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ACSF Learning Level 5 Sample Activities


Personal(expressing identity)

  • Critically reflects on extended research project, describes difficulties encountered, considers ways to improve performance and transfers insights to a new context
  • Contributes to course information sessions advising new students on the challenges posed by the course and appropriate way to manage these
  • Volunteers as the student representative on a university/training provider course review panel 

Cooperative(interacting in groups)

  • Takes leadership role in group and supports other members to complete a complex and sustained learning task
  • Uses formal techniques to facilitate team goal setting, active listening, creative problem solving
  • Evaluates the views of others and self in relation to issue/problem/task to arrive at agreed solution/action plan 

Procedural(performing tasks)

  • Develops steps, processes and time frame to complete a project that involves identifying goals, designing and conducting research, analysing findings. determining conclusions and presenting recommendations to a specific audience
  • Notes and evaluates key points from oral presentation 
  • Uses highly developed formatting, drafting and editing skills to refine thinking and clarify message for others 
  • Uses online academic databases efficiently and effectively to access relevant resources
  • Implements systematic action learning process to support learning during team project

Technical (using tools and technology)

  • Uses software options to organise and present relevant information, e.g. index facility, Endnote to track references
  • Develops power point presentation using appropriate and effective sequencing, formatting and visual layout 
  • Understands implication of copyright in relation to authorship of text
  • Uses applications such as Excel to build records and analyse data

Systems(interacting in organisations)

  • Reviews personal organisation systems such as files, notebooks, folders and checklists refining them as circumstances and technology change
  • Identifies organisational issue and uses formal thinking techniques to develop a range of possible solutions
  • Evaluates workplace learning culture and pathways in relation to own need for further training and development

Public(interacting with the wider community)

  • Identifies paradigms underpinning the analysis of a world event by different commentators 
  • Researches relevant background information and coordinates preparation of a lobby group's submission to address a contentious community issue