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Stand Alone HE Jun 18
Sally Olohan MBE is kicking off our conference this morning. Looking forward to great discussion around how to measure and evaluate work with
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Jessica Benson-Egglenton Jun 18
Great example of a potentially harmful, assumption-based question to avoid: ‘Which family member provided you with the most support when applying to uni?’
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Becca Bland Jun 18
For small groups of students, like estranged students, qualitative data is the best way to measure the impact of interventions. Though it is useful to bear in mind these excellent benchmarks from
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UCL WP Research Team Jun 18
Really useful to hear from on indicative measures for outcomes for estranged students, esp. surrounding belonging
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Stand Alone HE Jun 18
It’s not enough to just say ‘we can’t’ collect data on small groups of students, like estranged students. There is work that institutions can do, like putting questions on enrolment forms.
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KCL What Works Jun 18
What a great event, getting the sector together to support estranged students in HE. Thanks for having us . Lots of food for thought to take back to What Works HQ
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Dr Rachel Spacey Jun 18
Great presentation from abt qualitative research & questioning. A great refresher for this researcher - stay assumption free! Ask for clarification- summarise, interpret and follow up
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Jessica Benson-Egglenton Jun 18
To continue the theme of quality qualitative methods, discussing some potential pitfalls in questioning approach. Ambiguous or leading questions can make for a bad experience all round. Clarity & not making assumptions = key
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Becca Bland Jun 18
Lynne Condell from was one of the first people worked with when we started out trying to change conditions for estranged students. She’s such an important voice in this sector and for this issue and thrilled she’s here at
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Stand Alone HE Jun 18
Measuring outcomes which are far beyond your control will be difficult. Try and measure smaller and more contributory measures - like belonging or mental health.
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Dr Zoe Baker Jun 18
Back in Sheffield after such a great event I had a lovely time and met lots of great people, and caught up with others I haven't seen for a long time 🙂Thank you for a wonderful day !
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Jessica Benson-Egglenton Jun 18
Fascinating to hear from Lynn Connell about the *many* points gives estranged students opportunity to disclose their situation pre & post entry. Giving best possible chance of getting support to where it’s needed.
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Unite Foundation Jun 18
sharing ambitions for students. We can agree with this wholeheartedly.
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Dr Zoe Baker Jun 18
Engaging and incredibly useful presentation from Miriam Styrnol on Theories of Change this afternoon
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Lucy Holehan Jun 18
of the new role and I’m for the conference. Looking forward to learning a lot today 🤓
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Shaneen Kainth Jun 18
hosting the with - measuring impacts and outcomes for estranged students. Chaired by our very own
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Unite Foundation Jun 18
Our Ops Manager, Helen is at today at Conference: Gathering data and measuring outcomes. and are also in attendance in a packed room of motivated professionals.
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The Office for Students (OfS) Jun 18
Our head of access and participation evaluation is speaking today at the conference about measuring outcomes for . Read more here about effective practice and why it matters:
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KCLWP Jun 18
Thanks to Miriam for explaining our evaluation approach to . Estranged student numbers may be small, but we believe we can still develop informative and robust evaluation to ensure our activities are effective
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Dr Rachel Spacey Jun 18
from OfS notes value of innovative methods for research with estranged students. If you're interested in using photo-solicitation or life writing pls get in touch with me. Happy to share experiences of these methods
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