Thursday November 18, 4-5pm
Online Panel Discussion
What does effective assessment look like? How do we give feedback that shows students their strengths and assists them to improve? How is assessment practice changing to meet current research?
In this session, we looked at the big and small questions about assessment and reporting as it applies to EAL teaching and learning in primary and secondary schools. VicTESOL assembled a panel of primary, secondary and new arrivals teachers, as well as department and university representation to take part in a broad discussion.
The panel includes:
Anna-Lise Wallis, EAL Unit, Department of Education
Prachi Patkar, Noble Park English Language School
Sarah Martin, Blackburn English Language School
Tahnee Dwyer, Dandenong High School
Ute Knoch, Language Testing Research Centre at the University of Melbourne
The panel was hosted by Michelle Andrews, Preston North East Primary School.
Some Resources from the session:
DET EAL Resource Diagram
Dandenong High School Example