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Integrated assessment

Parent term: Assessment

An approach to assessment that covers multiple elements and/or units of competency. The integrated approach attempts to combine knowledge, understanding, problem solving, technical skills, attitudes and ethics into an assessment task to reduce the time spent on testing and make assessment more 'authentic'.
Source: NCVER 2013, Australia
An assessment approach that covers multiple elements and/or units of the Competency Development Framework (CDP) from relevant competency levels (standards). The integrated approach attempts to combine 4 sections of competencies/tasks i.e. core, support, general and personal/behavioral (attitude) competencies.
Source: Wahba 2013, Global
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