COD 2023 - D921

Webinar: Assessing Literacy and Phonics: Evidence of Learning

Teachers, coordinators, head teachers at primary level involved in literacy

1 sessions, start: 01-Nov

Course detail

Year: 2023
Level: Distance
Language: English
Status: No Vancancy
Lugar: Distance
Facilitator/s: Ms. Grace Vilar
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ESSARP Schools
Free of charge
Exams Schools
ARS 4500.00
Non affiliate
ARS 4500.00


Sessions Dates Start Finish
1 01 November 2023 05:30 pm 07:30 pm


Grace Vilar

Grace is a highly accomplished English teacher with extensive experience in the classroom and leadership positions in bilingual schools in Argentina. With 30 years of teaching experience, she has honed her expertise in Phonics and Literacy. She regularly travels to the UK to collaborate with renowned Phonics and Literacy experts, staying up-to-date with the latest methodologies.

Grace's passion for Synthetic Phonics is evident in her role as a Synthetic Phonics Trainer and her certification as an expert in the field. She also serves as an Educational and Literacy Consultant, offering valuable advice and delivering training sessions in various countries including Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Brasil, Mexico, Ecuador, and Peru. Her expertise extends to both private and state schools.

Notably, Grace is an esteemed member of the IFERI Committee (International Foundation for Effective Reading Instruction), where she contributes her insights and knowledge to advance effective reading instruction globally. Additionally, she is an Associate of Educators International, actively volunteering overseas for the Department of Education UK.

Grace's contributions extend beyond teaching and consulting. She has authored the acclaimed Spanish Phonics Programme, "Alfabetizacion en español," providing valuable resources for literacy development in the Spanish language.

Overall, Grace's wealth of experience, commitment to Phonics and Literacy education, and global involvement make her a highly respected and influential figure in the field.
Teachers, coordinators, head teachers at primary level involved in literacy
To explore, know and learn about the assessment process in the literacy process: What and how to assess, collecting evidence of learning. We will develop how to help children with learning difficulties.
What do we mean by assessment? Diagnostic, formative and summative assessment
What are we going to assess?
Learning objectives versus assessment criteria.
How will we assess?
Evidence of learning.
How to identify and help children with difficulties?
Differentiation in the classroom
Assessment tools and activities.
Rubrics, collecting data and information.
This will be an interactive webinar where we will analyse, explore and come to conclusions about the assessment process. The Zoom platform will be used.
Trainer's notes on the Wakelet platform.
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