Quality Standards 4.2 Quality of Instructors

Quality Standards 4.2  Quality of Instructors

Quality Standards 4.2              Quality of Instructors

Quality Standards Type           Outcome

Quality Standards Description:

     Instructors responsible for the curriculum/program of study must manage the curriculum according to the system and mechanism for management and instructor improvement and development to produce empirical results that can be seen from   qualified and quality instructors that are suitable for the curriculum/program and quality academic outputs.

     Quality of instructors responsible for the curriculum/program of study result from well defined recruitment and appointment system, and instructor management and improvement and development system. Therefore directed degree qualification instructors, holding doctoral degree instructors, holding academic ranks instructors, and instructors with good quality academic outputs are in the curriculum/program appropriately.

Assessment criteria

      Curriculum management performance that showed the quality of instructors will be based on:

       Indicator 4.2.1 Instructor Qualifications which are classified into 3 sub-indicators:

                                 4.2.1-1 Directed degree qualification instructors,

                                 4.2.1-2 Holding doctoral degree instructors, and

                                 4.2.1-3 Holding academic ranks instructors.

        Indicator 4.2.2 Instructors Academic Outputs.

4.2.1 Instructor Qualifications

4.2.1 Instructor Qualifications

              4.2.1-1 Curricular/Program of Studies Direct/Related Degree Qualification

              Calculation Formula

              1) Percentage of instructors responsible curriculum/program of study who has direct degree qualification = (X / 5)*100 = Y

              2) Received score = (Y / 100)*5

– 100% of instructors responsible curriculum/program of study who has direct degree qualification = 5 mark

               4.2.1-2 Holding Doctoral Degrees

                 Assessment Criteria
                 Convert the percentage of Instructors Responsible for a Program of Study with Doctoral Degrees into a score of between 0 – 5.

                – Bachelors Degree Program
                  The percentage of Instructors Responsible for a Program of Study with Doctoral Degrees is defined as 5 = 20% or higher.
                – Masters Degree Program
                  The percentage of Instructors Responsible for a Program of Study with Doctoral Degrees is defined as 5 = 60% or higher.

                   Calculation Formula

                 1) Percentage of instructors responsible curriculum/program of study who hold doctoral degrees = (X / 5)*100 = Y

                 2) Received score = (Y / 20)*5        

– 20% of instructors responsible curriculum/program of study who hold doctoral degrees = 5 mark

                  Remark:
                  Doctoral Degree qualifications are defined as Level of qualifications awarded to a PhD Or qualifications equivalent to a doctorate degree according to the criteria for considering qualifications, the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation. In the event that the educational background is adjusted, the educational background adjustment shall be counted within the academic year being assessed.

              4.2.1-3 Holding Academic Ranks

            Assessment Criteria
            Convert the percentage of Instructors Responsible for a Program of Study with academic rank into a score of between 0 – 5.
            – Bachelors Degree Program
The percentage of Instructors Responsible for a Program of Study with rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor combined is defined as 5 = 60% or higher.
            – Masters Degree Program
The percentage of Instructors Responsible for a Program of Study with rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor combined is defined as 5 = 80% or higher.

              Calculation Formula

              1) Percentage of instructors responsible curriculum/program of study who hold academic ranks  = (X / 5)*100 = Y

              2) Received score = (Y / 60)*5

– 60% of instructors responsible curriculum/program of study who hold academic ranks = 5 mark

4.2.2 Faculty Members Academic Productivity (Weighted Sum of Academic Productivity)

4.2.2 Faculty Members Academic Productivity (Weighted Sum of Academic Productivity)

     Assessment criteria

     Convert percentage of academic outputs  of the instructor responsible for the curriculum to a score between 0-5, with  20 percent or more of academic outputs  equal  score  5 (Bachelor Degree Level) and 40 percent or more of academic outputs  equal  score  5 (Master Degree Level and Graduate Diploma Level) .

     Calculation Formula

     – Bachelor degree level (20% of academic outputs = 5 marks)

1.Percentage of weighted sum of academic outputs = (X/5)*100 = Y

2.Received score = (Y / 20)*5

     – Master degree and Graduate Diploma level (40% of academic outputs = 5 marks)

1.Percentage of weighted sum of academic outputs = (X/5)*100 = Y

2.Received score = (Y / 40)*5 = 5

     Notes

1.Publications and works of instructors will be counted from the date of publication in national or international journals. Not counting from the date of acceptance.

2.Published articles must be in document or electronics full paper format.

3.Research outputs of instructors published in the assessment year are all counted.

4.Published articles can be weighted according to the quality of academic works as indicated in the table below.

Quality Levels of Academic Outputs

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.
– Output that was registered as a petty patent
0.60 – A research/academic article that is published in an academic journal listed in Group 2 of the TCI database
0.80 – A research/academic article that is 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 or translated books that has passed assessment for requesting academic rank
– Textbook/book translated books that has passed assessment criteria for requesting academic rank, but
has not been used in an academic rank request – A research/academic article that is citeded in a national academic journal listed in Group 1 of the TCI database or in an international journal listed in international database according to the Civil Service Commission on Institutions of Higher Education Announcement.

Operational Result

4.2.1 Instructor Qualifications

4.2.1-1 Curricular/Program of Studies Direct/Related Degree Qualification

No. 1 Dr. Dwiptendra Bandyopadhyay

  • Educational backgrounds
DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
BachelorMathematics University of Calcutta 1985
MasterPure MathematicsUniversity of Calcutta 1987
DoctoratePure Mathematics University of Calcutta 1998
  • Academic Works
TitleName of JournalIndexYear
General Integral Transform – its Convergence and ConsequencesBoletin da Sociedade Paranaense de MatematicaScopus 2020
Cooperative Learning by Student Teams-Achievement Divisions Method (STAD) in Statistic Learning of St. Theresa International College’s Students in Nakhorn Nayok Province,
Anthropology of Education eJournal Vol 2, Issue 6, January 09, 2017 pp 1-6
SSRN2559
Correlation between the Open Approach Teaching in Mathematics and the Critical Thinking of First Year Students of St Theresa International College, Thailand
Cognition in Mathematics, Science, & Technology eJournal Vol 9, Issue 47, December 19, 2017 pp 1-2
SSRN2560
Developing the Role of Thailand’s Educational Administrators in the 21st Century of Administration Changes
Anthropology of Education eJournal
Vol 3, Issue 26, March 07, 2018 pp 1-6
SSRN2560

No. 2 Dr. Safiqul Islam

  • Educational backgrounds
DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
BachelorMathematicsUniversity of Calcutta1998
MasterApplied Mathematics Netaji Subhas Open University 2010
DoctorateApplied Mathematics (Science)Jadavpur University2014
  • Academic Works
Title Name of Journal Index Year
Model of wormholes under Krori-Barua spacetime in
the presence of matter
Journal of Physics: Conference SeriesScopus2019
Indian Connections to Nobel PrizesScientific Voyage TCI22020
Modified Chaplygin gas with bulk viscous cosmology in FRW
(2+1)-dimensional spacetime
Indian Academy of Science Scopus2019

No. 3 Dr. Melven Acasio Morales

  • Educational backgrounds
DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
BachelorMathematicsMisamis University1998
MasterMAEd-Math EducationMisamis University2002
DoctorateEdD-Educational ManagementMisamis University2005
  • Academic Works
Title Name of Journal Index Year
Excellent Math Teachers through the Eyes of Future Math Teachers: Basis for Developing a New ParadigmSt Theresa Journal TCI22020
Correlation between the Open Approach Teaching in Mathematics and the Critical Thinking of First Year Students of St Theresa International College, Thailand
Cognition in Mathematics, Science, & Technology eJournal Vol 9, Issue 47, December 19, 2017 pp 1-2
SSRN2560

No. 4 Siriwan Tanyong

  • Educational backgrounds
DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
Bachelorศ.บ. (การคลัง)มหาวิทยาลัยรามคำแหง2524
Masterค.ม. (การวัดและการประเมินผลการศึกษา)จุฬาลงกรณ์มหาวิทยาลัย2531
  • Academic Works
Title Name of Journal Index Year
Understanding Personal Learning Environment Perspectives of Thai International Tourism and Hospitality Higher Education Students.Journal of Education and Practice Vol7, No10 2016 pp 128-139ERIC2558
A Study on Simulation Methods in Academic Success with Reference to Teaching Biology for Education Journal of Education and Practice Vol.7, No.11 April 2016 pp 164-168ERIC2558
Prevention of Accidents and Risk Factors of Road Safety of School Buses in the Capital City and in the Suburbs of Thailand
Journal of Education and Practice Vol.7, No.11 April 2016 pp 164-168
SSRN2559

Three Types of Educational Research: Comparison and Contrast
St. Theresa Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Vol.6, No.1 January-June 2020 pp 231-251TCI22562

Management Ability in Discovery Museum Tourism
Case Study on Pak Phli Museum, the Phuan People, Nakhon Nayok, Thailand

St. Theresa Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Vol.6, No.2 July-December 2020 pp 70-79
TCI22563

No. 5 Payap Sriyanonphinit

  • Educational backgrounds
DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
Bachelorกศ.บ. (คณิตศาสตร์)มหาวิทยาลัยศรีนครินทรวิโรฒ2525
Masterศศ.ม. (คณิตศาสตร์ศึกษา)มหาวิทยาลัยรามคำแหง2555
  • Academic Works
Title Name of Journal IndexYear
Applying The STEM Education To Develop A Curriculum For The Children’s Day CareTeachers Of Early Childhood Education In ThailandSolid State Technology Volume: 63 Issue: 6 Publication Year: 2020 pp 16013-16025Scopus2020
The Correlation Between Playground Management and the Safety in the Primary School, Pathumthani Province, ThailandEducational Organization eJournal Vol 2, Issue 3, January 10, 2019 pp 1-3
SSRN2019

………..Calculation………..

1) Percentage of instructors responsible curriculum/program of study who has direct degree qualification = (5 / 5)*100 = 100

2) Received score = (100 / 100)*5  = 55

…………………………………………………………………………………………..

Self-AssessmentScore
4.2.1-15

 4.2.1-2 Holding Doctoral Degrees

No.Name of the LecturerDegree
1Dr. Dwiptendra Bandyopadhyay PhD
2Dr. Safiqul IslamPhD/Post Doc
3Dr. Melven Acasio MoralesEdD

………..Calculation………..

1) Percentage of instructors responsible curriculum/program of study who hold doctoral degrees = (3 / 5)*100 = 60

2) Received score = (60 / 20)*5 = 15 = 5

…………………………………………………………………………………………

Self-AssessmentScore
4.2.1-25

4.2.1-3 Holding Academic Ranks

No.Name of the LecturerAcademic Ranks
1

 ………..Calculation………..

1) Percentage of instructors responsible curriculum/program of study who hold academic ranks  = (0 / 5)*100 = 0

2) Received score = (0 / 60)*5  = 0

Self-AssessmentScore
4.2.1-30

Evidence

4.2.1.1 1. Dr. Islam Safiqul
4.2.1.2 2. Dr. Morales Melven Acasio
4.2.1.3 3. Dr. Bandyopadhyay Dwiptendra
4.2.1.4 4. อาจารย์ศิริวรรณ ตันย้ง
4.2.1.5 5. อาจารย์พยัพ ศรียานนท์พินิจ
Self-AssessmentScore
4.2.1-15
4.2.1-25
4.2.1-30
Overall Average Score 4.2.13.33

4.2.2 Faculty Members Academic Productivity (Weighted Sum of Academic Productivity)

  • Instructor Academic Outputs in 2020 Academic Year
No.TitleName of the LecturerName of JournalIndexWeight
1Gravitational model of compact sphecrical Reissner-Nordström-type star under f(R,T) gravityDr. Safiqul Islam Journal of Dynamical Systems and Geometric TheoriesWeb of Science1
2Wormhole solutions in embedding class 1 space timeDr. Safiqul IslamInternational Journal of Modern Physics AScience Citation Index1
3. Excellent Math Teachers through the Eyes of Future Math Teachers: Basis for Developing a New ParadigmDr. Melven Acasio MoralesSt Theresa JournalTCI20.6
4Management Ability in Discovery Museum Tourism Case Study on Pak Phli Museum, the Phuan People, Nakhon Nayok, ThailandSiriwan TanyongSt Theresa JournalTCI20.6
5Applying The STEM Education to Develop a Curriculum for The Children’s Day Care Teachers of Early Childhood Education In Thailand Payap SriyanonphinitSolid State Technology Scopus 1

………..Calculation………..

1.Percentage of weighted sum of academic outputs = (4.2/5)*100 = 84

2.Received score = (84 / 20)*5 = 21 = 5

……………………………………………………………………………………………

Self-AssessmentScore
4.2.25

Evidence

4.2.2.1 Wormhole solutions in embedding class 1 space time
4.2.2.2Gravitational model of compact sphecrical Reissner-Nordström-type star under f(R,T) gravity
4.2.2.3Excellent Math Teachers through the Eyes of Future Math Teachers: Basis for Developing a New Paradigm
4.2.2.4Management Ability in Discovery Museum Tourism
Case Study on Pak Phli Museum, the Phuan People, Nakhon Nayok, Thailand
4.2.2.5Applying The STEM Education To Develop A Curriculum For The Children’s Day CareTeachers Of Early Childhood Education In Thailand
Self-AssessmentScore
4.2.13.33
4.2.25
Overall Average Score 4.24.165

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