ACD Session No: 395 : Formative Assessment Techniques for Classroom Concluded on Saturday, October 7 2017

Formative assessment is an alternative approach to the traditional summative assessment that dominates our classrooms. Formative assessment can be used as a potentially constructive tool for learning and teaching. The principles of feedback and feedforward underlie this assessment that provides multiple benefits such as learners’ autonomy, enhanced motivation, more conducive learning environment and team work to name a few. However, formative assessment is not used extensively in our classrooms because teachers are either unaware or untrained. This workshop is intended to acquaint the teachers with the day-to-day classroom activities that they can integrate within their classroom teaching to assess their students as well as to modify their instructions without spending hours in grading.

 

Venue                                                                                                                       Date & Time

SPELT House:  101 First Floor Plot No. C-28 Khe-Ittehad,                                 October 07, 2017

Lane 12 Phase II Ext. D.H.A, Karachi                                                                     3:00 to 5:00 pm

 

 

Admissions open

Internationally Recognized!

In-service Certificate in English Language Teaching(ICELT)

Cambridge University U.K

Limited seats available. Last date for the registration 14thApril 2014

 

 

Sonia Kazim                                                                                                      

Academic Coordinator, 2016-17

SPELT Working Committee,

Karachi

soniyakazim2@gmail.com

 

 

Facilitators

Ms. Almas Ashraf is a Lecturer (English) at Government Karachi College for Women, Karachi and a Visiting Faculty at NED University of Engineering and Technology. She holds an MS degree in Applied Linguistics from Humanities, NED university of Engineering and Technology. She has also been a part of NLP Research Project 1 (Urdu Text to Speech) as a Junior Linguist. She has a rich experience of teaching higher secondary, graduate and postgraduate courses. She is also an active researcher with several paper presentations and workshops to her credit.

Date and Time

Saturday, October 7 2017