Key principles and practices of learning-oriented language assessment - Summer Course 2022

Key principles and practices of learning-oriented language assessment – Summer Course 2022

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Data do Curso:
17 a 19/01 das 14h00 às 16h00

Docentes:

Dra. Gladys Quevedo Camargo

Isadora Moraes

Estogildo Gledson Batista

Valor: R$300,00

Formato:
6h síncronas via meets

Objetivos do curso:

  1. Conceitos gerais e avaliação e desenvolvimento de tarefas avaliativas 
  2. Critérios, descritores e desenvolvimento de rubricas
  3. Encorajando avaliação por pares e autoavaliação.

Docente:

Gladys Quevedo-Camargo holds a BA in English Language and Literatures from PUCSP, MA and PhD in Language Studies from the State University of Londrina, and conducted post-doctoral studies on language assessment at the University of Campinas. She also holds the RSA/DELTA (Diploma in English Language Teaching to Adults). Since 2013 she has worked at the Department of Foreign Languages and Translation at the University of Brasília – UnB, both with undergraduate and graduate students. She is a member of the International Language Testing Association (ILTA), founder and currently member at large of the Latin American Association for Language Testing and Assessment (LAALTA) and a member of the BrazTesol Assessment Special Interest Group.

 


Isadora Moraes is a PhD candidate at the State University of Londrina and part-time professor at the same institution. Her research focuses on the areas of language assessment literacy and teacher education. She is a member of LAALTA (Latin American Association for Language Testing and Assessment), volunteer at ILTA (International Language Testing Association) and a member of Braz-Tesol’s Assessment Special Interest Group.

 

 

 



Estogildo Gledson Batista is a PhD candidate at the State University of Londrina and a professor in the Modern Languages Department at the State University of Maringá. He is interested in the areas of learning-orientated language assessment. He has been working as an English language teacher for nearly 15 years and holds the Celta certificate (Cambridge University). He works as a speaking and writing examiner for international awarding bodies and is a member of Braz-Tesol’s Assessment Special Interest Group.

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