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AI is transforming English language learning and assessment, but it’s essential that teachers understand its limitations to get the very best out of it, according to an expert from Cambridge University Press & Assessment.
Lynn Gold, who has been examining and writing content for Cambridge English exams since 1974, recounted stories from the early days of her career during a recent trip to the archives at Cambridge University Press & Assessment. The visit was organised to mark Lynn’s career spanning five decades.
There are many ways to assess someone’s ability to speak English, but can AI do it reliably?
In a post-pandemic world, with many new ways of delivering English language learning and assessment, inclusive education is more important than ever, writes Dr Hisham AlSaghbini from Cambridge University Press & Assessment.
The Thailand Teachers Council (TCT) has recognised the B2 First qualification from Cambridge University Press & Assessment as proof of English language ability for new teachers.
TIRF - The International Research Foundation for English Language Education - has elected Dr Evelina Galaczi, Director of Research for English at Cambridge University Press & Assessment, as their newest trustee. TIRF promotes effective English language education in multilingual contexts.
AI is a fantastic resource that can enhance English language learning experiences for students all over the world, but it will not replace the teacher - according to an expert from Cambridge.
English teachers and other professionals involved in English assessment are already benefiting from a new Master’s course in English Language Assessment. The Cambridge experts behind the course are more than half-way through delivering a successful pilot and are now gearing up for the next group of students who will join the course in 2024.
This month marks 110 years of the Cambridge English exams. Cambridge University Press & Assessment has been delving into the archives to paint a picture of how much has changed for people learning and teaching English with Cambridge.
The Australian Government Department of Home Affairs has renewed its recognition of the C1 Advanced qualification as proof of English proficiency for all visa programmes. This means that candidates with this high-level English qualification can continue to use C1 Advanced for study, work and migration to Australia.