|Learning and Teaching in Practice|
|Course Guide||Introduction & overview | Coordinators | Teaching approach | Assessment portfolio|
Information about the assessment requirements, including grading criteria, can be found in the Course Outline For your assessments, you are asked to set up and develop an eportfolio (also called a digital portfolio). This will need to be accessible to the facilitator for feedback and marking, and ideally shared with other participants in the course. If you do not wish to make your work public, you will need to advise the course co-ordinator who will provide you with email addresses so you can invite others to view your eportfolio.
For formally enrolled participants - formative feedback will be given on the development of the portfolio work throughout the course.
You may wish to view this Exemplar portfolio by Katrina Le Cong. Google Sites was used to set up this eportfolio.
The Portfolio Activities are a mix of formative and summative assessment that you complete at the end of a module. All the Portfolio Activities must be completed at the end of each module, and added to your eportfolio to pass the course. However, as indicated on the Course Outline, only the outputs from three Portfolio Activities are marked and given a grade.
You may use a mix of media (e.g., text, audio, video, images and diagrams) for your outputs. See the Study desk for detailed information about the Portfolio Activities for each module.