Studying at college has a lot to do with taking own responsibility for your studies, although we regularly follow up your development to ensure that you are on the right path to achieving your learning goals.
When you start your time of study at the college you will be allocated a mentor who will be available if you have questions or in need of help with anything. Your mentor will also hold regular meetings with you at which you will have the opportunity to discuss your development. Your teachers will also monitor your development within their respective subjects.
Evaluation, measurement and follow-up
When we measure your personal learning development, we base that measurement on the curriculum, programme goals, course goals, work planning and your own individual study plan. Your teachers evaluate each course together with you. Your learning goals are measured with the help of various tools and methods, both written and oral, and in relation to your project work. If we discover other possible ways to measure your learning development, naturally these will be taken into consideration when evaluating your grades.
The college uses a digital system for the follow-up process. You and your parents are able to log onto that system at any time in order to see your course evaluations, follow-ups, test and assignment results, study plan, records of your attendance/absences, your study schedule and much more. Your parents also receive information by way of a performance appraisal meeting that is held once each study term in accordance with your individual plan.