An analysis of assessment methods in practice-based vocational education: Is memory-based assessment valid for vocational students?

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Singh, Niranjan
Vellore Ranganathan, Sanjeev
Saifoloi, Malama
Tawaketini, Jone
Kudin, Roman
Bakmeedeniya, Anura
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2021-12
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New Zealand
vocational education
students
assessment
memory-based assessment
learning differences
learning styles
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Singh, N., Vellore Ranganathan, S K., Saifoloi, M., Tawaketini, J., Kudin, R. & Bakmeedeniya, A.(2021, December). An analysis of assessment methods in Practice-based vocational education: Is memory-based assessment valid for vocational students?. Paper presented at the Rangahau Horonuku Hou - New Research Landscapes/ 2021 Unitec/MIT Research Symposium, Virtual.
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Self evaluative culture Current practice RESEARCH QUESTIONS • Do the current assessments methods in vocational education institutes meet learner abilities? • Are learner abilities and learning styles considered in the assessment methods? • Are there any international practices that can be used as a model to improve assessments in trades-based vocational education? Literature review Methodology Findings Discussion Opportunities for improvement Conclusion References
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