educational Evaluation, 36, 42–61.
Van Gennip, A.E., Segers, M.S.R., & Tillema, H. H. (2010). Peer assessment as a collaborative learning activity: The role of interpersonal variables and conceptions. Learning and Instruction, 20, 280-290.