[Solved]: Creativity Module leader: Shan Wikoon

 Creativity Module leader: Shan Wikoon
Assignment No. and type: CW2: Portfolio and reflective summary Assessment weighting: 60%
Submission time and date:
Tuesday 18/01/2022 at 2:00 pm Target feedback time and date:
3 weeks after submission deadline
Assignment task
Using materials generated by the project classes and through your independent study, populate a portfolio of evidence of your learning and development during the module.
Write a 500 word reflective summary to explain how and why these materials have supported the development of your employability.
This assignment requires you to Create a portfolio as below:
1. Create a minimum of 10 artefacts. (The individual artefacts and project materials have no word count associated with them but it is anticipated that these should add up to a minimum of 1500 words of original content.)
2. Upload your artefacts to LSST OneDrive (RMUnify) and share this with your seminar lecturer and with your tutor.
3. Ensure the artefacts are clearly organised and sequenced within the portfolio
4. Write the 500 word summary and submit this through Turnitin.
Portfolio workshops will be provided to help you to complete these tasks.
Word counts:
There is a word count of 500 words for the summary and you should provide the portfolio in appendix section of the summary.
The individual artefacts and project materials have no word count associated with them but it is anticipated that these should add up to a minimum of 1500 words of original content.
This assignment has been designed to provide you with an opportunity to demonstrate your achievement of the following module learning outcomes:
LO 1 Demonstrate effective communication skills, applicable to academic and professional contexts.
LO 2 Reflect on their individual performance, behaviour and experience in education and/or employment
LO 3 Locate and evaluate resources for academic and employment-related purposes
LO 4 Think critically and creatively about graduate employment opportunities in the future
Task requirements
Written work submitted as part of this assignment should be presented according to the following:
1. The summary should be 1.5 line spaced
2. Font must be Arial 12
3. Follow the reference guidelines
4. The summary must be within the word count range 450-550 words
5. Written work for this assignment should be submitted through the appropriate Turnitin submission point through VLE.
6. Written work for this assignment should be saved and submitted as a Word document (.docx) or as a .pdf file. If other file formats are used, these may not be compatible with Turnitin and the work cannot be marked.
Referencing and research requirements
Please reference your work according to the Harvard style for your subject as defined in Cite Them Right
Online (
As the portfolio is developmental, only the summary will be marked according to the Harvard referencing guidelines on Cite Them Right Online.
How your work will be assessed
Your work will be assessed against the assessment criteria which have been provided at the end of this brief.
These criteria have been designed specifically for this assignment and are intended to measure the extent to which you have demonstrated your achievement of its associated learning outcomes (see above). They have been aligned with the institutional grade descriptor appropriate for your level.
The assessment criteria provide a basis for fair and consistent marking and indicate what is expected of you in this assignment. It is strongly recommended that you engage with them while you are working on the assignment and use them in combination with any feedback you receive once your work has been marked to help you plan for future learning and development.
Submission details
Summary Submission
You are required to submit the 500 word summary via an electronic submission point on VLE.
Portfolio Submission
1. Create a snapshot of the completed portfolio and share this with your seminar lecturer and with your tutor, using their usernames (not email addresses)
2. Complete the portfolio completion checklist and submit this to the VLE submission point. This is where the grade and the feedback will be located.
It is essential that both elements are submitted according to these instructions.
• You are reminded of the University’s regulations on academic misconduct, which can be viewed on the University website: https://bucks.ac.uk/ data/assets/pdf_file/0024/9546/Academic-Misconduct-
Policy.pdf. In submitting your assignment, you are acknowledging that you have read and understood these regulations
• Please also note that work that is submitted up to 10 working days beyond the submission date will be considered a late submission. Late submissions will be marked and the actual mark recorded, but will be capped at the pass mark (typically 40%), provided that the work is of a passing standard.
Work submitted after this period will not be marked and will be treated as a non-submission.
Before you submit
• Please use the provided checklist below to make sure you are ‘fit to submit’ your work
• We recommend you use this checklist as soon as you get this assignment brief to help you plan your work
Fit to Submit: Assignment Checklist
This brief assignment checklist is designed to help you avoid some of the most common mistakes students make in their coursework.
Have you read the assignment brief? If not, do so now!
In it you will find details of the assessment task, word count, the assessment criteria your work is marked against, and the learning outcomes – the basis for the assessment strategy in each module.
Students often lose marks by forgetting some of the more straightforward elements of their assignments. We recommend that you “tick off” each of the points below as you prepare your work for submission. If you need any help, ask your tutor and/or visit
https://bucks.ac.uk/students/academicadvice/assessment-and-examination
Have you read and understood the assessment criteria?
Have you met the learning outcomes? You will lose marks and your work may even be failed if you have not.
Have you demonstrated you can think and write critically in the completed work? This means you have supported your arguments/explanations appropriately e.g. using relevant academic sources and you have offered discussion points which extends your own or others’ viewpoints to make reasoned conclusions/judgements.
Have you maintained an appropriate tone throughout your work? Is your work formal, focused, developed and clear?
Have you checked that the referencing in your assignment is in line with your programme requirements?
Have you proof-read your work and used spellcheck software to check your spelling and grammar?
Have you checked the presentation of your work is as specified by your tutor, for example, are font size, colour, style, line spacing and margins as the tutor specified?
Have you kept to the word count (or equivalent)? If you are not sure, check with your tutor
Can you confirm that the work submitted is your own work and maintains academic integrity?
Fail Fail Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass
0-34 (F) – Fail 35-39 E –
Marginal fail 40-49 (D) 50-59 (C) 60-69 (B) 70-79 (A) 80-100 (A+)
Not successful Below required standard Satisfactory Good Very Good Excellent Outstanding
Application and
Practice 35% This should include evidence of:
• Accuracy,
coordination and proficiency in the completion of practical tasks and processes?
• Technical skills?
• Presentation of research findings? The work demonstrates
little or no ability to operate in predictable and defined contexts and use given techniques to undertake well-defined roles and performance tasks, and so:
• Well-defined, occasionally complex, tasks are attempted but inaccurate and error strewn
• Use of given technical and creative skills is not demonstrated in most or all key areas
• Presentation of findings is not clear or effective. The work demonstrates
an insufficient ability to operate in predictable and defined contexts and use given techniques to undertake well-defined roles and performance tasks, and so:
• Well-defined, occasionally complex, tasks are completed with partial accuracy and independence
• Use of given technical and creative skills is demonstrated in some of the key areas
• Presentation of findings is often not clear or effective. The work demonstrates
a sufficient ability to use operate in predictable and defined contexts and use given techniques to undertake well-defined roles and performance tasks, and so:
• Complete well- defined, occasionally complex, practical tasks
• Use of given technical and
creative skills is demonstrated
• Within a narrowly defined context, present findings in clear and appropriate formats The work demonstrates a consistent and confident ability to operate in predictable and defined contexts and use given techniques to undertake well-defined roles and performance tasks, and so:
• Complete defined, occasionally complex, practical tasks accurately with a degree of autonomy in predictable, defined contexts
• Consistently use a given range of technical and creative skills
• Within a narrowly, defined context consistently present findings in clear and appropriate formats The work demonstrates
a highly proficient ability
to operate in predictable and defined contexts and use given techniques to undertake well-defined roles and performance tasks, and so:
• Complete well- defined, occasionally complex, practical tasks autonomously and with accuracy and coordination in predictable, defined contexts
• Consistently use in a highly developed way a given range of
technical and creative skills
• Within a narrowly defined context, consistently present findings in detailed, clear and appropriate formats The work demonstrates a highly accomplished ability to operate in predictable and defined contexts and use given techniques to undertake well-defined roles and performance tasks, and so:
• Complete well- defined, occasionally complex, practical tasks autonomously and with a high degree of accuracy, coordination and proficiency in predictable, defined contexts
• Consistently use in a highly developed way the full range of given technical and
creative skills
• Within a narrowly defined context, consistently present findings perceptively, convincingly and The work demonstrates an exceptional ability to operate in predictable and defined contexts and use given techniques to undertake well-defined roles and performance tasks, and so:
• Complete well- defined, occasionally complex, practical tasks autonomously and with an exceptional degree of accuracy, coordination and proficiency in predictable, defined contexts
• Consistently use in a highly developed and sophisticated way the full range of given technical and creative skills
• Within a narrowly defined context,
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appropriately and in a wide range of appropriate formats consistently present findings perceptively, authoritatively and appropriately and in a wide range of appropriate formats
Analysis and criticality 35% This should include evidence of:
• Logic and argument
• Analytical reflection
• Organisation of ideas and evidence A limited (or no) ability to use ideas and information to devise
and sustain arguments Little or no demonstration of an ability to describe and comment upon aspects of pre-defined frameworks and criteria An insufficient ability to
use ideas and information to devise a and sustain arguments An insufficient demonstration of an ability to describe and comment upon aspects of pre-defined frameworks and criteria A sufficient ability to use ideas and information to devise and sustain arguments A sufficient demonstration of an ability to describe and comment upon aspects of pre-defined frameworks and criteria A sound ability to use ideas and information to devise and sustain arguments
A sound demonstration of an ability to describe and comment upon aspects of pre-defined frameworks and criteria A sophisticated ability to use ideas and information to devise and sustain arguments A sophisticated demonstration of an ability to describe and comment upon aspects of pre-defined frameworks and criteria A highly accomplished ability to use ideas and information to devise and sustain arguments An insufficient demonstration of an ability to describe and comment upon aspects of pre-defined frameworks and criteria An exceptional ability to
use ideas and information to devise and sustain arguments
Transferable skills
(written communication)
30% 

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