Adapting to Online English Exams

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How have learners, teachers and schools adapted to online English assessments? Representatives from higher ed, language centers, and K-12 schools will discuss how they adapted to a hybrid environment after two years of normalizing online testing and placement.


Donald Moen
Donald Moen is a professor in the Language Institute at the Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology in Ottawa, Canada, and President of TESL Canada. He holds degrees from The University of Western Ontario (Ed.D.), University of Calgary (M.Ed.), University of Alberta (M.A.), and the University of Victoria (B.A.). He has taught in various parts of Canada, China and South Korea. His research interests include Intercultural Communication, Educational Technology, Online Education, and Educational Leadership.
Jennifer Phillips
Jennifer Phillips is the Director of WESLI (Wisconsin ESL Institute), an organization that works to prepare students to be collaborative leaders in their chosen academic and professional environments in the US and abroad, through Academic English preparation and Teacher Training, based in Madison, Wisconsin. A graduate of University of Wisconsin – Madison and University of Southern California, Rossier School of Education (MA TESOL), she has lived in Ecuador, Thailand and New Zealand, working in the fields of Community Development, Curriculum Design, ESL Teaching and Faculty Development. Along with serving on the board for EnglishUSA and the Wisconsin District Export Council, Jennifer is the current Chair of Study Wisconsin, the state consortium of Universities, as well as Leading Change, an organization working towards bringing transformational change to African countries through education.
Christina Cavage
Christina Cavage is the Curriculum and Assessment Manager at the University of Central Florida (UCF) for all Global English programs, where she also serves as the site coordinator for UCF’s CEA Self-Study Team. Over the course of her 30-year tenure in ESL, she has served as an ESL Coordinator, ESL Director, Department Chair and Dean at the community college and university level. Ms. Cavage is an active member of EnglishUSA and TESOL, and has served on TESOL’s Professional Development Council as well as an interest section leader. Ms. Cavage has authored over 3 dozen textbooks, and is a regular presenter at local, state, regional, national and international conferences.
This panel is hosted by Ian Wright
Ian Wright is the inaugural Director of BridgeUniverse, Bridge Education Group’s media, research and news division. Wright spearheads efforts to fill the gap in the understanding of trends and opportunities in the rapidly growing English Language Teaching (ELT) industry. He brings over 20 years of education industry knowledge, university leadership, and consulting experience in international education and student enrollment management, including Director of International Admissions at LIU Post, Director of Partnerships at World Education Services (WES), and University Relations Manager for Prodigy Finance.

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