7032HSV - Human Service : Knowledge and Practice

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Assessment Task Due Date Weighting Marked out of Learning Outcomes Maximum Extension Period
Assignment - Research-based Assignment
Podcast 8 Apr 24 23:59 30% 30 marks
(Must submit) 1, 2, 3
Assignment - Written Assignment
Review of Podcasts 1 May 24 23:59 20% 20 marks
(Must submit) 1, 2, 4
Assignment - Written Assignment
Essay - Practice Approaches 24 May 24 23:59 50% 50 marks
(Must submit) 1, 2, 3, 4
5.2 Assessment Detail
Title: Podcast
Type: Assignment - Research-based Assignment
Learning Outcomes Assessed: 1, 2, 3
Due Date:
8 Apr 24 23:59
Weight: 30%
Marked out of: 30
Task Description:
In a 3-4 minute podcast describe your aspirations as a human services professional.

Describe the principles and values that shape your career goals. Include responses to the following questions -
1. What principles and values shape your career goals?
2. Why do you want to work in the sector?
3. What kind of knowledge and practice gaps do you want to address in your studies?

Further information will be available on Learning@Griffith and online class time will be provided to discuss the assessment.

Criteria & Marking:
Rubric supplied on Learning@Griffith

1. Identify some key principles and values, key contexts of service delivery and ethical principles in the human services industry. (15 marks)

2 Explain some key knowledge and skills required to work within the human services sector and how these are transferred into your practice. (10 marks)

3. Use technology to present the podcast in an engaging manner. (5 marks)

Resubmission:
If there are technical issues with the submission of the task students may resubmit.

Submission: Via the 'Assignments' tool in Learning@Griffith. Submission via Learning@Griffith

This assessment item:
is a school based activity
is an individual activity
does not include a self assessment activity
may be available for resubmission (see conditions outlined in Resubmission)
contains a mandatory pass component

Title: Review of Podcasts
Type: Assignment - Written Assignment
Learning Outcomes Assessed: 1, 2, 4
Due Date:
1 May 24 23:59
Weight: 20%
Marked out of: 20
Task Description:
For this task you need to review 2 podcasts presented by your peers (these podcasts will be available to you de-indentified in the Assessment tab one week after the Podcast submission date).

You will write a 600 word essay in which you describe the knowledge and practice approaches mentioned in the podcast. and evaluate the relevance of the knowledge and skills to current practice approaches in human services.

Your academic writing conventions and APA7 referencing will be ideintified ready for your Essay.

More details available on Learning@Griffith site and online class time will be provided to discuss the assessment.

Criteria & Marking:
Length: 600 words

Weighting: 20%

Marked out of 20

Template for the review will be available on Learning@Griffith

1. Describe key knowledge and skills required to work within the human services sector as identified by the podcasts (5marks)

2. Evaluate the practice approaches and how these approaches affect practice in a particular field (5 marks)

3. Apply academic skills including; writing an academic essay, using correct APA7 in text and the reference list and critical reflection for learning. (10 marks)

Resubmission:
If you have not met the content or academic writing criteria you will be able to reattempt the task however the mark awarded will no greater than the minimum for a pass standard for the assessment

Submission: Via the 'Assignments' tool in Learning@Griffith.

This assessment item:
is a school based activity
is an individual activity
includes a self assessment activity
may be available for resubmission (see conditions outlined in Resubmission)
contains a mandatory pass component

Title: Essay - Practice Approaches
Type: Assignment - Written Assignment
Learning Outcomes Assessed: 1, 2, 3, 4
Due Date:
24 May 24 23:59
Weight: 50%
Marked out of: 50
Task Description:
Statement: The human services sector in Australia is constantly evolving and undergoing change across all fields of practice. Will practitioners in Australia be using the same approaches to practice in 2034 as they are using in 2024?

Task Description: For this task you need to choose one practice approach discussed in the course content and write a 2500-word essay in which you;

Explain the purpose and use of the practice approach within the human services sector including the diversity of the service users.
Evaluate the practice approach and address the strengths and limitations for how the practice approach can remain relevant within the human services sector in Australia.
Due Date: Friday 24 May 2024 at 11.59 pm.

Weight: 50%

Marked out of: 50

Length: 2500 words (excluding reference list)

Criteria & Marking:
1. Explain the purpose and use of the practice approach within the human services sector including the diversity of the service users. 20 marks

2. Evaluate the practice approach and address the strenghts and limitations for how that practice approach can remain relevant over the next 10 years with the human services sector in Australia.

20 marks.

3. Scholarship including academic writing. 5 marks

4. Correct APA7 referencing (in-text and reference page). 5 marks

A marking rubric will be provided on Learning@Griffith and online class time will be provided to discuss the assessment.

Resubmission:
If you have not met the academic writing criteria you will be able to reattempt the task however the mark awarded will no greater than the minimum for a pass standard for the assessment.

Submission: Via the 'Assignments' tool in Learning@Griffith.

This assessment item:
is a school based activity
is an individual activity does not include a self assessment activity may be available for resubmission (see conditions outlined in Resubmission) contains a mandatory pass component

5.3 Late Submission
For all non-Honours Dissertation courses: Please refer to Assessment Procedures for Students.

For all Honours Dissertation courses: Enrolment in an Honours degree shall be cancelled and the candidature terminated if the candidate fails to lodge their Honours dissertation by the prescribed date including any approved extensions.

5.4 Other Assessment Information
Supplementary Assessment is not available for this course.

Please see the Assessment Procedure for Students for more information.

Final Grades

A student’s final grade for this course will be based on the aggregation and weighting of marks across assessment, any mandatory pass components and grade cut-offs. Grade cut-offs can vary, so you will need to wait for the official release of grades to be sure of your grade for this course.

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