Simulated job interview as an oral tool for assessment: personalised assessment of personalised learning

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Abstract

Job interviews can be a high stressful event, with high stakes linked to a candidate’s performance during a relatively brief encounter with a recruitment panel. Graduates from health disciplines often encounter a process of having their employability evaluated through viva voce events. Clinical problems are posed to the candidate as a means to offer an opportunity to display levels of understanding and reasoning2,3. For paramedic graduates, this event marks the next challenge for them after graduation. With the high stakes of employment in the balance, it is the source of much trepidation. Despite this, little is done to help prepare students for this milestone.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventHigher Education Group Adelaide (HERGA) conference: Bend or Break: flexible institutions, teachers and students -
Duration: 22 Sep 2017 → …

Conference

ConferenceHigher Education Group Adelaide (HERGA) conference: Bend or Break: flexible institutions, teachers and students
Period22/09/17 → …

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