Language assessment literacy is an area of language teaching that is easily overlooked. While most language teachers are involved in assessment, how much training have they had?
I am starting a PhD next year. I am sure it will be challenging but I am both worried and excited by it.
I (Kevin) am honoured and excited to be giving a presentation at the MELTA conference next month entitled "Take control and form your own future: a structured approach to professional development". Here is the web site: http://elt-moscow.ru/2020/10/5th-melta-international-online-conference-12-12-2020/
In this episode of Delivering Development, the podcast for language teachers and administrators, Kevin and Laura are talking about a few of the issues involved with running language assessment online.
In high-stakes situations, great language teaching is pointless without great language assessment. Delivering Development will be looking at language assessment in the next episodes.
In this edition of the podcast for language teachers and other professionals in the field, we looked at some observations of online teaching post-summer and the return to face-to-face.
In this edition of the CPD podcast for language teachers, we discuss the issues for teachers and learners of the general move online..
Moving online - a whole range of experiences.
In episode 8, Pete and Laura have been involved in activities moving learning online as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and they shared some of their experiences with us.
If you want to develop your knowledge in this area, the British Council is running a MOOC on this subject starting soon.