Workshop: What’s Hot and What’s Not in Testing: Testing and Assessment of University Students

  • 28. dubna 2022
    9:30 – 12:30

16 participants

workshop capacity

4 hours


26. 4. 2022

deadline for applications

Oh no, yet another test! Is this your reaction? Are you unsure how to go about designing tests properly and would you like to find out?
In this workshop we will look at the latest trends in testing and assessing university students. Starting with the basic principles of testing, we’ll examine different types of tests from both learner and teacher perspectives, and try and dispel the myth held by educators and students that testing is a necessary evil!

Workshop is free of charge. The workshop is open to MU teachers and PhD students.

The workshop is planned as a face-to-face. Only in case the face-to-face form is not possible due to university regulations, the workshop will be held online.

Venue: room 328, Komenského náměstí 2, Brno

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Mgr. Linda Nepivodová, Ph.D.

Linda Nepivodova works at the Department of English and American Studies at the Faculty of Arts (MU) and the Department of English Language and Literature at the Faculty of Education (MU). She specializes in testing and methodology of foreign language teaching. She also examines Cambridge Main Suite Exams and is a certified lecturer of the international CELTA program. She has long been involved in the training of future English teachers and the development of good quality language tests.

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