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Date
Monday 26 October 2020 -
15:00 to 16:30
Location
SGT Singapore time (UTC+8)

 This event will be held online.

Assessment in the classroom is a core driving force behind what and how students learn, however, it is no longer perceived as just a tool to measure progress. With student motivation in the forefront of language acquisition, learning frameworks, course design and lesson delivery are transformed to use a variety of assessment strategies to help students reach their outcomes and be more involved in the learning process. 

In this session, we will discuss examples of self-reflective and self-evaluative exercises, visual thinking as well as various practical assessment approaches used during an action research project in face to face and online teaching of students ranging from preschool to adults. 

We will summarise the methodology behind the approach and focus on the design, implementation and the discovery, and include feedback from both teachers and students involved in the research. To close, we will consider if the strategies were easily transferable between the face to face and online environments and share best practices based on our discovery.

Facilitators

Portrait of Bozena Rupnik

Bozena Rupnik MCCT

Senior Teacher, Professional Development and Training, British Council in Singapore

Bozena has been teaching and managing school programmes for almost 20 years. She has trained cross-cultural teams in her native Poland, the UK, Malaysia and most recently Singapore.  

Specialist in:

  • training and development
  • digital learning
  • virtual teambuilding.

Qualifications:

  • Master of Arts, English
  • Postgraduate Diploma, Translation Studies
  • Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (DELTA)
  • Certificate and Diploma, English Language Teaching Management