On Friday the 1st of June, we welcomed HEIA National President Kay York to present a seminar and workshop on "Aligning Assessment with Evidence".
Kay unpacked the importance of firstly giving students a learning intention and then teaching them the language and concepts of higher order thinking. With this comes the success criteria and how it can be effective. Success criteria are not a completed worksheet, a submitted assignment, participation, viewing a powerpoint, etc. These are how they demonstrate the success criteria!
NB You will find the links to Kay's PowerPoint and Booklet at the end of this report.
We also had 2018 King and Amy O'Malley Award recipient, Brittany Johnson from Flinders University, presenting her research about families and dietary choices. We learnt a lot in a small amount of time.
We were treated to the most beautiful hospitality of Regency TAFE, who produced some delicious and hearty meals with some delightful sweets and patisseries!
We would also like to thank CEASA for their Sponsorship of this event, which allowed us to keep the costs to a minimum.
Thank you to all who attended!
Click on the links below, to refer to copies of Presentations and Documents used at the conference.