Quality Standards 4.3 Academic Innovation

Quality Standards 4.3  Academic Innovation

Quality Standards 4.3              Academic Innovation

Quality Standards Type          Outcome

Quality Standards Description:

     Instructor responsible for the curriculum/program of studies must manage in accordance with the system and mechanism in instructor administration and development to produce empirical results. To achieve important outcomes, Instructor responsible for the curriculum should produce academic innovations in form of teaching innovation or technological innovation or social innovation In accordance with the higher education standards set.

     Promoting and encouraging the teachers responsible for the curriculum/ program of studies to utilize knowledge, ability and experience according to field of responsibility are to produce innovative works or develop academic innovations. Aside from being an extension of new knowledge to support technological changes both in teaching and learning management or application to society, academic innovations are also the basis for developing students to be quality innovators continuously.

     Curriculum management performance which can reflect the quality of instructors in academic innovation can be judge from the their works in teaching and learning innovation or technological innovation or social innovation of the instructors responsible for the curriculum.

Assessment criteria

     Convert percentage of academic innovation works of the teacher responsible for the curriculum to a score between 0-5, with 40 percent or more of academic innovation works equal score 5

Calculation formula

1.Percentage of academic innovation work

     = (Sum of innovation work in academic year X 100)/Total number of professors responsible for the curriculum

2.Received score = (Percentage of academic innovation works X 5)/40

Remarks

     1) Sum of the work during the academic year is based on the number of academic innovation works that the teacher responsible for the curriculum/program of studies participates in.

     2) Academic innovation work may be teaching innovation or technological innovation or social innovation.

     3) One academic innovation work may have more than 1 producers.

Quality Levels of Academic Output

Weight Quality Level
0.20 – A full research/academic article published in proceedings of a national conference
0.40 – A full research/academic article published in the proceedings of an international conference, or a national-level academic journal that is not listed in the database in the Civil Service Commission on Institutions of Higher Education Announcement, or the OHEC Regulations Regarding Criteria to Appraise Journals that Disseminate Academic Output of 2013, but was submitted to the institutional council for approval
and announced to the public. The Civil Service Commission on Institutions of Higher Education/the CHE ( Commission on Higher Education)were informed within 30 days of this announcement.
– Output that was registered as a petty patent
0.60 – An research/academic article that is published in an academic journal listed in Group 2 of the TCI database
0.80 – A research/academic article published in an international academic journal which is not listed in the database in the Civil Service Commission on Institutions of Higher Education Announcement, or the OHEC Regulations Regarding Criteria to Appraise Journals that Disseminate Academic Output of 2013, but was submitted to the institutional council for approval and announced to the public. The Civil Service Commission on Institutions of Higher Education /the CHE(Commission on Higher Education) were informed within 30 days of this announcement (not on Beall’s list), or was published in an academic journal listed in Group 1 of the TCI database.
1.00 – A research/academic article published in an international academic journal that is listed in an international database in the Civil Service Commission on Institutions of Higher Education Announcement, or the OHEC Regulations Regarding Criteria to Appraise Journals that Disseminate Academic Output of 2013.
– Output that was registered as a patent
– Academic service to society that has passed assessment for requesting academic rank
– Research granted by a national department/organization
– Discovery of new plant/animal species that has been registered
– Textbook/books that has passed assessment for requesting academic rank
– Textbook/book that has passed assessment criteria for requesting academic rank, but has not been used in an academic rank request

Operational Result

The pandemic was a great challenge to all instructors. They had to adjust and innovate to meet the demands of the New Normal. Aside from the challenge to delivering quality instruction, making it appealing and fun to learners is another thing. The table below shows the academic innovation of our (2) two program instructors .

No.Name of InnovationName of the Lecturer
1English Fit & FunAj. Emelyn
2.Digital Drama SeriesAj. Dario

………Calculation…….

1.Percentage of academic innovation work

     = (Sum of innovation work in academic year X 100)/Total number of professors responsible for the curriculum 

2.Received score = (Percentage of academic innovation works X 5)/40

 ……………………………………………………………………………….

  1. Percentage of academic innovation work = 2 x100/5= 40
  2. Score =   40         

Evidence

4.3.1 Digital Drama Series
4.3.2English Fit & Fun
Self-AssessmentScore
4.35

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