“All roads lead to Rome”, but “Rome wasn’t built in a day". Advice on QSEP navigation from the ‘Roman Gods’ of assessment!
Lafferty, Moira E.
AffiliationLiverpool John Moores, University of Winchester, University of Chichester, Leeds Beckett, Univeristy of Portsmouth, University of Sussex, University of Bangor, University of Chester
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AbstractThis article aims to explore assessors’ observations and experiences of QSEP in relation to trainee competence development and demonstration, and help QSEP trainees and supervisors to identify some of the potholes in the road and consider ways to avoid them. Specifically, assessors have written a short review of their QSEP observations and commentary about what they want to see more of in the future. Their views are forthright, but given in good faith in the spirit of providing advice to candidates, and guidance to supervisors, about the nature and scope of QSEP submissions.
CitationEubank, M., Holder, T., Lowry, R., Manley, A., Maynard, I., McCormick, A., Smith J., Thelwell, R., Woodman, T., & Lafferty, M.E. (2019). “All roads lead to Rome”, but “Rome wasn’t built in a day". Advice on QSEP navigation from the ‘Roman Gods’ of assessment! Sport & Exercise Psychology Review, 15(2).
PublisherBritish Psychological Society
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