Claudia Harsch is a professor at the University of Bremen, specialising in language learning, teaching and assessment. She has worked in Germany and in the UK, and is active in teacher training worldwide. Her research interests focus on language assessment, educational evaluation and measurement, language and migration, the development of language assessment literacy, and the implementation of the Common European Framework (CEF). In her research, she explores aspects like feasible ways to foster language assessment literacy, the relation between language and migration, linguistic preparedness in academic contexts, qualitative methods of constructing language tests and teaching materials, the development and validation of tools for educational evaluation, or the assessment of writing skills. Claudia was president of the European Association of Language Testing and Assessment from 106-2019; she convenes the EALTA SIG Assessing Writing.