Which courses offered by the Institute for Education are assessed?
All accredited programmes have an aspect of assessment to assure that learning outcomes have been reached. The Institute adopts a variety of formative, continuous and summative assessment methods including portfolios, assignments, practical and online tasks, reflective journals, projects, lesson observation, presentations and videos.
Are there any examinations for specific modules?
The Institute for Education does not employ the use of examinations. Modules are assessed through a range of other assessment tools such as assignments, portfolios, online tasks, reflective journals, projects, presentations, practical tasks and placements
How do I check the assessment of a particular course?
Assessment methods may be found on the module outline available on the IfE website http://www.ife.gov.mt under Courses.
Where can I find further support regarding academic writing?
All participants have access to the ProQuest Research Companion, which includes videos that guide you through the process of writing academically together with several tools to facilitate the process. This is available on the IfE portal under the section Resources.
What referencing systems does the Institute for Education adopt?
The Institute for Education makes use of Harvard and APA (American Psychology Association) systems.
All participants have access to the ProQuest Research Companion, which comes with a Citation Builder and supporting videos. This is available on the IfE portal under the section Resources.
Where can I access further information regarding policies and procedures related to assessment?
Further information may be obtained from the Institute for Education’s website under Policies and Procedures.