In episode 23, Stacey asks Paul Sandrock, Director of Education at ACTFL, about performance assessment. Why should teachers use performance assessment, how does it work, and what resources does ACTFL have to help?
The transcript for this episode provided by PEARLL.
Check out the episode guide here.
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You can find Paul Sandrock online…
…on Twitter @psandrock
Some ACTFL resources mentioned on the show…
…NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements: https://www.actfl.org/publications/guidelines-and-manuals/ncssfl-actfl-can-do-statements
…Virtual Learning Modules (browse through the full Learning Catalogue): https://www.pathlms.com/actfl/courses
…Guiding Principles for Learning Languages (a series of brief papers to explain the What – Why – How – Find Out More of core practices: https://www.actfl.org/guiding-principles
…ACTFL Presentations at Regional and Other Conferences (touching on proficiency and assessment): https://www.actfl.org/about-the-american-council-the-teaching-foreign-languages/resources/presentations
6 thoughts on “We Teach Languages Episode 23: Performance Assessment, Can Dos, and ACTFL resources with Paul Sandrock”
This was so helpful for using actfl.