TEASIG is a professional body for the needs and interests of members of IATEFL in connection with testing, evaluation and assessment in all areas of English language teaching. TEASIG aims to connect teachers and experts worldwide
TEASIG is a part of IATEFL, so in order to become a member of TEASIG you first have to become a member of IATEFL and select TEASIG as your special interest group during the registration process.
This site is your door to TEASIG and your way of connecting to people, resources and ideas across our fields.
Join TEASIG and find out more!
Neil Bullock and Ceyda Mutlu, TEASIG Coordinators
Next TEASIG webinar:
9th October 2018 1700 (UK) / 1800 (CET) – ‘To test or not to test – ESP vocabulary as a separate focus?‘
We are pleased to announce the next TEASIG webinar with speaker Caroline Hyde-Simon from Zurich University of Applied Sciences.
More details coming soon on the Upcoming Events page.
Next TEASIG event:
1st & 2nd November 2018 – London, UK
‘Technology for teachers in assessment – the immediate future’
We are pleased to announce the TEASIG autumn seminar and workshops hosted by Pearson English in London.
Plenary speakers will be:
David Booth – Integrated skills testing and automated scoring – where are we going?
Larry Davis & Veronica Timpe Laughlin – Assessing spoken interaction: How can technology help?
Rose Clesham – Teaching to the test- construct relevant and irrelevant approaches
Aylin Ünaldi – Automatic Text Analysis in Reading Research and its use in Reading Assessment
Latest TEASIG event: TEASIG at IATEFL Brighton 9-13 April 2018
Latest TEASIG webinar
The most recent TEASIG webinar was led by Charalambos (Harry) Kollias on 11th September: “Assessment methods: The pros and cons and associated challenges”.
Access the webinar recording here.
IATEFL TEASIG runs a spotlight of one or two members in each issue of the newsletter. If you would like to be “interviewed”, just answer the questions on the Newsletter page and send your answers to the Newsletter Editors. TEASIG Member Spotlight features will be included in forthcoming issues.