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UK students and sex work: current knowledge and research issues
Available evidence, largely arecdotal suggests that students are turning to quick ways of making money such as work in the sex industry in order to balance their finances, a trend seen in other countries with similar student ...
'There's a place for us'- and our graduates - in the workplace
(The British Psychological Society, 2009)
This article forms part of a special issue of Psychology Teaching Review. The article contributes to a discussion on the future employability of psychology graduates.
Peer support equals successful study
(The Higher Education Academy, 2004-07)
Wondered how to get a very nearly 100% pass rate in a subject new to undergraduates?
Supporting the transition from HND Social Sciences into BPS accredited second year psychology degrees
(Higher Education Academy Psychology Network, 2006-10-26)
Executive Summary Under the auspices of the Higher Education Academy Psychology Network, and supported by the Scottish Funding Council, a small Colleges/ HEI working group was set up with the objective of investigating ...
Work to win: formative feedback on demand
(The Higher Education Academy, 2004-06)
Students are given the opportunity to submit and receive formative feedback on draft pieces of coursework at any stage in the learning process, giving them timely advice that they can act upon, learn from, and resubmit ...
Constructing graduate attributes: a personality profile in action
(Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2010-09-25)
Developing the personal, dissolving the political
(World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 2008-05)
The emergence of person-centred discourse based around notions of ‘personal development planning’ and ‘work-life balance’ has taken hold in education and the workplace in recent years. This paper examines this discourse ...
Graduate attributes in higher education: profiles or competencies?
(British Sociological Association, 2011-04-08)
Higher education is in a state of transformation across the world. The 2009 synthesis report from the Global University Network for Innovation draws attention to the many challenges that confront the sector. There is a ...
Gender and personal development planning in higher education
(Stockholms universitet, 2009-08-06)
In the United Kingdom it has been just over ten years since Personal development Planning (PDP) was proposed by the National Commission into Higher Education (Dearing, 1997) and since then it has become a central feature ...