Teachers‘ Assessment Literacy Enhancement TALE Erasmus+ Final Conference

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‘Language Assessment Literacy: Theory and Practice’

Date of the conference:

12th May 2018

 

Keynote Speakers:

Prof. Glenn Fulcher, Univ. of Leicester, UK

Prof. Guoxing Yu, Univ. of Bristol, UK

 

Venue: University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus

 

 

Scientific Board:

Prof. Dina Tsagari, OsloMet, Norway

Prof. Dr. Karin Vogt, University of Education, Heidelberg, Germany

Dr Ildiko Csepes, University of Debrecen, Hungary

Prof. Tony Green, CRELLA, UK

Dr Nicos Sifakis, Hellenic Open University, Greece

 

SPECIFIC THEMATIC AREAS

 

We invite session proposals and individual abstracts dealing with various aspects regarding theoretical and practical issues of language assessment literacy. Possible themes include but are not limited to:

  1. Teachers’ understanding and implementation of classroom-based assessment mandates and concepts: reliability, validity, etc.
  2. Teachers’ understanding of high-stakes assessment concepts: reliability, validity, etc.
  3. Peer-assessment
  4. Self-assessment
  5. Formative assessment and Assessment for Learning
  6. Washback effects
  7. Teacher classroom assessment of language skills/elements in the classroom
  8. Teacher assessment literacy needs, etc.

 

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