REAL Doc with Michelle Stabler-Havener
Studies in Applied Linguistics & TESOL (SALT) is hosting an
Interdisciplinary Working Session
at our next
REAL Doc Zoom & Learn
with Michelle Stabler-Havener
March 25, Friday 10:30am-11:30am (EST)
Title: Examining Language Teachers’ Responses to Assessments That are Part of a Video-Recorded, Professional Development Event
Data for this session are part of Michelle’s research, which investigates the effect of embedding different types of assessments into a video-recorded lecture on language teachers’ recall and reported application of the instruction presented. This session will focus on comparing study participants’ responses across different types of embedded assessments and on a final assessment task.
Michelle Stabler-Havener is a doctoral student in Applied Linguistics, second language assessment track, at Teachers College, Columbia University, and a Senior Instructional Designer at Educational Testing Service. She has over twenty-years of instructional experience, which includes developing and facilitating teacher training courses and workshops in the U.S., India, China, Thailand, Nepal, and Bangladesh. She was a Senior English Language Fellow for the U.S. Department of State, serving at the Regional Institute of English, South India, and was a Doctoral Teaching Fellow at Teachers College. Her research interests include language assessment literacy, instructional design, teacher professional development, and classroom-based assessment.
REAL Doc Zoom & Learn is a forum sponsored by the Studies in Applied Linguistics & TESOL (SALT) journal and dedicated to doctoral student research in education and applied linguistics.