Work-based Assessment (WBA): Exploring Critical Issues and Sharing Solutions

Work-based Assessment (WBA): Exploring Critical Issues and Sharing Solutions

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National Forum, Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI)

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Teaching & Learning

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Assessment & Feedback

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CC BY

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Video

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Work based assessment

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This WBA webinar is the first in a webinar and national symposium series hosted by the National Forum and QQI.

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This webinar explores what is understood as WBA in the Irish context, focuses on the shared assessment challenges and opportunities across the different contexts and discusses some key practice insights on WBA before inviting participants to highlight critical issues to probe further.

This WBA webinar is the first in a webinar and national symposium series hosted by the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in partnership with Quality Qualifications Ireland (QQI),

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