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Your learning in the workplace

Your learning in the workplace
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The purpose of this assignment is to give you an opportunity to demonstrate your theoretical, conceptual and practical understanding of workplace learning that you gained in this course and critically analyse and evaluate the distinct features of the workplace that support learning for workers in roles similar to yours.
Reflect on your role in the current (or recent) workplace and explain how you engage in learning to continue developing your capacity for productive performance.
Breaches of academic integrity (cheating, plagiarism, falsification of data, collusion) seriously compromise student learning, as well as the University’s assessment of the effectiveness of that learning and the academic quality of the University’s awards. All breaches of academic integrity are taken seriously and could result in penalties including failure in the course and exclusion from the University.
Students should be aware that the University uses text-matching software to safeguard the quality of student learning and that your assignment will be checked using this software.
I acknowledge and agree that the examiner of this assessment item may, for the purpose of marking this assessment item:
reproduce this assessment item and provide a copy to another Griffith staff member; and/
submit this assessment item to a text-matching service. This web-based service will retain a copy of this assessment item for checking the work of other students, but will not reproduce it in any form
Examiners will only award marks for work within this assignment that is your own original work.
I, hereby certify that:
except where I have indicated, this assignment is my own work, based on my personal study and/or research.
I have acknowledged all materials and sources used in the preparation of this assignment whether they be books, articles, reports, lecture notes, or any other kind of document or personal communication.
I have not colluded with another student or person in the production of this assessment item unless group work and collaboration is an expectation of the assessment item.
this assignment has not been submitted for assessment in any other course at Griifith, or at any other University or at any other time in the same course without the permission of the relevant Course Convenor.
I have not copied in part or in whole or otherwise plagiarised the work of other students and/or other persons.
I haven’t made this piece of work available to another student without the permission of the Course Convenor.
Providing this declaration falsely is considered a breach of academic integrity.
I have retained a copy of this assessment item for my own records.
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Date:    Select a date.    Your name above replaces your signature
Where the item is submitted electronically Clicking “I Agree” constitutes an electronic signature for the purpose of assignment declaration compliance.
(to be completed by the student before their essay, assignment or other work is uploaded to an internal/online learning University website or used for the purpose of moderation (not to be used if there is to be public access to the work)
At Griffith the use of assessment exemplars by academic staff is encouraged to inform students’ understanding of the performance standards associated with learning and achievement in the course. An assessment exemplar is an authentic example, actual sample or excerpt, of student work that has been annotated to illustrate the ways in which it demonstrates learning, achievement and quality in relation to the intended learning outcomes (including graduate outcomes) for the course. Assessment exemplars may be made available in a range of ways. In order to collect assessment exemplars students are asked to consent, on every assessment item submitted, for their work, without disclosure of the contributor’s identity, to be used, and reproduced as an assessment exemplar for standard setting and moderation activities.
I acknowledge that for the purpose of standard setting and moderation activities the examiner of this assessment item may wish to store, reproduce, annotate, and communicate my work to others, including future students, without disclosure of my identity.
I consent to my Work, Enter work name here., without disclosure of my personal details, being stored, reproduced annotated and communicated within the University’s secure online learning environment.
I do not consent to my Work, Enter work name here. being stored, reproduced annotated and communicated within the University’s secure online learning environment.
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Date:    Select a date.    Insert name here
Where the item is submitted electronically Clicking “I Agree” constitutes an electronic signature for the purpose of assignment declaration compliance.
Extension Requests:
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Due Date:    Select a date.Extension Granted:      Yes:    ?
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Amended Due Date:    Select a date.Extension Approval Number:    Enter item number.
Extension Approved by:    Enter name here.
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Submitted late without extension – returned to student to seek extension /special assessment
Mark Given:       Enter marks here.
Suspected plagiarism: referred to the Course Convenor.
Second Examiner:
(if required)            Returned to student to be resubmitted by:
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(date) for the following reasons:
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This template is formatted according to APA Style guidelines, with one inch top, bottom, left, and right margins; Times New Roman font in 12 point; double-spaced; aligned flush left; and paragraphs indented 5-7 spaces. The page number appears one inch from the right edge on the first line of each page, excluding the Figures page.
Use headings and subheadings to organize the sections of your essay. The first heading level is formatted with initial caps and is centered on the page. Do not start a new page for each heading.
Subheadings are formatted with italics and are aligned flush left.
Source material must be documented in the body of the essay by citing the authors and dates of the sources. The full source citation will appear in the list of references that follows the body of the essay. When the names of the authors of a source are part of the formal structure of the sentence, the year of the publication appears in parenthesis following the identification of the authors, for example, Smith (2001). When the authors of a source are not part of the formal structure of the sentence, both the authors and years of publication appear in parentheses, separated by semicolons, for example (Smith and Billett, 2001; Hodge and Tyler, 2003). When a source that has three, four, or five authors is cited, all authors are included the first time the source is cited. When that source is cited again, the first author’s surname and “et al.” are used. Example: Dymock, Smith, Choy and Kelly (2010); Dymock et al. (2010).
When a source that has two authors is cited, both authors are cited every time. If there are six or more authors to be cited, use the first author’s surname and “et al.” the first and each subsequent time it is cited. When a direct quotation is used, always include the author, year, and page number as part of the citation. A quotation of fewer than 40 words should be enclosed in double quotation marks and should be incorporated into the formal structure of the sentence. A longer quote of 40 or more words should appear (without quotes) in block format with each line indented five spaces from the left margin.1
Book: Anderson, J., Charles, D., & Johnson, S. (2003). The impressive psychology paper. Chicago:  Lucerne Publishing. [Author surname, initial, date, title, city of publication, publisher.
Journal article: Smith, M. (2001). Writing a successful paper. The Trey Research Monthly, 53, 149-150.
Entries are organized alphabetically by surnames of first authors and are formatted with a hanging indent. Most reference entries have three components:
Authors: Authors are listed in the same order as specified in the source, using surnames and initials. Commas separate all authors. When there are seven or more authors, list the first six and then use “et al.” for remaining authors. If no author is identified, the title of the document begins the reference.
Year of Publication: In parenthesis following authors, with a period following the closing parenthesis. If no publication date is identified, use “n.d.” in parenthesis following the authors.
Source Reference: Includes title, journal, volume, pages (for journal article) or
Each Appendix appears on its own page.
Table 1
Title of table in italics
Figure Captions
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Table (if applicable)
Figures (if applicable)
Reference list and correct citations
Appendix (if applicable)
Correct in text citations
Footer with details
Cover page

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