In this unit, you will integrate your trade/disciplinary knowledge with knowledge and skills about learning and assessment, to design a learning encounter in a vocational education or school setting. You will engage with peers in developing frameworks for learning and tools for assessing that are relevant to your trade/discipline/profession, and you will apply these in a real-life setting. This unit is a threshold unit in the final year of your B.Ed (Applied Learning) which qualifies you for full teacher registration to lead vocational education in schools and senior colleges across Australia. This unit is routinely offered as advanced standing for students who have completed a Cert IV qualification.
*Note: based on Cert IV (AQF4) equivalence leading to B.Ed (Applied Learning) CLOs (AQF7). Students who have completed a Cert IV qualification (TAE40116) assessed by an Australian accredited Registered Training Organisation or TAFE will gain credit for this unit.
|Unit name||Teaching and Assessing in Vocational Education|
|College/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
Faculty of Education
|Coordinator||Mrs Sarah Hallowell|
|Available as an elective?||No|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
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- Design assessment activities and processes, including validation of assessment of competence
- Assess levels of student competence
- Design and develop assessment tools
- Apply and reflect on assessment design knowledge and skills in a realworld context, incorporating group-based learning
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|Assessment||Plan (20%)|Report (30%)|Portfolio (50%)|
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