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AC 1.1 Explain the difference between beliefs, attitudes and values

MARK SHEET – Developing Critical Thinking

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Learning Outcome 1: Be able to critically assess own beliefs, attitudes and value systems

Assessment Criteria (AC)

Sufficiency Descriptors [Typical standard that, if replicated across the whole submission, would produce a referral, borderline pass or good pass result]

AC 1.1 Explain the difference between beliefs, attitudes and values

Referral

Pass

Good Pass

Beliefs, attitudes and values are merely listed or individually defined or described

There is no explanation of the difference between beliefs, attitudes and values, or the explanation is incorrect, or there is no explanation of the cognitive structure of beliefs, attitudes and values

There is a limited but sufficient and correct explanation of the difference between beliefs, attitudes and values and the cognitive structure of beliefs, attitudes and values

There is a comprehensive explanation of the difference between beliefs, attitudes and values and the cognitive structure of beliefs, attitudes and values using appropriate theoretical models

Assessor feedback on AC

 

PASS / REFERRAL

 

AC 1.2

Critically assess the impact of beliefs, attitudes and values on own behaviour

Referral

Pass

Good Pass

No impact on behaviour is provided, or the impact is merely listed or described rather than critically assessed, or the impact is not evidenced as being attributable to beliefs, attitudes and values

How beliefs, attitudes and values impact on own behaviour is critically assessed using a relevant theoretical model(s) or technique(s) to make a limited but sufficient judgement

How beliefs, attitudes and values impact on own behaviour is critically assessed using a relevant theoretical model(s) or technique(s) to make a detailed judgement

Assessor feedback on AC

 

PASS / REFERRAL

Learning Outcome 2: Be able to critically assess the validity of management theories in relation to own beliefs, attitudes and values

Assessment Criteria (AC)

Sufficiency Descriptors [Typical standard that, if replicated across the whole submission, would produce a referral, borderline pass or good pass result]

AC 2.1

Identify management theories relevant to your role

Referral

Pass

Good Pass

Management theories are not identified, or are not identified correctly, or are not identified as being relevant to own role, but the assessment is inappropriate or minimal

Management theories are identified correctly, although why they are relevant to your role is imprecise

Management theories are identified correctly and precisely evidenced as being relevant to own role

Assessor feedback on AC

 

PASS / REFERRAL

 

AC 2.2

Critically assess the impact of own beliefs, attitudes and values on a management theory relevant to your role

Referral

Pass

Good Pass

The impact of own beliefs, attitudes and values on a management theory relevant to your role is not provided, or is incorrect, or is listed or described rather than critically assessed

 

The impact of own beliefs, attitudes and values on a management theory relevant to your role is critically assessed using a relevant theoretical model(s) or technique(s) to make a limited but sufficient judgement that is evidenced by examples from the workplace

The impact of own beliefs, attitudes and values on a management theory relevant to your role is critically assessed using a relevant theoretical model(s) or technique(s) to make a detailed judgement that is evidenced by detailed examples from the workplace

Assessor feedback on AC

 

 PASS / REFERRAL

 

AC 2.3

Use the critical assessment to evaluate how someone with different beliefs, attitudes and values might interpret the theory differently

Referral

Pass

Good Pass

No evaluation as to how someone with different, beliefs, attitudes and values might interpret the theory differently is provided, or is incorrect

 

The evaluation is insufficient as it is based on an inadequate critical assessment of the impact of own beliefs, attitudes and values on a management theory

The critical assessment and judgement is used to evaluate and reach a limited but sufficient conclusion as to how someone with different, beliefs, attitudes and values might interpret the theory differently

The critical assessment and judgement is used to evaluate and reach a detailed conclusion that is evidenced by examples from the workplace as to how someone with different, beliefs, attitudes and values might interpret the theory differently

Assessor feedback on AC

 

PASS / REFERRAL


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