The Conley Readiness Index at INTO Newcastle University

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INTO Newcastle University completed a study evaluating whether the Conley Readiness Index could act as a diagnostic tool in various student support and wellbeing scenarios. They found that the CRI added value, strengthened skills, built positivity and supported students moving forwards in their learning journey.

David Broadbent is the Deputy Programme Manager on the Pre-sessional English Programme and the VLE/Digital Lead at INTO Newcastle University. He has worked closely to implement CRI into the programme and assess its impact with both teachers and students. This study below reflects his thoughts and experiences of implementing CRI.

The teaching and learning team at INTO Newcastle University were clear that The Conley Readiness Index enhanced student experience. And more. It provided opportunities to support learners both pastorally and academically during their university transition.

Read the full study (PDF | 175kb)

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