Assignment 4: Introduction to RA, LASA, and Portfolio

Assignment 4: Introduction to RA, LASA, and Portfolio
A required assignment (RA) is a substantive assessment intended to measure students’ performance against selected course objectives and/or program outcomes within a course. RAs are completed by all students across all Argosy University campuses and delivery formats without exception. Each RA assignment contributes to a significant portion of the overall course grade and is assessed by faculty using the rubric designed for that assessment. These are individual assignments, and students earn individual grades. RAs are not intended to assess students on every topic covered in the course but just on the key course objectives and/or program outcomes.
Click here to view the RA alignment table.
A Learning Assessment System Assignment (LASA) is a signature assessment intended to measure students’ performance against selected course objectives and/or program outcomes within a course. These signature assessments are completed by all students across all Argosy University campuses and delivery formats without exception. Each assignment contributes to a significant portion of the overall course grade and is assessed by faculty using the rubric designed for that assessment. These are individual assignments, and students earn individual grades. Both the signature assignments and related rubrics become part of the Learning Outcome Manager database and are used in the aggregate to evaluate levels of student learning, as well as the effectiveness of the curriculum, course content, and faculty. The combined results of the signature assessments across an entire academic program provide a comprehensive picture of the students’ academic programs. This data drives the continuous improvement cycle as part of comprehensive program reviews conducted by the colleges.
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In this course, there is one RA and one LASA assignment that make up 50% of your total class grade.
In the RA assignment, you will develop a paper that will help uncover your multicultural background as well as any potential ethical challenges you may face both in counseling and supervision. Your final product will be in a Microsoft Word document and be approximately 5–7 pages in length. Utilize three to five scholarly sources in your research (not including relevant codes of ethics and laws). Click here to read the description of RA.
The LASA assignment will help individuals not only apply an ethical decision-making model but also clearly identify a conceptual model for risk management that can be used throughout one’s clinical practice. Your final product will be in a Microsoft Word paper and be approximately 8–10 pages in length. Utilize approximately six to eight scholarly sources in your research. Click here to read the description of LASA.
Tasks:
Carefully review the description of each of these critical projects, prepare a timeline for completing all parts of them, and submit that timeline to your instructor as described below.
Describe exactly what you will do to complete these tasks and when you will do each of these things.
List the resources and information you will need to obtain to complete the tasks.

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