The learning gain agenda seeks to measure the value of higher education to improve quality and accountability in the sector. Collecting meaningful learning gain data requires meaningful engagement from students. This is only possible if students can see a link between the data collection instruments and their own experiences education and skills development. Based on the results of focus groups feedback interviews and qualitative survey data from the University of Lincoln this presentation will explore students’ understanding of learning gain and seeks to comment on the challenge of implementing a universal learning gain metric.
Advance HE Teaching & Learning Conference 2018: Measuring learning gain in higher education: Student voices on the challenge of meaningful engagement
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