Category Archives: evaluation

Some suggestions of how we can capture the learner voice in employer engagement arrangements

One of my roles at Harper is to act as Student Advocate for Employer Engagement courses. This is a new arrangement and so the role and associated procedures are under development. Feedback channels for learners to have their voices heard … Continue reading

Posted in evaluation, HE, module design, Work-based learning | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Subtle evaluation, not so subtle wellies

One of my ongoing projects is to evaluate work-based learning at Harper. I started out with a very clear process in mind, each initiative would be considered in terms of its impact on staff, learners and employers. The methods available … Continue reading

Posted in evaluation, REEDNet, Work-based learning | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Work-based learning Impact Study, summary notes.

Ahead of undertaking some sizable WBL evaluation I wanted to cross check my own evakuation design with the HEA Work-Based learning Impact study. In doing this I have jotted ouut the key elements of this report for future reference.   Reasons … Continue reading

Posted in evaluation, HE, Work-based learning | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Fuzzy Evaluation (evaluating work based learning)

Evaluating work based learning is increasingly appearing to be a messy business! With a range of developments to evaluate I am needing to focus the planning of evaluation structures at a level which attends to what we want to know, … Continue reading

Posted in evaluation, Work-based learning | Tagged , | Leave a comment