2.1. Summative assessment grid Type of Assessment Word Count or equivalent Threshold (if Professional Body-PSRB applies) Weighting Pass Mark Indicative Submission week Method of Submission & Date of Feedback (refer to BB) Academic and Personal Development Portfolio N/A N/A 100% 40 Week 14 Submitted on Turnitin, feedback with 15 working days of due date Assessment (insert below type of assessment as per the table above) Teaching Weeks in which Assessment Support Takes Place (enter each week no. in a new row) Outline of Type and Form of Assessment Support to be Provided Student Preparation Required Prior to or After the Support Session How will the Support Session to be Delivered A1: Portfolio Wk 2, 3 Importance of reflective writing discussion and formative feedback Prepare a written draft for formative feedback and discussion Formative/written feedback. Wk 5 Discussion of assessment criteria and online/face-to-face formative feedback Design personal development plan draft. After the support session, modify PDP based on formative feedback Review PDP design 2.2. Assessment brief including criteria mapped to learning outcomes There is one summative assessment comprising three parts: Part A – Reflective Journal (40%) Part B – Personal Learning and Development Plan (30%) Part C –Interview (30%) This assessment will take place over weeks 8, 11, 12, 13. Students will formatively submit the reflective journal in week 8 and the personal learning and development plan in week 11; there will be opportunities to obtain formative feedback on these. You will then have an interview with your tutor in weeks 12/13 to which you will have to bring your reflective journal with completed sections for each week and your completed personal learning and development plan. You will then submit both the reflective journal and the personal learning and development plan via Blackboard at the end of week 14. The grade for this assessment will be based on fulfilling all three parts of the assessment. Formative assessment will take place in weeks 8 and 11 Summative assessment will take place in weeks 12/13 You must achieve a minimum mark of 40% to pass the module and achieve 20 academic credits at Level 3. For guidance on online submission of assignments, including how to submit and how to access online feedback, please refer to the UWL Blackboard studenthelp pages at: http://www.uwl.ac.uk/blackboardhelp 3. Assessment Breakdown 3.1. Assessment 1 Part A – Reflective Journal Starting from week one, you will keep a weekly journal of what is discussed, what skills are learnt from each session and what you can do to further improve on and develop these skills. Students will be provided with a template, made available on Blackboard, on which to record journal entries. This journal will be submitted, via Blackboard, for formative feedback at the end of week eight. This feedback will provide you with the opportunity to improve your work before final submission in week 14. Weighting: 40% Learning Outcomes Assessed: LO1 to take account of your strengths and weaknesses as a foundation level learner and address your learning needs LO2 To take appropriate action to become an effective learner, appropriate to foundation level Date/time/method of submission: Formative submission via Blackboard at the end of week 8. The exact date will be confirmed on Blackboard. Word count or equivalent: 1200 words (plus or minus 10%) Assessment criteria: Assessment criteria Appropriate introduction to text Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of topics covered Assessment of own strengths/weaknesses and address learning needs Ability to provide suggestions for self-improvement Ability to organise and structure text Ability to use style appropriate language Ideas are appropriately concluded 3.2. Assessment 1 Part B and C – Personalised Learning and Development Plan This assessment will take place in weeks 11, 12, and 13. Students will formatively submit, via Blackboard, a written Personal and Academic Development Plan in week 11 on which there will be an opportunity to obtain feedback. They will then have a recorded Interview with their tutor in weeks 12/13; this will be a discussion of their academic and personal development. Students must bring their completed reflective journal and personal learning and development plan to this interview for discussion. The reflective journal and personal learning and development plan must be submitted, via Blackboard, at the end of week 14.
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