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Unit Standard No.12164Page 15

Assignments

Aural/oral tests

Case studies

Completion questions

Examinations/tests

Extended response question

Grid questions

Log books

Matching questions

Multiple response questions

Oral questions

Personal interviews

Practical exercises/demonstrations

Portfolios

Projects

Questionnaires

Restricted response questions

Role plays

Simulations

Short answer questions

Structured questions

What does a typical assessment process look like?

The assessment process

The assessor designs the assessment by selecting the appropriate methods, instruments and designing the appropriate materials

The assessor informs the learner about the requirements for the assessment

The assessor reaches an agreement with the learner on how the evidence is to be collected and presented

The assessor explains the roles and responsibilities of the learner with regard to his/her assessment

The assessor conducts the assessment and collects the evidence

The assessor makes a judgment about the evidence against the criteria of the unit standard

The assessor provides feedback to the learner with regard to the assessment decision

The assessor competes the administration according to established requirements

The assessor evaluates the process

The learner has the right to appeal if he/she is not satisfied with the outcome of the assessment and the explanations provided.  

7. What is a portfolio of evidence?

A portfolio is a collection of different types of evidence relating to the work being assessed. It can include a variety of work samples.

It is important that the evidence in the portfolio meets the requirements of sufficiency and currency.

INSMAT final materials31/10/03

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