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|Title: ||Episode 3: Alfredo Artiles on testing culturally and linguistically diverse learners.|
|Authors: ||Artiles, Alfredo J.|
|Issue Date: ||23-Apr-2009|
|Publisher: ||IRIS Center (Vanderbilt University)|
|Series/Report no.: ||The IRIS Center|
|???metadata.dc.subject.lcsh???: ||Multicultural education|
English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers
Educational tests and measurements
|Description: ||Includes descriptive metadata provided by producer in M4A file: "The IRIS Center - The IRIS Center - Podcasts - Episode 3: Alfredo Artiles on testing culturally and linguistically diverse learners. - Alfredo Artiles discusses issues that might come up when teachers use standardized tests with English learners. He also shares his thoughts about reading instruction for these students.
Questions asked Alfredo Artiles in this audio:
Professor Artiles, can you talk a bit about some of the issues related to ecological validity that instructors should be aware of when they test English learners?
And what about culturally relevant text? Is using this kind of text the most effective way to increase student reading skills?"|
|Appears in Collections:||The IRIS Center|
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