Module 2 - Assessment

Facilitator supports students to learn and improve their work performance. Provides attractive and effective learning opportunities and resources to students in order for them to progress and succeed. Is capable of envisioning and preparing effective facilitation plans while following the learning context, students’ needs and received feedback. Can implement a facilitation plan in a digital environment, supervise it and adjust it to new circumstances. Provides a good learning environment and introductions, instructions, guidance, and support for students to be motivated and to constructively achieve learning goals.

We kindly ask you to assess the identified 6 key competencies with using the 5-point rating self-assessment scale:

    • 0: Undeveloped (I do not have a developed element of competence; I am not trained)
    • 1: Basic (I have developed the element of competence below on satisfactory level; I am not qualified to perform independently)
    • 2: Satisfying (I have developed the element of competence satisfactorily, while improvements are still possible; I can implement independently, complications are possible only in unusual situations)
    • 3: Optimally (I have the element of competence optimally developed, as I perform independently even in unusual situations; I work at the level of automaticity)
    • 4: Perfect (I have fully developed the element of competence; I am an example to others when implementing, I can transfer knowledge to them)

MM2.1: Be able to predict and consider the environment and timeframe of the steps and activities in an online learning process (e.g. duration, equipment, space, grouping, etc.) as well as formulate the sequence of steps/activities in an online learning process (e.g. introduction, instructions, tasks, assessment, breaks, etc.).

MM2.2: Set shared, transparent, meaningful purposes and goals of the online learning process.

MM2.3: Define purpose and principles of a facilitation in an online learning process.

MM2.4: Select methodologies, techniques and activities for the online learning process according to content, circumstances, needs and goals (e.g. problem-solving techniques, decision-making techniques…).

MM2.5: Choose attractive digital learning and teaching materials (worksheets, presentations, templates, challenges, guidelines, homework etc.).

MM2.6: Collect feedback on already conducted learning process.

MM2.7: Send/publish/upload digital teaching and learning materials (worksheets, challenges, guidelines, homework etc.).

MM2.8: Assess and communicate learning progress online. Summarise and take notes of learning results and progress.

MM2.9: Predict possible complications/obstacles in online plan execution and prepare a backup plan and adapt the initial plan.

MM2.10: Manage problematic/disruptive students on distance.

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