C1 - CROS and PIRLS 2013: How to use results to enhance institutional policies and practice
|Presenters||Dr Ian Forristal - Head of Researcher Development, Queen Mary, University of London
Dr Robin Mellors-Bourne - Director of Research and Intelligence, CRAC: The Career Development Organisation
This session covered good practice from the sector (in the form of case studies) and discussed:
- methodology and tools used to analyse quantitative or qualitative data
- writing and structuring the survey report after the data analysis
- how findings could be communicated / shared across each institution
- challenges faced in promoting survey findings to key stakeholders
- how survey data could be used to influence institutional policy or planning processes
- institutional processes developed to monitor the implementation of any recommendations made in CROS/PIRLS reports
- how survey data was used to benchmark and measure progress
- aggregate results for CROS and PIRLS in 2013 and comparability with institutional findings.
- obtained a practical insight into how to report results of their own CROS / PIRLS surveys
- had the opportunity to consider a range of case studies relating to the effective utilisation of CROS / PIRLS survey data
- considered options for how to enhance institutional policies and practices within their own institutions
- gained an overview of latest national (aggregate) key results from the surveys.
Presentation of information, interaction and discussion.