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The purpose of this handbook is to assist teaching staff in implementing Deakin University’s strategic policy direction by scaffolding authentic assessment practices.

The key objective is to provide a succinct and concise reference handbook for assessment strategies to realise Deakin’s vision of ‘empowering learners for the jobs and skills of the future’. The handbook provides comprehensive guidelines for choosing appropriate authentic assessment methods to align with Deakin University’s Graduate Learning outcomes (DGLO2 to DGLO8).

The handbook is a work-in-progress document and will be revised based on the latest research and development in this area and feedback from staff members. If you have any feedback or comments for improving this handbook, please contact Bhavani Sridharan (bhavani@deakin.edu.au) or Jamie Mustard (jamie.mustard@deakin.edu.au).

 

To access the handbook, please click here

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