Posts Tagged ‘Assessment’

How to survive, and make the most of, your DELTA or similar course #ELTchat Summary 15/02/2013

Wednesday, February 20, 2013 18:30 3 Comments

On the 15/02/2013 teachers from across the world met to discuss my suggested topic “How to survive and make the most of your DELTA (or similar course)” A topic I had chosen as I am about to start my DELTA (having been persuaded on a previous #ELTChat) and having seen Sandy Millin reflect on her issues and struggles on her […]

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What steps are part of the process of designing a syllabus? What knowledge & skills do teachers need? Summary of #ELTchat 25/01/2012

Tuesday, February 7, 2012 22:43 4 Comments

Summary of #ELTchat on January 25th 2012, 21.00 P.M. GMT By Toula Sklavou/@toulasklavou I recently completed and passed my Delta Module 3 assignment which involved designing a syllabus for a one-to-one exam prep course, so I felt that I would be able to contribute to this #ELTchat in a positive way and share my research […]

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Dogme & Formal Assessment – the Odd Couple #ELTchat Summary 09/11/2011

Wednesday, November 16, 2011 20:30 No Comments

This summary was contributed by Davied Petrie, alias @teflgeek and was first posted on his blog. It is reproduced here with his permission Thanks, David!!!    The original topic was  “Reconciling dogme and an unplugged approach with situations where formal assessment plays a key role in student motivation”, rather long for a blog post title, […]

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How can we Persuade Students What is Realistic for their Level #ELTchat Summary 31/08/2011

Friday, September 2, 2011 23:10 1 Comment

This is the summary of the #ELTchat on 31st of August 20111 12:00 P.M. BST   Moderators for this chat were @Marisa_C, @barbsaka (who had trouble with Tweetdeck and whose attention/attendance was therefore intermittent), and @esolcourses (guesting – much to the relief of @Marisa_C, in view of @barbsaka’s problems). Introduction   This was widely agreed […]

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