I used Canva infographic templates and it was fun. I decided to have another go to explore:
- What is an infographic and why use them in ELT?
- How can they be used in the classroom?
5 reasons to use by Fiona Price
Stannard suggests Ss create e-portfolio of speaking tasks online here: https://t.co/LmAIzO8XRD #eltchat— Matthew Noble (@tesolmatthew) March 15, 2017
I have a rather old post of various OTHEr voice recording tools sort of compared and commented on https://t.co/HaQ6lbubAI #eltchat— MarisaConstantinides (@Marisa_C) March 15, 2017
‘having the capacity to ask and answer critical questions about the purpose for assessment, about the fitness of the tool being used, about testing conditions, and about what is going to happen on the basis of the results.’ Inbar-Lourie (2008: 389) in Sheehan and Munro (2017).
‘Assessment literacy is a dynamic context- dependent social practice that involves teachers articulating and negotiating classroom and cultural knowledges with one another and with learners, in the initiation, development and practice of assessment to achieve learning goals of students’ (Willis et al., 2013: 242) in Sheehan and Munro (2017)
Assessment literacy demands a training that brings a smooth blend of assessment technical awareness, theoretical understanding, useful practical skills, and clear concepts. All these components well balanced but strongly contextualized with the clear role, practical approach and function of assessment in the field of education (Hakim 2015).