AdministratorJune 18, 2023 at 5:25 pm
Ceren, thank you for the question. The evaluator role is best in connecting abstract conceptualization with active experimentation. This means the educator plays a role in using abstract concepts to empower learners to take measurable action in real life. This requires performance standards referencing those abstract concepts. For example, if you teach English, you can use the CEFR Common European Framework of Reference for Languages as a standard and help your learners understand their level. Then support them to set timely goals related to their real-life needs. You can provide feedback and help them make self-evaluations. By practicing this kind of approach, you can master your evaluator role in your programs.