Principles Of Assessment In Lifelong Learning

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UNIT TITLE: 007 Principles of assessment in lifelong learning
LEVEL 3 (3 credits)

Learning OutcomesThe learner will: | Assessment CriteriaThe learner can: | Learner statement | 1. Understand types and methods of assessment used in lifelong learning | 1.1 | Explain types of assessment used in lifelong learning | Assessment can be Formative and should take place continually throughout my learner’s time to allow for development, by simply asking them questions and observing their actions can help give on-going feedback to enable my learner to develop further before a summative assessment takes place. And it can also be Summative and usually takes place at the end of the program or unit or at the end of the qualification.Formative
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| Witness testimony | Can provide evidence to establish consistency in a candidates practice It can also evidence events which are difficult to plan and observe.With one of my learners when I was observing them I couldn’t get an observation to show them dealing with problematic customers so this was a way I could get the evidence as her manager had witnessed it | It’s difficult to check validityAnd sometimes it’s hard to get the managers to do it due to time. | Personal statements | It’s a reflective account on what they doIt’s great when you are struggling to get the evidence through other approaches | They could extend the truth Authenticity could be questioned | Recognising prior achievement. | Prior learning or achievement can be academically acknowledged allowing them to receive credit from previous qualifications | It may be out dated or not relevant. | | 2. Understand ways to involve learners in the assessment process | 2.1 | Explain ways to involve the learner in the assessment process | Sometimes the candidate may be included in the assessment process, by writing up personal statements. We may get the learner to write a personal statements as it gives the candidate their account on what we need to know and we would use it where we can’t get the evidence in any other form. Candidates will also be used when we are doing guided discussions;