Dr Victoria Clark is currently the British Council Assessment Development Manager for East Asia. She holds two Master’s degrees in Applied Languages and in TEFL and has received her PhD in Applied Linguistics from the University of Reading, England. She has published several books and has presented in many parts of the world. She worked as an EFL teacher and teacher trainer before specialising in language assessment. She has worked on many projects designing, developing and researching high-stakes tests.
Dylan Burton has worked in education and language assessment for over 13 years. His work has taken him from the USA to Japan, Spain, and finally China, where he works at the British Council in Beijing as an assessment consultant. He has worked with a wide range of Cambridge and British Council exams as a language teacher, examiner, and presenter. He is currently completing an MA in language testing through Lancaster University with research interests in speaking assessment, rater cognition and language assessment literacy.
Itje Chodidjah an independent educator. Her main activity is teacher training. She got her doctoral degree from English Education Program from UPI Bandung and her Master degree from University of Warwick England. Her experience on assessment was started when she was doing her final paper for her MA degree with title "Why test if we can assess?". She has 35 years of experience in teaching and training and her interests include materials development, assessment, and professional development.