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How to improve student outcomes on your course


 Educational outcomes are measured in terms of the proportion of students on a course who continue on the course, complete the course, and progress from the course to graduate employment. 

Student Continuation Right Arrow

Excellent student continuation requires integrated course-level design of opportunities for student integration, preparation, and orientation. Specifically, each student on the course should have appropriate, tailored opportunities for: Personal and social integration, Academic and disciplinary preparation and Course and professional orientation.

Student Completion Right Arrow

Excellent student completion requires course strategies for assessment, feedback, and student agency. Specifically, students should be able to engage with a constructively aligned curriculum, developmental teaching and learning activities and an organised course. 

Graduate Employment Right Arrow

Excellent student progression requires coherent course-level learning pathways that lead to graduate employment. Specifically, graduates should have opportunities to achieve, a sought-after qualification accrediting achievement in a relevant subject, personal and professional development that empowers the student to navigate a route from the course to graduate employment and  independent learning and collaborative working. 

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