EUROPEAN SURVEY OF LANGUAGE TESTING AND ASSESSMENT NEEDS
Report: Part two – regional findings
Ari Huhta (Centre for Applied Language Studies, University of Jyväskylä)
Tuija Hirvelä (Centre for Applied Language Studies, University of Jyväskylä)
Jayanti Banerjee (Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster
This website forms the second part (Part 2) of the report on the EALTA survey
on language testing and assessment and the need for further training. This report
presents more detailed results of the survey and thus complements the overall
picture given in Part 1 of the report by Hasselgren, Carlsen and Helness (2004),
which is accessible from the EALTA website. It is useful to compare and contrast
the contents of Part 1 and 2 of the survey report so that the readers can more
easily locate the information they are interested in:
Part 1 covers all three versions of the survey questionnaire; Part 2 (i.e.
this part) focuses on the first version (Questionnaire 1, or the language
teachers’ questionnaire), which was filled in by the biggest number
of respondents. Thus, information on the teacher trainers’ and language
assessment professionals’ Questionnaires can only be found in Part 1.
However, information about the bacground of all the respondents to the survey
can be found in this Part 2.
Part 1 gives an overall picture of results; Part 2 presents more detailed
results in terms of the regions of Europe, sometimes also at the level of
Part 2 presents more details on
the individual language testing / assessment activities (current engagement
/ past training / need for training).
the background of the respondents and the relationships, if any, of
the respondents' background with their perceived need for training.
Survey Report Part 2 can be accessed via the following links: