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Assessment 2: Aligned subject learning outcomes extract
Before undertaking any task, it’s super-helpful if you know what you need to get out of doing it. The aligned subject learning outcomes and professional standards and competencies reveal a great deal.
Aligned subject learning outcomes:
- If you look at the green highlights in the aligned subject learning outcomes, you can see the content words (or main ideas) for the assignment is self and how it impacts on personal experiences and professional practice.
- The yellow highlights are like task words for an assignment. They tell you what you will need to 'do' for the assignment - critically reflect and write.
Aligned professional standards and competencies:
The aligned professional standards and competencies reference section headings and numbers within the AASW Practice Standards, so they haven't been highlighted. However, it's easy to infer how important an understanding of self would be for social worker compliance with the standards.
Click the aligned outcomes and standards table to enlarge the image, or refer to your WS1006 subject outline.
Assessment 2: Marking criteria extract
The assignment marking rubric tells you exactly what you will be marked on. The highlights demonstrate a strong connection to your aligned subject learning outcomes.
- The green highlights show that you are connecting to ideas of self relating to personal experience and professional practice
- The yellow highlights shows what you have to do for the assignment - critically reflect and write
- The blue highlights provide insight on the academic skills you will use - connecting experience to WS1006 concepts, writing and referencing.
Click the rubric to enlarge the image, or refer to your WS1006 subject outline.
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