. ، problem و review…

فهرست عناوین اصلی در این پاورپوینت

فهرست عناوین اصلی در این پاورپوینت

در حال حاضر فهرست عناوین برای مطالب این اسلاید پاورپوینت استخراج نشده است!!!
فایل پاورپوینت را با استفاده از دکمه های رنگی زیر می توانید دانلود کنید

نوع زبان: انگلیسی حجم: 0.2 مگا بایت
نوع فایل: اسلاید پاورپوینت تعداد اسلایدها: 5 صفحه
سطح مطلب: نامشخص پسوند فایل: pptx
گروه موضوعی: زمان استخراج مطلب: 2019/06/08 12:24:13

لینک دانلود رایگان لینک دانلود کمکی

اسلایدهای پاورپوینت مرتبط در پایین صفحه

عبارات مهم استفاده شده در این مطلب

عبارات مهم استفاده شده در این مطلب

., assessment, problem, audience, review, real, point, employment, datum, world, task, student,

توجه: این مطلب در تاریخ 2019/06/08 12:24:13 به صورت خودکار از فضای وب آشکار توسط موتور جستجوی پاورپوینت جمع آوری شده است و در صورت اعلام عدم رضایت تهیه کننده ی آن، طبق قوانین سایت از روی وب گاه حذف خواهد شد. این مطلب از وب سایت زیر استخراج شده است و مسئولیت انتشار آن با منبع اصلی است.

https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/uploads/production/document/path/2/2537/Dimensions-of-a-Work-Integrated-Assessment.pptx

در صورتی که محتوای فایل ارائه شده با عنوان مطلب سازگار نبود یا مطلب مذکور خلاف قوانین کشور بود لطفا در بخش دیدگاه (در پایین صفحه) به ما اطلاع دهید تا بعد از بررسی در کوتاه ترین زمان نسبت به حدف با اصلاح آن اقدام نماییم. جهت جستجوی پاورپوینت های بیشتر بر روی اینجا کلیک کنید.

عبارات پرتکرار و مهم در این اسلاید عبارتند از: ., assessment, problem, audience, review, real, point, employment, datum, world, task, student,

مشاهده محتوای متنیِ این اسلاید ppt

مشاهده محتوای متنیِ این اسلاید ppt

‘real world’ problem data set an overall real world problem supported by real world data purely academic learning might require a theoretical problem in order to test a theoretical understanding. in employment though problems tend to be very real and the data that you need to work with rarely comes in coherent standardised forms. it is usually in messier formats that need to be interpreted to be of use. using a real world problem and real world data helps to develop skills in analysis interpretation and evaluation. multiple assessment points move to a more distributed pattern of assessment consider introducing ‘surprise’ points assessments are often delivered in the form of one summative assessment e.g. an exam or essay at the end of a period of formal learning. in employment however ‘assessment’ or evaluation points tend to occur frequently. in addition timing is often out of individual control and consequently it can be necessary to juggle competing tasks at short notice. using multiple assessment points helps to develop reflective thinking whilst ‘surprise’ points support task prioritisation. varied audiences aim to set explicit audiences for each assessment point in higher education the audience for an assessment is implicitly the academic that sets it who will naturally be already aligned in some way with the course and or module. this contrasts with employment where the audience can be peers but is more often the client or another external third party with different values priorities and expectations. having to think for a different audience on an assessment provokes greater reflective thinking and requires new types of synthesis. light structure lightly structure the overall assessment reward student approaches most thinking on assessment suggests that there should be explicit guidance to students concerning how and where marks are attained. however in employment part of the challenge for the individual and or team is the structuring of the work that needs to be completed. tasks need to be identified processes decided and priorities allocated. using a light structure approach encourages students to plan tasks and goals in order to solve a bigger problem strengthening their project management and prioritisation skills. peer self review include peer and or self review explicitly in the assessment process typically the review of assessments i.e. feedback in formal education is only provided by teaching staff. in employment however much of the review process comes in multiple forms e.g. informal peer feedback from colleagues formal and informal reviews from clients and self review of personal performance. including peer and or self review explicitly within an assessment helps students to develop critical thinking skills and encourages articulation and evidencing. collaborative working create teams of students from the outset encourage collaboration many forms of assessment require working alone yet employment invariably requires some form of collaboration and team work and often with unknown and perhaps even challenging individuals. encouraging students to work collaboratively and in teams improves their ability to negotiate and discuss and develops their understanding of team roles and role flexibility. for more information contact richard osborne r.m.osborne@exeter.ac.uk project blog available at http blogs.exeter.ac.uk collaborate designing a work integrated assessment the concept of a work‐integrated assessment is an assessment where the tasks and conditions are more closely aligned to what you would experience within employment. collaborate project bringing together staff students and employers to create employability focused assessments enhanced by technology module co ordinator year ۱ analysis time audience problem data collaboration structure review design time audience problem data collaborati on structure review evaluation time audience problem data collaboration structure review module co ordinator year the concept of a work‐integrated assessment is an assessment where the tasks and conditions are more closely aligned to what you would experience within employment. ‘real world’ problem data set an overall real world problem supported by real world data purely academic learning might require a theoretical problem in order to test a theoretical understanding. in employment though problems tend to be very real and the data that you need to work with rarely comes in coherent standardised forms. it is usually in messier formats that need to be interpreted to be of use. using a real world problem and real world data helps to develop skills in analysis interpretation and evaluation. multiple assessment points move to a more distributed pattern of assessment consider introducing ‘surprise’ points assessments are often delivered in the form of one summative assessment e.g. an exam or essay at the end of a period of formal learning. in employment however ‘assessment’ or evaluation points tend to occur frequently. in addition timing is often out of individual control and consequently it can be necessary to juggle competing tasks at short notice. using multiple assessment points helps to develop reflective thinking whilst ‘surprise’ points support task prioritisation. varied audiences aim to set explicit audiences for each assessment point in higher education the audience for an assessment is implicitly the academic that sets it who will naturally be already aligned in some way with the course and or module. this contrasts with employment where the audience can be peers but is more often the client or another external third party with different values priorities and expectations. having to think for a different audience on an assessment provokes greater reflective thinking and requires new types of synthesis. light structure lightly structure the overall assessment reward student approaches most thinking on assessment suggests that there should be explicit guidance to students concerning how and where marks are attained. however in employment part of the challenge for the individual and or team is the structuring of the work that needs to be completed. tasks need to be identified processes decided and priorities allocated. using a light structure approach encourages students to plan tasks and goals in order to solve a bigger problem strengthening their project management and prioritisation skills. peer self review include peer and or self review explicitly in the assessment process typically …

کلمات کلیدی پرکاربرد در این اسلاید پاورپوینت: ., assessment, problem, audience, review, real, point, employment, datum, world, task, student,

این فایل پاورپوینت شامل 5 اسلاید و به زبان انگلیسی و حجم آن 0.2 مگا بایت است. نوع قالب فایل pptx بوده که با این لینک قابل دانلود است. این مطلب برگرفته از سایت زیر است و مسئولیت انتشار آن با منبع اصلی می باشد که در تاریخ 2019/06/08 12:24:13 استخراج شده است.

https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/uploads/production/document/path/2/2537/Dimensions-of-a-Work-Integrated-Assessment.pptx

  • جهت آموزش های پاورپوینت بر روی اینجا کلیک کنید.
  • جهت دانلود رایگان قالب های حرفه ای پاورپوینت بر روی اینجا کلیک کنید.

رفتن به مشاهده اسلاید در بالای صفحه


پاسخی بگذارید

نشانی ایمیل شما منتشر نخواهد شد. بخش‌های موردنیاز علامت‌گذاری شده‌اند *