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Peergrade.io - Better feedback for your students

Peergrade.io - Better feedback for your students | Language Assessment | Scoop.it
Peergrade is an online software application that allows teachers to easily create peer assessment sessions, monitor student performance and create a better learning experience for students.

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Viljenka Savli (http://www2.arnes.si/~sopvsavl/)'s curator insight, Today, 3:02 AM
an interesting tool for students to grade and comment peers products
 
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Peergrade.io - Better feedback for your students
Rosemary Tyrrell, Ed.D.'s curator insight, Today, 10:50 AM
This looks promising. It has LMS integrations in the pro version, which is critically important if you want to adopt institution-wide. 
 
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Sobre los distintos tipos de evaluación

Sobre los distintos tipos de evaluación | Language Assessment | Scoop.it
¿Cuál es el concepto clásico de evaluación? Pre-evaluación: Ayuda a diferenciar el proceso de aprendizaje. Apoya los dinámicas de aprendizaje identificando

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English Test for Teens | British Council

English Test for Teens | British Council | Language Assessment | Scoop.it
In today’s global world, the importance of English cannot be denied.
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Oral Proficiency Testing Bibliography

Oral Proficiency Testing Bibliography | Language Assessment | Scoop.it
The purpose of this annotated bibliography is to compile and present pertinent and useful research in the field of Oral Proficiency Testing, ranging from foundational publications to the latest innovations and studies, from 1988 to the present. It is divided into several categories by topic and common theme for ease of use: (1) Overviews and background; (2) Validity and validation studies; (3) Test and task design; (4) Oral proficiency assessment development; (5) Interlocutor and examinee characteristics; (6) Raters and interviewers; (7) Implementation and use; (8) Oral proficiency testing and curriculum; and (9) Technology. Throughout the bibliography, the American Council of Teachers of Foreign Languages will be referred to by the acronym ACTFL, and the Oral Proficiency Interview will be referred to as the OPI. This annotated bibliography was developed by AELRC research interns and staff at the Center for Applied Linguistics, in particular Amy Kim, Randi Dermo, Sonya Park, and John Wildes.

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Here Is A Great Feedback, Grading and Rubric Making Tool for Teachers

Here Is A Great Feedback, Grading and Rubric Making Tool for Teachers | Language Assessment | Scoop.it
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education
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LARC/CALPER Testing and Assessment Webinar Series on Vimeo

LARC/CALPER Testing and Assessment Webinar Series on Vimeo | Language Assessment | Scoop.it
LARC at SDSU and CALPER at Penn State (http://calper.la.psu.edu/) are partnering to offer a series of webinars bringing well-known researchers and practitioners…
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La igualdad de oportunidades en las pruebas de certificación lingüística

La igualdad de oportunidades en las pruebas de certificación lingüística | Language Assessment | Scoop.it
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Formative and Summative Assessment Tools for the FLLITE Approach | COERLL

Formative and Summative Assessment Tools for the FLLITE Approach | COERLL | Language Assessment | Scoop.it
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Integrated Performance Assessment (IPA) Center

Integrated Performance Assessment (IPA) Center | Language Assessment | Scoop.it
Welcome to our Integrated Performance Assessment center. What would you like to do? Resources to help create IPAs  Post questions on Discussion Forum Level ONE example pre-test (French)
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The Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (CARLA): Assessment

The Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (CARLA): Assessment | Language Assessment | Scoop.it
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Using the European Language Portfolio > Using the ELP > Understanding the portfolio

Using the European Language Portfolio
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Assessment and Evaluation Language Resource Center | Georgetown University

Assessment and Evaluation Language Resource Center | Georgetown University | Language Assessment | Scoop.it
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Crucial issues in the assessment of speaking and writing (Part 1)

Crucial issues in the assessment of speaking and writing (Part 1) | Language Assessment | Scoop.it
In the last few weeks I have been thinking long and hard about the assessment of the productive skills (speaking and writing), dissatisfied as I am with th
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Investigating the construct measured by banked gap-fill items: Evidence from eye-tracking

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Dynamic Assessment of L2 Development | CALPER at Penn State

Dynamic Assessment of L2 Development | CALPER at Penn State | Language Assessment | Scoop.it
The present paper outlines a theoretical framework for a research program on Dynamic Assessment (henceforth, DA) within in the fields of L2 research, pedagogy and language testing. To achieve this, we will first discuss the theoretical basis of DA in the work of L. S. Vygotsky; next, we will contrast DA with more traditional static approaches to assessment (henceforth, SA) in the general educational and psychological literatures; we will then review the few studies that have been carried out to date on DA and L2 learning and instruction; we will next consider some of the critiques leveled against DA, in particular in its clinical orientation, by those concerned with psychometric principles; finally, we will consider the implications of some recent theoretical and empirical research calling for a closer connection between L2 assessment and instruction in light of our discussion of DA.

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Why use rubrics? (Infographic)

Why use rubrics? (Infographic) | Language Assessment | Scoop.it

This infographic gives you 9 ways to use rubrics in the classroom.

 

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http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=rubric

 


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Gust MEES's curator insight, October 18, 2016 6:20 AM
This infographic gives you 9 ways to use rubrics in the classroom.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=rubric

 

 

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‘Quizzifying’ feedback on error – four ways to spice up the correction of your students’ writing

‘Quizzifying’ feedback on error – four ways to spice up the correction of your students’ writing | Language Assessment | Scoop.it
1.Introduction As my regular readers will know, I am not a fan of traditional explicit error correction (error pointed out and correction provided), as (a) it does not involv
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