Skills Tasmania: exploration project on reporting language literacy and numeracy outcomes using finer gradations of the Australian Core Skills Framework, ACSF

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Corporate author:

Escalier McLean Consulting

Abstract:

[This] project examined current use of the [Australian Core Skills Framework] ACSF in literacy and numeracy programs in Tasmania, in particular the Employer Pledge Program (now known as the 26TEN Grants Program - Employer Stream). The core of the project was to explore options and make recommendations on how to report progress at finer gradations of the ACSF rather than measuring by whole levels alone. The report concluded that there was enough evidence and support to consider reporting progress at finer gradations within an ACSF level rather than just between levels. The report...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Skills and knowledge; Assessment; Language; Literacy; Numeracy

Keywords: Competence

Geographic subjects: Tasmania; Australia; Oceania

Published: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australian Council for Adult Literacy, 2013

Physical description: 27 p.

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http://www.acal.edu.au/14conf/docs/Skills-Tasmania-26TEN-Escalier-McLean-Using-ACSF-in-Finer-Grained-Way-2013.pdf

Resource type: Report

Document number: TD/TNC 122.167

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