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Interactive Assessment in an ESL Classroom by Mind Map: Interactive Assessment
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Interactive Assessment in an ESL Classroom

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1. School-Based Assessment in Hong Kong

Assessment for Learning (Black & Wiliam, 2004)

10 AfL Principles

Assessment Reforms in 2005

Introduction to SBA, 2007

Aligning Assessment with Curriculum Reform, 2008

SBA Handbook, 2009

4. Teacher as Mediator

Vygotsky, 1978

'mediated assistance'

'more capable partner'

Campione, 1989

Swain, 1984

'bias for best'

Lantolf & Poehner, 2004; 2005

Interventionist Approach

Interactionist Approach

Wiliam, 2005

'Move learners forward'

Rea-Dickins, 2006

'nurturing' language development

Davison, 2007

'partners in the assessment process'

Leung, 2007

'a pro-learning form of assessment'

'joint accomplishment'

5. Impact on Student Learning

6. Teacher Capacity-Building

2. 'New' Notion of Feedback

Stiggins, 1998

'educative assessment'

Wiggins, 2004

'assessment as feedback'

Cowie, 2005

'feed-forward'

3. What is 'interactive assessment'?

1. What is 'Interactive Assessment' (IA)? 2. How is IA understood in Hong Kong secondary schools? What do local English teachers know and now know about IA? 3. What are the factors that influence teachers' ability to assess interactively? What do teachers (not) focus on during the assessment? Why (not)? 4. What does effective IA look like in the ESL classroom in Hong Kong mainstream schools? What are the models of good practice of IA in enhancing learner performance in the linguistic and cognitive domains? 5. What is the relationship between teachers' use of IA strategies and student learning? How can the impact of IA be maximised? What are the implications at the teacher, team and school-based levels?