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Main presenter
Dr. Deliang MAN
Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (Guangzhou, China)
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Dr. Meng Huat CHAU Universiti Malaya
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Dr. Krishnavanie SHUNMUGAM Universiti Malaya
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Presentation title
Assessment feedback in remote teaching during COVID-19: A case study of teacher beliefs and practices
Presentation abstract
Informed teaching consists of a coherent set of teacher beliefs and practices. However, it is not always an easy task to put into practice one’s beliefs for reasons of real-life constraints and challenges in one’s teaching context. This is particularly true when teachers have to adopt a completely unfamiliar way of teaching in their transition from the traditional face-to-face mode to an abrupt remote teaching mode. This paper reports on a study which aimed to explore teacher beliefs and practices regarding assessment feedback in remote teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic. Based on interviews and feedback comments of a university lecturer as a case study, the study showed how the lecturer prioritized the motivational role of feedback in her teaching to provide the necessary emotional support for her students. It was also found that while she had a strong belief in the value of different sources of feedback including peer feedback, she did not implement peer feedback for practical reasons. The findings of the study suggest how teacher beliefs might not always translate into practice and indicate factors that contributed to that. Implications for feedback practices are considered.
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assessment feedback, remote teaching, translation education, teacher beliefs
Training language teachers in e-learning environments
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Deliang Man
Submitted: Sunday, 19 September 2021, 11:37 PM [JST]
Modified: Saturday, 18 December 2021, 2:00 PM [JST]
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