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So the third criterion that you're
going to use to assess your colleague's assessments is focusing
on Engagement Strategies. So whether they've discussed the
strategies that they plan to use to engage their students in either their online
activity, assessment, or resource, and whether they provide
any evidence to support it. So the first standard, referring to not
addressed, like the other criteria, if they don't answer this question at all,
if it's blank or they don't really talk about Engagement Strategies at all, then
you would pick this particular standard. Now I have a situation where
they might have actually chosen some strategies to use and
they might have discussed things. If they'd actually said, my role is
going to be, that I'm going to engage my students in using a blog activity by
ensuring that they are setup with their blog, that they understand why reflective
practice using a blog is important. And I'm going to make it
clear to them that this is a particular skill that they need to
develop when they enter the workforce. And it's a particular skill that
employers would be looking for. That's one way of engaging
the participants, making the activity an authentic task,
something that develops skills that will really help them when
applying for a future job. So they've talked about that strategy, but they might have not actually
provided any evidence to support it. So no evidence from the literature or
from the videos, from the MOOC or even from their colleagues' experiences. Very much just, this is the strategy
I've chosen, and they've described it. If that's the case, then you would
select the Developing Standard. Now if they've discussed the particular
strategy and they've said what it is. And they've also provided evidence for,
where it came from. So whether it was from some of
the case study videos in module seven, or rather it was from a colleague's
experience, or colleagues sometimes have mentioned something in
the discussion forums, in the MOOC. So referring to actual evidence
to support the particular engagement strategy by saying,
my colleague has done this successfully so I will or I read this somewhere here. That shows some evidence
behind the strategy used and that would be when you
select the Achieve Standard. Now the final standard is
the Outstanding Standard. And this one is really looking at how
extensively they've discussed their student engagement strategies. So while the achieved one is really much
whether they identified what that strategy is, and as the example I gave,
making sure students are aware that it aligns with what they might be doing
when they enter the workforce. The Outstanding Strategy
is looking at more depth into that type of strategy to be used. So, it's really getting
into much more depth. More discussion in terms of
the strategies that are being used and also, they still need to
provide examples of evidence. So perhaps in this particular, standard,
you're also looking at how much evidence they've provided around the literature,
the videos, the colleagues’ experiences, so just like the previous one,
which was the Achieve Standard, you want to make sure that there is some
sort of evidence, whatever that may be. It might be a colleague's experiences,
it might be the case study videos, but they have actually articulated and
referenced or cited some sort of evidence
to support their strategy. But just to make sure that
this particular standard is, if you're pretty confident after
reading their strategy, that this is a strategy that will be successful for
their engagement of their students. And you feel that you have read or seen,
if it's a video that they've provided, enough detail to really make you
understand what that strategy is. The Achieve Standard,
just to make it clear between the two, the Achieve Standard is when you might
still not be fully clear on the full details of how they would be engaging
their students with the activity, assessment, or resource, but the
outstanding one is when you feel pretty confident that you have fully
understood the details behind it. It's really looking at, do you feel
that you've had enough evidence from the purchase of [INAUDIBLE] Assessment? Do you feel that they provide enough
detail in depth to their response that an Outstanding Standard could be applied?

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