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Present a case for an interest group Prepare a committee briefing paper for a specific meeting Book review (or article) for a particular journal Write a newspaper article for a foreign newspaper Comment on an article’s theoretical perspective
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Generic learning outcomes Assessment types that can align with the skills sets of intended Learning Outcomes Solving problems and developing plans (Identifying problems, posing problems, defining problems, analysing data, reviewing, designing experiments, planning, applying information) Problem scenario Group work Work-based problem Prepare a committee of enquiry report Draft a research bid to a realistic brief Analyse a case Conference paper (or notes for a conference paper plus annotated bibliography) Performing procedures and demonstrating Techniques (Computation, taking readings, using equipment, following laboratory procedures, following protocols, carrying out instructions) Demonstration Role play Make a video (write script and produce/make a video) Produce a poster Lab report Prepare an illustrated manual on using the equipment, for a particular audience Observation of real or simulated professional practice Managing and developing oneself (Working co-operatively, working independently, learning independently, being self-directed, managing time, managing tasks, organising) Journal Portfolio Learning contract Group work Accessing and managing information (Researching, investigating, interpreting, organising information, reviewing and paraphrasing information, collecting data, searching and managing information sources, observing and interpreting) /td> Annotated bibliography Project Dissertation Applied task Applied problem Demonstrating knowledge and understanding (Recalling, describing, reporting, recounting, recognising, identifying, relating and interrelating) Written examination Oral examination Essay Report Comment on the accuracy of a set of records
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Generic learning outcomes Assessment types that can align with the skills sets of intended Learning Outcomes Devise an encyclopaedia entry Produce an A–Z of ... Write an answer to a client’s question Short answer questions: True/False/ Multiple Choice Questions (paper-based or computer-aided assessment) Add or edit to a Wikipedia article Designing, creating, performing (Imagining, visualising, designing, producing, creating, innovating, performing) Portfolio Performance Presentation Hypothetical Projects Communicating Express learning in poetry Communicating (One and two-way communication, communication within a group, verbal, written and non-verbal communication. Arguing, describing, advocating, interviewing, negotiating, presenting, using specific written forms) Written presentation (essay, report, reflective paper, etc.) Oral presentation Group work Discussion/debate/role play Participate in a “Court of Enquiry” Presentation to camera Observation of real or simulated professional practice - resources/further-readings 25. Why is trialling assessment tools important?
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