You are here:-Student engagement
Student engagement 2017-03-13T13:28:23+00:00
Engagement: escaping education’s ‘death valley’

Talking about student engagement, Sir Ken Robinson outlines 3 principles crucial for the human mind to flourish — and how current education culture works against them

This framework has been designed by the HEA to support institutions and individuals in ensuring that all students have the opportunity to succeed in higher education, and to develop skills, knowledge and attributes to make successful transitions into, through and beyond HE, including further study, training and employment or self-employment.

In-depth research carried out by the NUS into the specific experiences and attainment of LGBT students in Higher Education.

The ECU approach is evidence-based, using research to identify and change practices that unfairly exclude, marginalise or disadvantage people. This evidence supports institutions to remove barriers to progression and success for all staff and students.

This HEA toolkit complements the strategic direction set out in the HEA’s Framework for internationalising higher education and offers tools for reflection and planning  to help you embed the framework into policy and practice.