To help you better prepare for success in the moderated units of Creative iMedia, we have a variety of resources available. You can find all the key information here in one place.
Read the guidance in our specification on pages 51 to 63 which clarifies how much assistance you can give your students completing the set assignment of the moderated units..
We’ve created three specific templates for you to give your students when they are creating: a storyboard, a test table, an asset table.
To support your understanding of using referencing and the acceptable levels of guidance you can give your students, watch our guidance video, download the supporting document and join a free webinar in March. Also share our short best practice video with your students' and download a free classroom poster on referencing and plagiarism.
To help guide you in best practice in delivery and assessment:
An overview of our expectations for Creative iMedia in general. A good place to start, particularly if you’re new to teaching this qualification.
Our unit marking guidance documents offer advice on the type of evidence students should be providing, along with a number of different approaches to creating their evidence. The supporting discussion videos with our subject advisors and principle moderator will help you understand more about the delivery.
Join our free 'Ask the moderator: permissible guidance and referencing' webinar on 29 March 2022 where we'll look at:
Understanding the assessment: making the grade
Our free one day events will:
Ask the moderator: moderated units Q&A
These free twilight sessions are a unique and interactive opportunity to engage with the Moderator on the issues that matter most to you.
'Building your confidence in internal assessment' online training
Take a look at our online training platform, OCR Train, where we have a FREE course "Building your confidence in internal assessment".
Designed to help you build your confidence in all aspects of delivery, marking and administering internal assessment, you'll be able to complete the course in your own time, and at your own pace.
It’s easy to get started – simply register with your name and centre number and we’ll email you the link to begin the course.
The best place to start is with the Introductory module and then move on to your qualification-specific modules, which gives you the opportunity to gain hands-on practice marking example candidate work with advice from Principal Moderators.
Student guidance video and worksheets
We've produced a video with supporting worksheets/exercises on Work Plans, covering the correct approach needed that meets the requirements of the Creative iMedia criteria.
It highlights the different approaches to producing a work plan, so your students can learn what they are and how to do them.
Watch video Download worksheets
This guide gives further help and support on generating and submitting student work for moderation. It also explains malpractice and how you can avoid this.
We have a number of documents to guide you on the administration of delivering a Cambridge National.
Cambridge Nationals admin overview
Key dates and timetables
Entry codes booklet
Creative iMedia Moderation Submission Checklist
Internal Assessment for general qualifications and Cambridge Nationals
Section 6 of ‘Instructions for conducting coursework’
A friendly guide on Plagiarism in Assessments