Introduction to Case Studies
These case studies show a range of approaches to developing online assessment by both teams and individuals.
|Case Study 1:
The Security Toolbox team at West Coast college, Western Australia, used a problem solving approach to make the learning and assessment authentic to the learner.
|Case Study 2:
using a virtual workplace
|The team at WestOne, Western Australia developed a Retail Toolbox, designed for a younger learner. Their assessment tasks included a virtual workplace, collaborative tasks via the discussion group and workplace based tasks.|
|Southwest Institute of TAFE in Victoria developed online training and assessment resources for the School Services Officer (SSO) Accredited Training Program.|
|Case Study 4:
real and model workplaces
|The team at E-learn Western Australia developed the Retail Certificate II - Sell products & services. They combined online assessment with practical assessments in real or model shops and businesses.|
|Case Study 5:
|The Graduate Certificate in Flexible Delivery, at Swinburne University TAFE Division in Victoria, included a fully online assessment model using portfolios and workplace based tasks.|