Collaboration in Language Testing and Assessment

Ildiko Csepes (Redaktør) ; Dina Tsagari (Redaktør)

Serie: Language Testing and Evaluation 26

The Guidelines for Good Practice of the European Association for Language Testing and Assessment (EALTA) stress the importance of collaboration between all parties involved in the process of developing instruments, activities and programmes for testing and assessment. Les mer
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The Guidelines for Good Practice of the European Association for Language Testing and Assessment (EALTA) stress the importance of collaboration between all parties involved in the process of developing instruments, activities and programmes for testing and assessment. Collaboration is considered to be as important as validity and reliability, providing a crucial prerequisite for responsibility and respect for students. The papers, covering a range of topics that consider both realities and prospects of collaboration, were originally presented at EALTA conferences from 2008 to 2010.

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Contents: John H.A.L. de Jong: Foreword - Riikka Alanen/Ari Huhta/Scott Jarvis/Maisa Martin/Mirja Tarnanen: Issues and Challenges in Combining SLA and Language Testing Research - Jamie Dunlea/Neus Figueras: Replicating Results from a CEFR Test Comparison Project Across Continents - Karin Vogt: Adaptations of CEFR Descriptors to Local Contexts - Carole Sedgwick: Co-operation in Europe: 'Local' Practices and 'Global' Requirements - Carole Thomas: Working with the CEFR: The Bilkent Linking Project - Gudrun Erickson/Lisbeth Aberg-Bengtsson: A Collaborative Approach to National Test Development - Gyoergyi Egyud/Zoltan Kiszely/Gabor Szabo: Comparing the Hungarian School-Leaving Examination with International Language Examinations - David Newbold: Local Institution, Global Examination: Working Together for a 'Co-certification' - Slobodanka Dimova: Matura's Rocky Road to Success: Coping with Test Validity Issues - Anders Johannessen Fikke/Hildegunn Lahlum Helness: Synergies and Tensions in Computerised Language Testing - June Eyckmans/Winibert Segers/Philippe Anckaert: Translation Assessment Methodology and the Prospects of European Collaboration - Laura Sadlier()/Beppie van den Bogaerde/Joni Oyserman: Preliminary Collaborative Steps in Establishing CEFR Sign Language Levels - Anne Dragemark Oscarson: Collaboration in Understanding Results - Selfassessment of EFL Writing - Lisbeth M. Brevik/Eli Moe: Effects of CLIL Teaching on Language Outcomes.

Om forfatteren

Dina Tsagari is a lecturer in Applied Linguistics/TEFL at the Department of English Studies at the University of Cyprus.
Ildiko Csepes is also a lecturer in Applied Linguistics/TEFL at the Institute of English and American Studies at the University of Debrecen (Hungary). They have both taught, researched and published extensively in the field of language testing and assessment.