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Alternative Assessments: Thinking Outside Formal Assessment

When people think of assessment, pencils and bubble sheets may be the first things that come to mind. Assessment does not always have to involve paper and pencil, but can instead be a project, an observation, or a task that shows a student has learned the material. The presenter of this workshop will focus on what alternative assessment is, and types of alternative assessment in an ESL class.


Presented by: Ahu Moser from Literacy Council of Montgomery County

This presentation is a part of the first Maryland Adult Education Virtual Training Institute.


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