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30 March 2016. Jan Cuke Deputy Principal. Purpose of Assessment. Assessment . in the HSC is mainly to:. assist students in their learning. provide information on student achievement and progress in each course. ID: 549817

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Parent Information Session 1

30 March 2016Jan Cuke Deputy Principal

Slide2

Purpose of Assessment

Assessment

in the HSC is mainly to:

assist students in their learning

provide information on student achievement and progress in each course

provide evidence that students have satisfactorily completed a course

allow reporting of the standard achieved by each student at the end of a course

.

Slide3

What can parents help?

be aware of due dates

keep an up-to-date diary of all their assessment activities and other commitments

start tasks early so that they will have time to ask for help if they need it

break tasks into smaller steps and set themselves deadlines for each step

Slide4

How can parents help?

frequently save and back up all computer work. Technology failure is generally not an acceptable excuse for submitting work late

keep all their earlier drafts and copies of their resources

keep a copy of everything they submit for marking.

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Honesty in HSC

The honesty of students in completing assessment tasks, examinations and submitted works, and of teachers and others in guiding students, strengthens the integrity of the Higher School Certificate. Throughout the assessment process, the highest level of honesty is required.

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Honesty in HSC

Dishonest behaviour carried out for the purpose of gaining unfair advantage in the assessment process constitutes malpractice, or cheating. Malpractice in any form, including plagiarism, is unacceptable.

BOSTES

treats allegations of malpractice very seriously and detected malpractice will limit a student’s marks and jeopardise their HSC

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Honesty in HSC

Should malpractice be suspected, students will be required to demonstrate that all unacknowledged work is entirely their own. Serious and deliberate acts of malpractice amount to corrupt conduct and, where appropriate,

BOSTESwill

report matters to the Independent Commission Against Corruption.

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Honesty in HSC

At Blackwattle Bay we have an Assessment Review Panel whose responsibility it is to investigate any malpractice

Students (and parents) will be invited to an interview if required

In all cases of malpractice a zero mark is likely to be awarded

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Rights of Students

informed

of the assessment policies of

school

and the

BOSTES

receive

clear guidelines on the requirements of each assessment task

told

in advance of the due

date( 2 weeks)

for each assessment task

receive

feedback that assists them to review their work

query

the mark for an individual task at the time it is returned to them

request

a review of the calculation of the final assessment mark if they believe their final assessment rank is incorrect.

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Responsibilities of Students

Be familiar

with and follow the assessment requirements set by the school, and the rules in the Rules and Procedures for

HSC candidates

complete

all set tasks on time, or talk to teachers about what to do if they can’t meet a deadline

not

engage in behaviour which could be considered malpractice, or cheating, including plagiarism, by ensuring that all assessment work is their own or that they acknowledge the contribution of others

follow

up any concerns with tasks at the time they are marked and returned.

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What students are provided

Assessment Booklet, Term Calendars, Misadventure Forms

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Illness or Misadventure

For both exams and assessment tasks

Illness misadventure form

Medical Certificate- dated and stating is student is not capable of doing task/exam due to specific illness

Slide13

Access for Parents

On BBC website under Assessment Link

Blackwattle Bay Website

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Other Information for Parents

Sentral

– student welfare system (parents will have access once implementation

is complete)

Online Study Handbook- Parents have access

User name –

sscblackwattlebay

Password – 56achieve

BOSTES site for everything about how the HSC works

BOSTES

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School Attendance

BOSTES has a minimum of 85% to be eligible for HSC

Days absent must be cover by a note or email from family

Email:

sscbwattle-h@det.nsw.edu.au

ATTENTION ROLLS DESK

or

Phone: 96605688 Ext 106 leave

a message


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