The integrity of the University’s grades and credentials is fundamental – Core Principle 5 exemplars

LTSE Major Projects Good Practice Project Good Practice Resource Bank The integrity of the University’s grades and credentials is fundamental – Core Principle 5 exemplars

The integrity of the University’s grades and credentials is fundamental – Core Principle 5 exemplars

The following exemplary practices demonstrate our shared commitment to high quality learning and teaching at JCU by aligning with at least one of the Core Principles of JCU’s Learning, Teaching and Assessment Policy.

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Consensus moderation in a second year Bachelor of Education subject

School of Education, Dr Michelle Lasen. Watch Video (15 mins) and Introduction.
Core activities; background and processes; cross-campus participation within the moderation process

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Self reflection on teaching practice

School of Law, Ms Keta Roseby. View Article.
Sessional Award Recipient; bridging the gap between learning the law and practicing it; addressing assessment criteria; provision of examples of high distinction submissions