I am not sure where I should post this, so starting here, let me know if it should be elsewhere.
MOODLE v3.2 - Competence Frameworks,
I am creating a framework at site level (we have no defined standard internationally or nationally). I have my 5 top level competencies, and I am breaking them down into smaller chunks against which activities will be judged.
What I want to know, is at what level I should be defining, or breaking down the competencies into performance criteria at the framework level and where I I stop and then have the remainder defined within a course. This is hard to explain.
For example, if I have a top level competence, say COMMUNICATE then that is one of the top level competence elements in the framework. Then say I am testing communication in terms of written and oral. So I have two subcompetencies COMMUNICATE - written and COMMUNICATE- oral. Then the written communication requires that the people use the correct systems or technology, use appropriate language, and, say, cover the right material. Should those three sub-sub-competencies be in the framework, or in the course?
Is there any kind of standard that anyone knows of?
Many thanks for any thoughts, or any advice on where else this kind of topic is discussed, I know it isn't really to do with moodle, moodle is just the tool, but I figured someone here might have hit this problem before me!