|1.||Critically analyse diagnostic, formative and summative assessment tasks that are used by teachers and professional teams to report on the learning outcomes of students with diverse abilities;|
|2.||Critically review assessment methods including standardised tests, student work samples and teacher observation tools and their impact on learners;|
|3.||Evaluate how teachers and professional staff make reasonable adjustments on assessment tasks to accommodate the specialised needs of individuals who have a disability; and|
|4.||Create and present an innovative assessment strategy.|
|Literature Review||Literature review on existing assessment approaches||20%|
|Report||Propose an assessment approach and its impact on a student/s with a disability||45%|
|Presentation||Summary of report and peer feedback||15%|
|Review||Peer review of assessment approach and tool||20%|
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