University of Northampton, UK
BAAL TEA SIG is holding a one-day conference on the theme of Innovations in English for Academic Purposes (EAP) assessment.
The BAAL TEA SIG invites proposals for this event related to the main theme and covering one or more of the sub-themes below. (These sub-themes are intended to capture major areas of interest but are not intended as an exhaustive list. Proposals on other aspects of the main theme, Innovation in EAP Assessment, will also be considered).
Integrating EAP teaching with assessment
Assessment literacy training for teachers in EAP programmes
Language testing theory and EAP teaching practice
EAP program reform: integrating assessment in design, implementation, and program evaluation
The role of assessment in EAP support: pre-sessional and in-sessional provision
We hope to build on the successful TEA SIG events over recent years, and encourage EAP practitioners with an interest in assessment as well as language testing researchers and professionals to attend and share ideas and experiences.
FORMAT & SUBMISSION DEADLINE
Prospective participants are invited to submit an abstract to email@example.com, by Friday, December 30, 2016. Proposals should be submitted as a Microsoft Word attachment of no more than 250 words (the word limit is included as a review criteria). Proposals will be accepted for presentations of 30 minutes—20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for Q&A—or posters. All submissions must contain the following information: at the top of the submission, above the abstract.
Title: 15 words maximum
Presenter information: Full name and title (Title + First Name + FAMILY NAME). The first author listed will be used as the main contact point for notification from the organizing committee, and will be responsible for notifying any co-authors. For each presenter, please include Occupation (e.g. researcher, teacher, student—PhD, Masters, etc.); Institutional affiliation; Contact (email address)
Abstract submission deadline: Friday 30 December 2016
Acceptance notification: Friday 20 January 2017
Registration begins: Monday 30 January 2017
Provisional programme: Monday 30 January 2017
We gratefully acknowledge the generous financial support of the British Council for this event.
Chihiro Inoue (BAAL TEA SIG Communications Officer)