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Kenneth Scott Huntley

Accommodating Competency Based Assessment (or why the Gradebook is broken, and what you can do about it)

Content Type: LMS Case Studies and Research

Language: English

Description of Presentation

As an educator and course designer in the VET sector in Australia, many of the units we work with are Competency Based. This means that students do not receive a  traditional grade, either a letter grade or a percentage. Rather students have to prove they are competent in a unit – meaning they can accurately and  repeatedly meet set benchmarks. This is sounds like an easy system to accommodate for in Moodle, but is it really? In this presentation, I will outline the problems with Competency Based Assessment, and provide some details of some of the hacks we’ve used to get around the roadblocks.

Added: Wednesday, 11 May 2016, 8:59 AM
Last Modified: Wednesday, 11 May 2016, 8:59 AM

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