Why Evaluate: a widening participation symposium 27th November

Why Evaluate: a widening participation symposium 27th November

Why Evaluate: a widening participation symposium 27th November 2017 Evaluating with Students Workshop Caroline Heaton Sheffield Hallam University Jane de Vekey Students Union at Bournemouth University

[email protected] http://blogs.shu.ac.uk/steer [email protected] https://www.subu.org.uk/insight-policy Evaluating with students: definition? Evaluating with students: examples Evaluating with students: examples

Appreciative Inquiry Evaluating with students: examples Student interviews conducted by Student Researchers (findings shared with staff) "I think quite a fe w things have aff ected my learning experien ce, sort of the fee

ling of isolation mainly. I think that I could have done a lot better, like a c onsiderable amo unt not just a little bit, if I felt m ore included and also if I felt valued because n

ot being valued s tarts to make you not va lue yourself." Evaluating with students: examples Evaluating with students: examples Photo diaries & interviews I think some students dont particularly want to

illustrate it to everybody that they are a carer and I think its really, really difficult because some people feel very very much that its private its personal and they dont really want it out there for everybody to know Evaluating with students: examples Informal, semi-structured group discussions Used with specific student groups, for example:

First in Family students Student Carers Black and Minority Ethnic students Initial contact via a generally-advertised drop-in session, with participants coming from that group. Interviews facilitated a group discussion around how well-supported students are, whats working well and what could be improved for them.

Evaluating with students: examples My Voice, My Story: participatory photographic and story technique (photovoice) where students research their own lives through taking photos and narrating their stories: Evaluating with students: examples Institution-wide questionnaire to explore students experiences, part of a wider 3-year research project with a web toolkit: Evaluating with students:

Your turn Share examples of your experience of evaluating with students - your challenges / successes Share your ideas for new activities Choose one idea to work on as a fully-planned evaluation project Rationale Aim and objectives Actions

Outputs Participation Experience Benefits / outcomes Impact Evaluating with students Rationale Aim and objectives

What, and why? Aspiration? Targets along the way? Actions What will you actually do? Outputs

Tangible evidence of action? Participation and stakeholders Who's directly involved? Experience Benefits / outcomes

Impact Who has an interest? What happens to participants? What's that like? Risks? Immediate consequences? How will things improve? Longer term, how will the situation have

changed? Evaluating with students: and finally... Share your idea Your take-away actions (postcard) Email address list for further information

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