Critical Question Presentation Kelly Wilkins S0185099

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Published on October 9, 2009

Author: kellywilkins

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This presentation is for my Principles of University Learning course at CQU. It aims to answer the critical question - Should group tasks be included in tertiary education? Is the grading for these types of assessments fair?

Should group tasks be included in Tertiary assessment? Is the grading for group assessments fair? Kelly Wilkins – S0185099

Encarta Online Encyclopedia (2009) states that Assessment is “.. generally, to make a judgement on a person or situation based on available evidence. Educational assessment is similarly concerned with making judgements about student achievement and progress, although the evidence used has not always been the most reliable. Recently the purposes of assessment have also come to encompass encouraging the process of learning as well as measuring its outcomes—assessment for learning as well as assessment of learning. In this respect, a difference should be noted between what might be termed traditional “examinations”—usually timed, written tests taken under controlled conditions—and “educational assessment”—which can be carried out by a variety of means, including the collection of evidence of routine student performance produced under ordinary classroom conditions. Thus, assessment is generally taken to involve a more holistic and rounded set of activities than simply sitting one-off final examination papers.” Should group tasks be included in tertiary assessment? Is the grading for group assessments fair?

Should group tasks be included in tertiary assessment? Is the grading for group assessments fair? By completing group tasks students learn valuable life long skills such as:- negotiating, reporting, facilitation, communication, questioning, reporting, judging and assessing

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