Writing to demonstrate curriculum learning in assessment tasks presents significant challenges for many learners.
|Presenter name||Dr Sally Humphrey|
|Title of Workshop||Assessment: Making criteria explicit in writing rubrics|
|Description of Workshop||Writing to demonstrate curriculum learning in assessment tasks presents significant challenges for many learners. Rubrics can be very important ways of articulating success criteria, however, to be effective, they must be informed by a coherent metalanguage, which makes the distinct expectations of curriculum learning transparent and accessible. This practical workshop explores how both generic and subject specific metalanguage can be used in rubric descriptions to make curriculum success criteria more visible to learners. In the workshop we work with the authentic tasks and existing rubrics that participants bring and develop principles that can be adapted and shared for robust, reliable rubric design.|
|NESA Accreditation (Proficient, Highly Accomplished, Lead)||Proficient|
|Cost||$150 (excluding GST) per session|
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