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C-IV.

Evaluate Information / Data and the Inquiry Process Comprehensively Using Self-Determined Criteria Developed within Structured Guidelines.

As noted in BIV, structured guidelines are required at Level 4 to scaffold students as they move towards fully autonomous inquiry. These may be in the form of marking criteria, or other forms of boundary setting to enable a higher likelihood of research that is valid in the discipline of concern. Within these relatively flexible parameters, students determine their strategies for evaluating literature or research methods to generate data, ensuring that they are relevant to their research question/hypothesis/aim.

EXAMPLE CRITERIA NATURE OF THE TASK DISCIPLINE YEAR LEVEL  FULL MARKING CRITERIA
Rigorous evaluation of study design Research paper Business Ethics Masters by Coursework BEmon_resrepmc08
Rigorous evaluation of study design Open Inquiry in Population Analysis and report Human Biology

First Year Second Semester

HB population analysis marking criteria
HB population analysis PDF

 

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