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There are currently 14 terms in this directory beginning with the letter P.
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Peer evaluation
A systematic process for facilitating and assessing student collaborative learning within a group which includes the design, development and implementation of assessment tasks, and the judgement and reporting of each student’s performance

Performance standards
Different levels of learning achievement in relation to learning outcomes

Placement
The engagement of a student by an industry and community partner in a discipline related workplace setting, or an equivalent professional undertaking by a student, for the purpose of satisfying the expected subject and course learning outcomes

Plagiarism
Using someone else’s work (language, concepts, diagrams, graphics, procedures) and representing them as your own original work and/or failing to correctly acknowledge the work of others

Policy
A high level strategic directive that establishes principles to guide decision making

Policy framework
The standard approach to and organisation of the development, establishment, amendment and review of policies to ensure relevance, authority and consistency

Portfolio
A collection of evidence of performance indicators or reflections, which can be stored in a single document, folder or blog

Postgraduate course
An accredited course of study intended for graduates or professionals wishing to develop their competency in a particular discipline, at a higher than undergraduate level, or gain advanced knowledge in a new discipline. This type of course does not include a major research component

Principal course
The main course of study to be undertaken by an international student where a student visa has been issued for multiple courses of study. The principal course of study would normally be the final course of study where the international student arrives in Australia with a student visa that covers multiple courses

Privacy notice
A statement that personal information is being collected and what information is being collected, who is collecting the information, and their contact details and address, why this information is being collected and how it will be used, including (but not limited to) the primary purposes and any known secondary purposes for the information in question, whether the information will be disclosed, to whom and for what reason, how a person can request access to their personal information or amend/update it, whether the supply of the information is voluntary or required by law, and any consequences if the information requested is not provided. In some cases, if information is not provided, certain actions may not be possible and may disadvantage the person concerned. This may also be the case if consent is withdrawn

Procedural fairness
Acting fairly in administrative decision making. It relates to the fairness of the procedure by which a decision is made

Procedures
A document that details the operational steps that should be undertaken in order to implement a policy

Professional experience
Experience obtained through the practice of a profession, including teaching experience, scholarship and professional practice and from which the professional competency, knowledge, skills and learning outcomes achieved can be assessed

Promotional material
All advertising, marketing and recruitment activities