The basic principles of outcomes-based assessment
- It is based on national standards or specific outcomes
Learning outcomes are assessed.
The assessment practice needs to be relevant to the specific outcomes.
Assessment must be valid, fair, authentic and consistent.
- suitable to the performance being assessed,
fair, and should not inhibit or interfere with performance,
integrated with work or learning,
manageable in terms of available resources,
sufficient and efficient.
- • valid and fit for purpose,
• direct and collected from activities during actual performance
• authentic, so that the evidence judged can be attributed to the person being assessed,
• sufficient to establish that all assessment criteria have been met, and that performance to the required standard could be repeated with consistency.
Require evidence of