Brief classroom assessment instruments, such as asking students to write down the clearest and most confusing points for them in a class session, can be very helpful for collecting a lot of information quickly about student thinking and understanding.
Tous les éducateurs – étudiants, enseignants et chercheurs – ne devraient pas être surpris que le monde de l’éducation aux langues change constamment; mettre en lumière de nouvelles exigences et de nouvelles compétences académiques et de vie.
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The Thinking Skills Assessment (TSA) measures your ability in critical thinking and problem solving, skills which are essential for success in higher education.
En conséquence, en tant que tel, impliquer les étudiants dans ce rôle actif est la base pour les cultiver à compter sur eux-mêmes en évaluant leur amélioration de manière autonome et finalement inciter leurs capacités de pensée critique.
Undoubtedly all educators -teachers, researchers, and graduate students agree that the world of language education is changing consistently; bringing to light new demands and new academic and life skills.
The types of question included in the computer-based version are the same as those found in the paper-based test.
Developing appropriate testing and evaluation of students is an important part of building critical thinking practice into your teaching.
Please click on the links below to find information about taking TSA for admission to the following universities, including which courses it is needed for and how to register and prepare for the test.
TSA Cambridge A computer-based version of TSA is also available, and some institutions may require you to take this.