Certificate of Achievement
has completed the following course:
This three-week course explored how to transform assessment in recognition of complex competencies, examining how The University of Melbourne’s research-based approach to assessment and credentialling is influencing global policy and practices.
3 weeks, 3 hours per week
Director and Enterprise Professor, Assessment Research Centre
The University of Melbourne
- Describe the policy context of assessing and recognising complex competencies
- Define learning ambitions and consider new ways of measuring learner success
- Define complex competencies and how they can be taught, assessed and recognised
- Describe the need for a new grammar of schooling, new learning designs, new assessments and new ways to recognise complex competencies
- Explain the elements and process of assessment design for recognising complex competencies
The three-week course covers the following key themes:
Week 1: New learning ambitions: What will enable students to thrive in the future?
- Global policy and practices
- Teaching and assessing complex competencies
Week 2: New assessments and new standards
- Contemporary approaches to learning, assessment and recognition of complex competencies
- Learning, assessment and recognition design
- It’s all about alignment
Week 3: Making it happen
- Using the University’s assessment platform, Ruby, to assess Agency in learning
- Alignment and the process of change
- Evaluating school/organisation and self
- What have we learnt and where to from here
Issued on 18th September 2023
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