Background to the RelEx project

This website results from a project run within the ECML's (European Centre for Modern Languages) Empowering Language Professionals programme entitled "Classroom Assessment related to the Common European Framework of Reference".

Abstract of the project

The ClassRelEx project aims at assisting teacher trainers at developing training materials enabling teachers to recognize, choose and prepare for classroom assessment that is related to Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) elaborated by the Council of Europe. Responding to a growing need of the users of the CEFR, the Language Policy Division of the Council of Europe has developed a set of procedures and tools to be used in order to establish links between language examinations and the Common Reference Levels of language proficiency in a reliable and responsible way. The objective of the project is to prepare training materials and to run a workshop with participants nominated by the member states of the ECML to train them in applying such procedures and using the supporting tools developed by the experts of the Council of Europe.

Background to the RelEx project

This website results from a project run within the ECML's (European Centre for Modern Languages) Empowering Language Professionals programme entitled "Classroom Assessment related to the Common European Framework of Reference".

Abstract of the project

The ClassRelEx project aims at assisting teacher trainers at developing training materials enabling teachers to recognize, choose and prepare for classroom assessment that is related to Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) elaborated by the Council of Europe. Responding to a growing need of the users of the CEFR, the Language Policy Division of the Council of Europe has developed a set of procedures and tools to be used in order to establish links between language examinations and the Common Reference Levels of language proficiency in a reliable and responsible way. The objective of the project is to prepare training materials and to run a workshop with participants nominated by the member states of the ECML to train them in applying such procedures and using the supporting tools developed by the experts of the Council of Europe.

Aims of the project

The project aims at assisting test developers in the member states of the ECML in their effort to relate national language examinations to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) elaborated by the Council of Europe. Responding to a growing need of the users of the CEFR, the Language Policy Division of the Council of Europe has developed a set of procedures and tools to be used in order to establish a link between local language examinations and the Common Reference Levels of language proficiency in a reliable and responsible way. The objective of the project is to prepare training material and to run a workshop with participants nominated by the member states of the ECML to train them in applying the procedures and using the supporting tools developed by the experts of the Council of Europe.

Aims of the project

The project aims at assisting test developers in the member states of the ECML in their effort to relate national language examinations to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) elaborated by the Council of Europe. Responding to a growing need of the users of the CEFR, the Language Policy Division of the Council of Europe has developed a set of procedures and tools to be used in order to establish a link between local language examinations and the Common Reference Levels of language proficiency in a reliable and responsible way. The objective of the project is to prepare training material and to run a workshop with participants nominated by the member states of the ECML to train them in applying the procedures and using the supporting tools developed by the experts of the Council of Europe.

The project team
José Noijons

Jose Noijons: Coordinator
Dutch Institute for Educational Measurement
The Netherlands
 

Gabor Szabo

Gabor Szabo
European Consortium for the Certificate of Attainment in Modern Languages
Hungary
 

Jana Beresova

Jana Berešová
Trnava University
Slovak Republic
 

Gilles Breton Gilles Breton
Centre international d'études pédagogiques
France 
The project team
José Noijons

Jose Noijons: Coordinator
Dutch Institute for Educational Measurement
The Netherlands
 

Gabor Szabo

Gabor Szabo
European Consortium for the Certificate of Attainment in Modern Languages
Hungary
 

Jana Beresova

Jana Berešová
Trnava University
Slovak Republic
 

Gilles Breton Gilles Breton
Centre international d'études pédagogiques
France 
Acknowledgement

The Relex publication and website result from the work of an international network established within one of the ECML projects. We would like to thank all who worked on Relex, in particular the project coordination team for their motivation and active involvement.
 

Acknowledgement

The Relex publication and website result from the work of an international network established within one of the ECML projects. We would like to thank all who worked on Relex, in particular the project coordination team for their motivation and active involvement.
 

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