The sample course assessment mapping to CLO and MFQ below is for TEB 1133 Knowledge Management Systems course. It is a planning of constructive alignment for coursework, class activities and final exam to learning outcomes.
TEB1133 – Knowledge Management Systems
Course Learning Outcomes (CLO):
1 – To differentiate the concept of data, information and knowledge, its pillars and processes.
2 – To demonstrate how knowledge can be created, captured and codified by knowledge workers in organizations.
3 – To demonstrate how knowledge can be mapped and organized by knowledge workers in organizations.
Mapping of Topics to CLOS:
|TOPIC||Topics & CLO Mapping||CLO1||CLO2||CLO3|
|1||Introduction to DIK (CLO1)
-Evolution of DIK
-Tacit and Explicit Knowledge
-Key Challenges in KM
|2||Understanding Knowledge and its Classification (CLO1)
–Types of Knowledge
-Knowledge Pillars and Knowledge Processes
-Implications for KM
|3||Knowledge Creation and Knowledge Architecture (CLO2)
-Knowledge Creation Model
|4||Knowledge Capture Techniques (CLO2)
-Capturing Tacit Knowledge
-Types of Knowledge Capturing Techniques
|5||Knowledge Codification (CLO2) Introduction to Knowledge Codification
-Modes of Knowledge Conversion
-Codification Tools and Procedures
|6||Knowledge Mapping (CLO3)
– Introduction to knowledge mapping
– Types of knowledge mapping
– Methods in constructing knowledge map
|7||Social Network Mapping (CLO3)
– Introduction to social network analysis
– Technique to analyze social network maps
– The analysis of the social network map using the concept of centralities.
– Introduction to Taxonomy
– Construction of ontology and taxonomy
|9||Knowledge Workers (CLO2 & CLO3)
-Types of knowledge workers
-The functions and roles of knowledge workers
Mapping of Assessment Components to Syllabus:
|Final Exam Question 1||4%||4%||10%||10%||20%||20%||20%||10%||2%||100%|
Mapping of Components to CLOs
|Final Exam Question|
|Final Exam Question 1||10.00||25.00||15.00||50.00|
These are some of the rubrics prepared to access the students’ knowledge at the end of the flipped activities. The assessments include assessments on the soft skills besides the cognitive skills assessments. This is to ensure that students grasp the skills of becoming a well-rounded graduates! Besides rubrics there are reflection forms. Students are required to access themselves, their partners as well as team members skills and capabilities.