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IPT 2010 Assessment program audit tool Assessment program audit toolFor Authority subjectsIPT 2010 Assessment program audit tool The audit tool enables schools to compare their assessment program with minimum syllabus requirements and to consider amending their programQueensland Curriculum & Assessment AuthorityJuly 2014 Page 2 of 2r1668 Rebranded July 2014Information Processing and Technology (IPT) 2010The purpose of this audit tool is to enable schools to compare the requirements of their assessment program with the minimum assessment requirements of the syllabus, and to subsequently consider possible amendments to their school work program.Assessment instruments required in Year 12 (including objectives and dimensions assessed)Conditions required by the syllabus, e.g. word length, time, genreSchool assessment instruments (including objectives and dimensions assessed)Conditions in school work programVariationsRefer to syllabus verification and post-verification requirementsRefer to the syllabus assessment sectionRefer to the schools approved work programRefer to the schools approved work programHow does the schools assessment program differ from syllabus requirements?Verification requirements A minimum of four instruments and a maximum of six instruments demonstrating a range of techniques including: one extended response assessmentone product assessmentone supervised assessmentat least one instrument that demonstrates all steps of either the software development cycle or the information system development cycle or a combination of the two cyclesSyllabus p. 36School assessment programAssessment categoriesExtended response assessmentDimensions assessed:Knowledge and applicationAnalysis and synthesisEvaluation and communication.Instruments must allow students to develop a response or series of responses requiring the analysis, synthesis and evaluation of data and information. Research is not the focus of this technique.Types and conditions:written, 800-1200 wordsspoken, 4-5 minutes and supporting documentation multimodal 5-7 minutes and supporting documentationSyllabus, pp. 3234Product assessmentDimensions assessed:Knowledge and applicationAnalysis and synthesisEvaluation and communication.Instruments must allow students to develop a product based on the application of skills, theory and conceptual understandings.Types and conditions:major projectat least six weeks durationmust contribute to assessment of humancomputer interactionshould demonstrate all stages of the software development cycle, the information system development cycle, or a combination of the twowritten explanation 10001500 wordsminor project (need not cover all three dimensions)at least two weeks durationwritten explanation 10001500 wordsSyllabus, pp. 3536Supervised written assessmentDimensions assessed:Knowledge and applicationAnalysis and synthesisEvaluation and communication.Extended written response essaysInstruments must allow students to produce a response requiring sustained analysis, synthesis and evaluation.Form:generally analytical exposition format/genre with seen or unseen sources/stimuliConditions:recommended time 1.52 hoursseen or unseen question600800 wordsSyllabus, pp. 3132Short response practical exercises and calculationsConditions:stimuli/questions unseen50250 words (applies to the prose)Syllabus, pp. 3132Short response proseConditions:stimuli/questions unseenfull sentences for ideas to be maintained, developed and justified50250 wordsSyllabus, pp. 3132Post-verification requirementsOne assessment instrument from the following: Extended response assessmentProduct assessmentSupervised written assessment.Dimensions assessed:Knowledge and applicationAnalysis and synthesisEvaluation and communication.As aboveSyllabus, p. 37Summary Where the schools assessment plan differs from the minimum syllabus requirements, consider:are these choices the most effective way to gather information about student learning?what is the rationale behind these school decisions?what changes could be made to the schools work program? More informationPlease email qau@qcaa.qld.edu.au or phone (07) 3864 0375.Assessment program audit toolInformation Processing and Technology (IPT) 2010Queensland Curriculum & Assessment AuthorityJuly 2014 Page 2 of 5

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