As part of our 21st Century School Programe with the British Council programme, we organized a series of Education dialogues, which will help you connect with colleagues from Albania and Kosovo and share your experience. 

On June 26, 2020 we organized a live session on the topic: "Student assessment with the help of digital tools". As teachers, we have often heard and used some digital tools for the benefit of the learning process as well as to help the assessment process of our students. During this period of pandemics caused by COVID-19, March-June, schools were in front of the fact that learning had to take place through ICT, the internet, and digital platforms. In these conditions, it is important to provide some valuable guidelines for creating online classrooms in support of distance learning and teaching, presenting:

  1. The most used digital platforms for creating online classes, subject management, presentation of teaching materials and student assessment.
  2. The most widely used digital teaching tools for real-time learning via the internet, scheduled day after day in support of the school lesson timeline.
  3. The most widely used digital tools for knowledge control and students evaluation through online dating and real-time results reports via the internet.
  4. How can these various internet-based digital platforms and instruments, provided free of charge, help the teachers to support and improve the distance learning process.

We tried to answer all these questions in our session. 


Moderator Majlinda Mazelliu

Moderator Majlinda Mazelliu - National Project Coordinator, 21st Century Schools Project, British Council Kosovo. Majlinda is responsible for managing all implementation steps of the '21st Century Schools' Project in Kosovo.

Veton Xhelili

Veton Xhelili – is a business developer and lecturer in the high professional schools of ICT Cacttus Education in Prishtina. He studied in the University of Prishtina in the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering and has completed trainings and certifications of level administrator from world known brands such as Cisco, Microsoft, Oracle and CompTIA. 

MSc. Helga Sallaku

MSc. Helga Sallaku - is the Director of Information and Communication Technology in the Municipality of Shkodra and lecturer in the Department of Mathematics and Informatics at the University of Shkodra "Luigj Gurakuqi ". She has completed a Master of Science in Advanced Information Systems at the University of Tirana and has a long experience in the field of teaching at the university level since 2008. She also has a long experience in the field of designing and managing professional study programs at the pre-university and university level as well as the assessment methods with the integration and support of digital tools.