Resources: Progression

5 resources found for "Progression"
Access and Transition to Higher Education 1997 - 2001
Context, methodology and findings of a research project into the experience of mature students studying on their Access course (phase one of the project), into their transition to higher education (phase two), and into their experience of higher education (phase three). The research was conducted at the University of Derby
Gearing Up
Wendy Belk was last year’s winner of the ESCalate Higher Education Academy Subject Centre Network Student Award, which she entered whilst studying for her Community Education Postgraduate Certificate at Strathclyde University. Having completed her studies in the spring, she has recently secured work with a voluntary sector organisation, training and assessing other students in Community Development Work. The next three issues of the newsletter...
On the Rock Face... Rule of Engagement
Wendy Belk was last year’s winner of the ESCalate Higher Education Academy Subject Centre Network Student Award, which she entered whilst studying for her Community Education Postgraduate Certificate at Strathclyde University. Having completed her studies in the spring (2005), she has secured work with a voluntary sector organisation, training and assessing other students in Community Development Work. This is her second article in a series of...
Resources from Using e-portfolios: a workshop for staff in teacher education and HE in FE
Resources from the ESCalate event Using e-portfolios: a workshop for staff in Teacher Education and HE in FE, 21 May 2010. Includes presentations offering an Introduction to ESCalate and on Teaching and Teacher Education in a Digital Age
Tracking student progress
Tracking student progress is a publication from ESCalate on Initial Teacher Education. It is a report on discussions between a group at the 4 year degree day held at the University of Cumbria, Lancaster campus on Friday, February 6th 2009. How do you track your students to be sure you are adding value? Or are you ensuring they fulfil their potential - It argues that a major strength of the 4 year degree course is the length of time which students...