The National Foreign Language Resource Center (NFLRC) in collaboration with the North Carolina Virtual Public School (NCVPS) offered a professional development series titled “Assessment in Online Language Courses” for online language instructors nationwide. The purpose of this series was to introduce instructors to the concepts, principles, and best practices for designing and conducting assessments in online language courses.
The series consisted of five 2-hour webinar sessions covering ten topics.
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You can access this webinar by clicking on the above link. This is a series of free webinars hosted by edWeb.net and in this occassion, it was presented by Dr. Sue Brookhart on October 28th, 2015.
My takeaways were:
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My favorite part of this list is that it has been reviewed by teachers in the trenches and it also includes sections on:
Without any further ado, enjoy these resources on the right-side bar labeled: Tech Tools for Formative Assessments or the ones below curated by Alicia Leonard:
Other tools that I personally use are:
I personally use it to provide personalized feedback (oral or written) for whenever I can't meet 1:1 with each of my students in class.
It also integrates perfectly with Google Drive!
You can use your all time favorites: YouTube, TeacherTube, Vimeo and many, many more!
Check out this review!
... and to give it a try, click on the icon to your left!