Guest blogger Michelle Lampinen, a digital literacy and English teacher at Biotechnology High School, describes how she reverse-engineered a rubric for student assessment that includes links and QR codes.
"The language of vocational education and training (VET) is complex and particularly prone to jargon and acronyms. This glossary aims to provide a single reference source for definitions of terms, acronyms and organisations in Australian vocational education and training literature.
The glossary contains:
VET terms and concepts, including adult and continuing education and lifelong learning Australian VET organisations and some key international VET organisations key Australian historical documents VET-related acronyms."
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