Self Evaluation purpose
The purpose of Self Evaluation is to:
- Provide a space for the project leads to reflect on the work so far and what has been achieved.
- Highlight other areas of work/potential next steps/ways to develop the work further.
- Document the progress that has been made year on year.
- Show the impact of the work being taken forward.
- Allow Think Positive to demonstrate the impact of the SMHA project.
Think Positive will not share your submitted Self Evaluation. We will use the information included to highlight the work taking place across the sector e.g, ‘72% of participants have got feedback from students on their SMHA work’. This will not be identifiable to your institution or students’ association.
How to complete Self Evaluation
No one is expected to be excellent in all areas. Included in Self Evaluation are areas to work towards which require time. Be honest, self-reflective and use this space to discuss the progress made and challenges faced. Once completed this document can be used to help you to plan for the year ahead.
You’ll be able to access and populate your Self Evaluation throughout the year as the work progresses and when you feel it is relevant for you to do so. This is easier than trying to complete everything at the end of the year, so plan how and when you’d like to do this. E.g this could be as activities happen, once a month, once a quarter or something else.
On the questions which ask for evidence, this needs to be uploaded. Examples of what evidence could include are detailed on each question.
Tick ‘include this question in PDF output’ – on the questions you’d like to share on a PDF poster, which will be sent to you on completion and help you to highlight the impact of your work.
Bullet points are encouraged!
SMHA project leads should work completing Self Evaluation together and all Self Evaluations should be submitted via the Think Positive Hub by 29th May 2024.
If you have any question or would like support please contact us.
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