Teachers should help facilitate learning, students should take responsibility for their learning.
We empower students to take responsibility for their learning, and to engage with peers and communities to further their education. We give meaningful feedback about what is right and what is wrong, and provide learning resources as and when they are needed, anytime and anywhere.
We need to value each other as people in relationships of trust, respect and challenge. We need to work together to ensure that learning is purposeful and enjoyable. We aim to ensure that all students have an enjoyable and successful time with us. For this to happen we need an agreed Code of Conduct.
Whilst it’s not possible to lay down an exhaustive list of standards, detailed below are general examples which demonstrate the levels of conduct EVOLVE expects from students:
EVOLVE reserves the right to suspend access to or require a student to leave a course (without refund) at any stage if that student is guilty of inappropriate conduct or behaviour or of acting, in our view, in any way which detrimentally affects the learning experience of others or other circumstances apply which we deem unacceptable.