Transition in, through and out of Sheffield Hallam – to support the academic, applied and professional student journey
Who are we?
The group leads on the design, development and implementation of generic transition models to support Sheffield Hallam students in, through and out of higher education that can be adopted by any discipline area. The models are aligned to the Shaping Futures strategy and support the Highly Skilled Employment (HSE) ambition.
The pre-arrival on-line transition model, which is the first in this series, has been developed and evaluated. It is now part of the University’s Welcome Week offer and has been adopted by 40 course areas. A transition model toolkit has also been developed to support the academic community and the model has been featured as a Hallam Model case study.
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The group plans to create transition models to support student to move between academic year levels. The focus of each model will be to assist the learner build on their learning, especially from their HSE module from year to year. The authentic nature of these HSE modules and the Transition Models align to the Hallam Model principles in supporting learners to:
- Engage – learn beyond the University in work-experience opportunities
- Challenge – applying theory to real-world issues.
- Collaborate – externally with employers, with course peers and cross-discipline opportunities and the local community
- Thrive – personally & professionally to meet future aspirations
Group lead: Charmaine Myers email: firstname.lastname@example.org