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Teaching Strategies and Assessment in a Mixed-Ability Classroom

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Wednesday, June 12, 2024

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12:00 PM Europe/Paris

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Agenda

Teaching mixed-ability classrooms, or differentiated instruction, is the practice of taking individual differences into consideration when designing lessons and assessments. It requires acknowledging different learning characteristics and tailoring teaching to meet students’ individual needs.

In this webinar, we will provide teachers with insights into teaching strategies and assessment for classrooms of young learners representing mixed levels and abilities. We will also talk about how the TOEFL Primary® and TOEFL Junior® tests can be instrumental in identifying these differences in students’ learning needs, strengths and areas of improvement to deliver effective instruction.

By attending this webinar, you will learn more about:

  • identifying individual learning differences and preferences
  • adapting teaching and assessment to students’ individual learning needs
  • creating a safe learning environment for mixed-ability classrooms.

Karina Anvarova

Karina Anvarova is a Senior sales manager at ETS Global, focusing on the TOEFL Young Students Series. She has a Master degree in Teaching Foreign Languages from Saint Petersburg University in Russia and a Master degree in International Business & Relations from University of La Rochelle in France. 
Karina is enthusiastic about young learners including their learning path and educational successes, as well as the digitisation of education and its' impacts on young learners. Running several projects for young learners and offering expertise on assessment literacy and data usage, she is working closely with the ETS’ research team and TOEFL Young Students Series program in Princeton USA. Karina actively contributes in schools' educational success. 

Sena Elibal İçuz

Sena Elibal İçuz is an ELT Coordinator at ETS Global. She is responsible for the outreach to the ELT community, offering expertise in the TOEFL iBT® test, delivering teacher training sessions and creating content. Previously, Sena worked as a university EAP instructor teaching at preparatory English programs and general English programs along with her other academic and administrative duties. She holds BA and MA degrees in English language and literature, and credentials in ELT. She is passionate about teacher professional development and increasing quality in ELT.