Using records of achievement in higher education
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Using records of achievement in higher education [progranmme for a conference] held at Woolley Hall near Wakefield, West Yorkshire, Tuesday July 7th 1992. by

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Published by Higher Education for Capability in [Leeds] .
Written in English

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Conference organised by Higher Education for Capability and others.

ContributionsHigher Education for Capability.
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Pagination[26] leaves ;
Number of Pages26
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Open LibraryOL17358513M

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This collection of 22 essays examines the use of records of achievement (student profiles or portfolios) in higher and vocational education in the United Kingdom. They include: (1) "Records of Achievement: Background, Definitions, and Uses" (Alison Assiter and Eileen Shaw); (2) "Profiling in Higher Education" (Alison Assiter and Angela Fenwick); (3) "Records of Achievement and Admission to Cited by: This article explores a series of issues surrounding the use of Records of Achievement (RoAs) within higher education and seeks to understand the way in which a small group of first year students.   Ability measured by grade-point average in pre-university education was the most important predictor of achievement, followed by work discipline, age, and gender. Involvement, work discipline, and perceived course difficulty affected the perception of the quality of the instructor/ by: As private higher education gradually takes on a more significant role in the Chinese educational system, due to the inability of the government to accommodate the growing demand for higher.

IMPROVING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT 5 School characteristics. An important school-level variable that met the cut-off criteria is school size (d = ). While Hattie, in general, does not consider interaction effects, optimal school size appears to be higher for affluent, . Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) in October to review the recommendations from the White Paper relating specifically to recording student achievement, value added, degree classifications and credit systems. Higher was the level of parental education better was the achievement motivation in academic area. Chaturvedi () investigated the effect of school environment and certain demographic variables on achievement motivation and academic achievement of young adolescents. achievement of homeschooled students compared to traditionally schooled students attending a Catholic university located in South Florida. In addition, this study offers empirical data for all those interested in the academic success of homeschooled students in higher education, in .

A Handbook for Teaching and Learning in Higher Educationis sensitive to the competing demands of teaching, r esearch and scholarship, and academic management. Against these contexts, the book focuses on developing professional academic skills for teaching. Dealing with the rapid expansion of the use of technology in higher education and. A book Rethinking University Teaching (Laurillard,) as a whole is a master class in higher education and how to apply technology to this book an important view of learning is presented which has significant implications for both teaching and the use of technology in higher education This study promotes organizational. The Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR) is designed to encourage a more sophisticated approach to recording student achievement, which acknowledges fully the range of opportunities that higher education institutions in the UK offer to their students. records, and provide a range of services relating to the management and use of records. According to Shepherd () organizations use records to support accountability when they want to prove that they have met their obligations or complied with best practices according to the established policies.