These case studies have been developed by the Centre for Recording Achievement on behalf of the Higher Education Academy. Their purpose is to illustrate how a range of higher education institutions in the UK have approached the formative and developmental role of the Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR).
The document includes the following case studies:
Case study 1: promoting student engagement within and beyond the curriculum;
Case study 2: ‘end of year HEARs’ as an aid to decision making and development;
Case study 3: demonstrating employability and raising aspirations;
Case study 4: emphasising ‘life-wide learning’ with students and staff;
Case study 5: fostering confidence in articulating learning and achievements;
Case study 6: a catalyst for re-thinking the academic year;
Case study 7: a focus for students to review wider achievements with tutors.