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Using the ELN Self-Assessment Tool

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Last updated 06 June 2017 12:59 by NZTecAdmin


Using the ELN Self-Assessment Tool

The guidance on how to use the ELN Self-Assessment Tool consists of three parts.

The first part describes a range of scenarios in which the ELN Self-Assessment Tool can be used and which questionnaires are to be used for each scenario.

The second part assists users with organising and facilitating a self-assessment activity using the questionnaires.

The third part applies to one particular scenario only, in which an individual educator self-assesses the embedding of literacy and numeracy in their own teaching, for the purpose of identifying their strengths and areas for improvement.

Except for the scenario described in the third part, self-assessment using the ELN Self-Assessment Tool is always meant to be a group activity, as it is the conversation and exchange of experiences, evidence and ideas that generate the judgements and the actions for improvement.




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