DescriptionThe aim of this project was to provide teachers with training materials that meet their actual, specified needs, based on interviews, classroom observations and focus-group discussions. Findings from the study reveal there are large differences in understanding between teachers and those who research and write about teachers’ language assessment literacy. We conclude by showing an example of materials produced, which were specifically requested by teachers to develop their understanding of the CEFR and its levels.
|28 Oct 2017
|International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language Testing, Evaluation and Assessment Special Interest Group : Building Practical Assessment Skills for Teachers
|Luton, United Kingdom
|Degree of Recognition