Classroom-based Assessment in L2 Contexts
This edited volume addresses issues that promote the notion of Classroom-based Language Assessment (CBLA) for the academic community and beyond. The book explores recent thinking and research on CBLA within the fields of language testing, assessment and general education based on theoretical and research papers presented at the recent CBLA SIG – EALTA Symposia held in Cyprus and the pre-conference EALTA workshops in various countries around Europe. The volume contains 17 chapters which involve both high-stakes tests and classroom-based assessments conducted by academics, professionals and researchers in the field. It brings together high-quality submissions that cover a gap in a research area that has long been in need of theoretical and empirical attention. Overall, this edited collection, with its international scope, offers a ground-breaking resource, bringing together in balanced relationship the fields of education and second language testing and assessment.
Dina Tsagari is Assistant Professor in Applied Linguistics/TEFL, Department of English Studies, University of Cyprus. Her main research interests are language testing and assessment, teaching/learning, learning difficulties, teacher training and materials design/evaluation. She has taught and conducted research in Hong Kong, Cyprus, and Greece, and various other European countries. Dina is the author and editor of several volumes, journal papers, and book chapters. She is also the coordinator of the Classroom-based Language Assessment SIG – EALTA, and is currently principal investigator of a research project on second language assessment literacy.
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