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New designs for recognition of learning

In this video, Sandra Milligan will help you explore what’s new about recognition of learning.

In this video, Sandra Milligan will help you explore what’s new about recognition.

The Assessment Research Centre has been leading international research informing teaching, assessment and recognition of complex competencies. The keys to good recognition are trust and utility.

Recognition is the process of using assessments to determine and certify the degree to which an individual has attained a particular level of competence, in a report or a credential.

Milligan, S. K., Luo, R., Hassim, E., & Johnston, J. (2020, September 7). Future-proofing students: What they need to know and how to assess and credential them. (p. 19) Melbourne Graduate School of Education, the University of Melbourne.

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Measuring What Matters: Transforming Assessment and Recognition of Complex Learning Competencies

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