You will be required to complete two assessment tasks for each 20 credit module which will be 4000 words in total.
The assessment for each module is in two parts.
- Part 1: submission of the relevant module Work-based Research Tasks and an update of the Work Based Element
- Part 2: a piece of written work
Part 1, the first assessment task will consist of Work-based Research Tasks and evidence for the Work Based Element (WBE). Engagement with academic study and the carrying out of tasks within the workplace will allow you to meet the assessment criteria. Examples of the use of work-based experiences for academic purposes may include focused observations of practical sessions, case studies, informal discussions with pupils, and reflective commentaries.
Part 2, the second assessment will be a coursework submission. For every module you will have a choice of two types of submissions eg: essay or risk assessment plan. This flexible and differentiated approach to assessment will enable you to complete the assigned task according to your interests, your learning style and the needs of your work place. Examples of assessments may include essays, case studies, literature review, annotated bibliography, problem based learning task, writing a report, completing a portfolio, completing a risk assessment, research project, short term plan, generation of lesson resources for teaching and coaching, and planning and evaluating an inclusive multi sports event. Your engagement with the assessment tasks will be supported with group and individual tutorials scheduled for each module.