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What does ‘integrated assessment’ entail?
« on: August 22, 2015, 02:42:49 PM »
What does ‘integrated assessment’ entail?

The concept of integration applies both to the learning and assessment process of a learning programme, as you can see below. Consult the SAQA document “Criteria and Guidelines for Integrated Assessment” for more examples and a fuller discussion on this aspect.

Integration can take place in various ways, for example:
• Using one learning/assessment activity for more than one outcome
• Using one learning/assessment activity for more than one unit standard
• Integrating the critical outcomes with the specific/learning outcomes in learning and assessment activities
• Teaching and assessing both theory and practice within the same activities
• Using a big assessment task eg. a project to integrate all the outcomes which learners have dealt with throughout the learning period.
• Assessing across learning areas.
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