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OCR Nationals L3 Using video evidence in coursework

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by uselessnerd, Jan 11, 2011.

  1. In the spec it states

    <font face="Arial" size="3">These may include written data, the use of video, audio presentation and visual
    presentations within the body of the portfolio and display evidence.

    Is it ok to have students shoot film of there reviews of hand held devices and include them as evidence for assessment objectives 2 and 3
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  2. Centres are free to present work to moderators in whatever format they feel appropriate. As long as you provide suitable facilities for the moderator to watch the 'reviews' then it shouldn't be a problem.
    Moderators are not permitted to force centres to have either printed or electronic material. The moderator should just consider whatever is presented to them. If the moderator is able to make a satisfactory judgement of a portfolio from the evidence presented they may ask to see extra evidence. (eg: In Unit 3, the moderator could ask to see the electronic spreadsheet file if the printed material does not provide enough evidence).

     

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