Assessment “matching game”

I have been using WISC Online for online games and objects for a while now, this time I thought I would have a go at making my own (very basic!) game.  Have a go!  Or share with students. What do you think ?

Assessment Matching Game

This is not done as part of an e-learning program or via Moodle or Blackboard, rather, a stand-alone item which I could insert in e-learning (SCORM package) or use as suits the situation.  In this case just building a few items to have on hand.

 

A picture is worth…

a thousand words or in this case many cliches.  See image below by John Atkinson, Wrong Hands1.wordpress.com.  He has some great illustrations which perfectly explain things vividly in one image – have a look.  You can visit and use his work, he asks for a donation on usage.  I showed this to my training group when we were talking about language and literacy – in particular cultural and topical references.

problematic idiomatic attic pic

Trainers, teachers, educator friends – sharing something about “special needs”

Haven’t put this down on paper before – a little scary – here goes – So you’ve never had a learner with special needs

added “how to…” videos

I have added two “how to…” videos and will add more as I find them or make them.

How to…locate a unit of competency (I have prepared)

How to…do a powerpoint 2010 presentation (mullinsj08, Windows Tutorials youtube)

Validation example clip

When using National Training Packages to train and assess staff we “validate” qualification units and their assessment kits (review and check).  Often done face-to-face with a team of validators (who may be assessors, quality managers, assessment designers, trainers or others with a stake in the RTO providing compliant documentation and processes).

Attached is a light-hearted example of how these often kick off (though costumes are not usually necessary!)

RPL Interview Example

Here are two clips – Intro of RPL Interview and then the remainder and close (Part 2).  This is to give TAE students an idea of how it goes.  This is a free (and fairly limited) animation program (Plotagon)…it is intended to give you an idea (rather than be a cinematic masterpiece!).

RPL Interview begins

RPL Interview (Part 2)

 

More LLN items

Adding some extra items re LLN.  One is a form I devised myself – after finding that many of my participants spent longer trying to locate ACSF tools at Levels 4 and 5 than it might take to create their own.  If you have also found this, or have some ideas and items for assessing LLN core skills at levels 4 and 5 please let me know – I would love to see them.

Generic LLN Assessment_for shared use

Example Trigger Words Glossary_from IBSA