This assessment task is marked according to how well you have met the specified requirements, and in accordance with the assessment criteria outlined below.
Narrative:Thenarrative is engaging and easy to follow.
Context: The context is clearly defined.
Roles & responsibilities: Your roles & responsibilities as an educator are discussed.
Theory: The teaching philosophy outlines the learning theory/theories that inform your practice.
Literature: Literature is used to support your claims.
Communication and presentation: The teaching philosophy is well written with correct spelling and grammar (to an academic standard).
References: Literature is appropriately referenced, both in-text and in the reference list.
Examples: Examples are used to demonstrate the use of creativity in providing a pedagogical solution and to assist in providing clarity to the reader.
Reflection: Critical reflection is evident.
Student voice: The writer has demonstrated a positive impact on student learning and/or on enhancing the student experience or engagement. Or how they would make this happen if they are not teaching.
Length: The presentation is within the 5-9 minute required length (10 minutes is allowable if absolutely need to cover content).
Engaging: The presentation is easy to follow and is engaging.
Audience: Presentation takes account of diverse audience needs.
Technology: Competency in the technology that supports the presentation and topic is evident.
Unification: There is a clear link between the teaching philosophy and the presentation.