2018 CTLE Spring Workshop Series:
March 7 @ 12:15 pm - 1:30 pm
|Details of the workshop|
|Date||7 March 2018 (Wednesday)|
|Time||12:15 – 13:30|
|Venue||E3-1032 (Interactive Learning Space 1)|
|Speakers||Prof. Chris Carl HALE|
*Refreshments will be provided for registered participants.
*An equivalent of 1 hour of professional development.
As educators search exhaustively for ways to make students more active and engaged in their own learning, self-assessment has emerged as a possible solution. In addition to enhancing student autonomy, agency, and metacognitive awareness of learning, it is a way to encourage critical thinking and responsibility—two major tenets of Active Learning, and traits that will serve students well in their lives after graduation. This talk will aim to conceptualize the effectiveness of self-assessment within the greater context of the English medium liberal arts university in East Asia, and present a practical approach to student assessment by examining data from CLIL-based classrooms.
Chris Carl Hale, Ed.D. is Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Global Communication and Language at Akita International University, Japan and formerly the Academic Director of the Tokyo Center of the New York University (NYU) School of Professional Studies (SPS). He has taught undergraduate and graduate courses related to language acquisition and teacher training in the United States and in Japan for over 20 years. He is also an avid DJ and techno music producer.