New York State Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages - Event Information


Event Name:A Joint Panel Discussion Co-hosted by NYS TESOL and B-MEIS: "Should we expand or diminish the role of assessment for multilingual learners"
Description:This panel discussion is inspired by an article titled Multilingual Mysteries: Should we expand or diminish the role of assessment for multilingual learners at https://www.cal.org/cal_blog/multilingual-mysteries-should-we-expand-or-diminish-the-role-of-assessment-for-multilingual-learners/ (published by Center for Applied Linguistics). In the article, the author asked:
 
“If we shift our view of assessment to reflect a teaching and learning paradigm, can we then broaden the reporting of what our students can accomplish?”
 
To examine the intersections between equity and assessment for multilingual learners in our collective effort to move towards inclusive assessment practices, this panel aims to unravel the complexity of this issue through juxtaposing diverse perspectives in practitioner friendly terms and make recommendations on future directions.
 
**** We welcome you to contribute questions to be considered for the panel discussion. Submit your questions here for a chance to win a complimentary registration for the Virtual Part of the NYS TESOL Annual Conference, November 3, 2022. The Call for Questions closes on July 20, 2022.
 
PANELISTS
Dr. Laura Ascenzi-Moreno (Associate Professor and Department Chairperson
Childhood, Bilingual and Special Education, Brooklyn College)
Dr. Luciana de Oliveira (Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Graduate Studies and Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University)
Dr. Jamie Schissel (Associate Professor at University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
Dr. Aída Walqui (Director, Teacher Professional Development Program, WestEd)

Event Date:9/6/2022
Event Time:4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Eastern
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