Quality Standards 5.4 Curriculum achievement

Quality Standards 5.4 Curriculum achievement

Quality Standards 5.4              Curriculum achievement

Quality Standards Type           Process

Quality Standards Description:

          The results of curricular operations means the percentage of operational indicators in the Thai Qualifications Framework for Higher Education; listed in the curriculum document (TQF 2), Section 7, Item 7, which are fulfilled each academic year. The full-time program instructors report the annual operational results in the form of a curricular performance report (TQF 7).

The percentage of annual indicators achieved is less than 80% which receives a score of 0.00
The percentage of annual indicators achieved is 80% which receives a score of 3.50
The percentage of annual indicators achieved is between 80.01-89.99% which receives a score of 4.00
The percentage of annual indicators achieved is between 90.00-94.99% which receives a score of 4.50
The percentage of annual indicators achieved is between 95.00-99.99% which receives a score of 4.75
The percentage of annual indicators achieved is 100% which receives a score of 5.00

Operational Result

 


 No.

Key Performance Indicators

Followed Criteria

Not Followed Criteria

Operational Results

ID Evidence

1.

At least 80 percent of regular faculty members attend meetings to plan, monitor and review the operation of the program of studies.

Yes

 

80% of course instructors attend meetings to plan, monitor and review curriculum activities. According to the conference record of the Faculty of Education, Total = 5 times

5.4.1.1

 

2.

Curricular details follow from TQF 2 and confirm to the Thai Qualification Framework for Higher Education or competencies in the field of study (If applicable)

Yes

 

There is a detailed curriculum which is in consonance with the National Qualification Framework and has been acknowledged by the Commission.

5.4.2.1

3.

The details of every course and field experience (if applicable) follow form TQF 3 and TQF 4 and are available no later than the start of each semester.

Yes

 

There are details of the course in accordance with the TQF 3 AND TQF 4 before the beginning of the semester.

5.4.3.1 

4.

The performance reports of all courses and field experience (if applicable) are submitted, using forms TQF 5 and TQF 6, within 30 days after the end of each semester in which they were offered.

Yes

 

After the end of semester 1 and 2, the program let lecturers arrange for processing report outcome in accordance with TQF 5 for the whole complete 13 subjects within 30 days and save copies for the program department.

5.4.4.1 

5.

The performance report of the program is finished, using form TQF.07, within 60 days after the end of each academic year.

Yes

 

The program has already done the processing outcome report within 60 days after the end of semester.

5.4.5.1

6.

Student achievements are verified based on the learning outcome standards specified in forms TQF.03 and TQF.04 (if applicable) for at least 25 percent of the courses taught in each academic year.

Yes

 

There is a test measurement as specified in TQF 3.

 

The achievement of students in accordance with the learning achievement standards set forth and is verified.

 

(4 courses out of 12= 33.33%)

5.4.6.1

7.

The instructional methods, teaching strategies, or learning outcome evaluation is developed or improved based on the performance assessment report (TQF.07) of the previous year.

Yes

 

The program has improved the learning and teaching by conducting workshops for students and instructors.

5.4.7.1

 

8.

All new faculty members (if any) receive orientation or advice regarding instructional management.

N/A

 

No new faculty member employed within the academic year.

N/A

9.

All faculty members responsible for the curriculum receive training in academic and/or professional development at least once a year.

Yes

 

The faculty members responsible for the program attending the following trainings:

 

1.KM Seminar on Research

2.KM on Online Teaching (Google Classroom)

3.Academic KM on Disruptive University

4.TQF 3/5 Reviewers’ Workshop

5.IT Workshop Series on STIC Moodle/LMS

5.4.9.1

10.

The percentage of academic supporting staff (if applicable) who receive academic and/or professional development every year is not less than 50%.

N/A

 

We don’t have full-time academic supporting staff in this program.

 

11.

The average satisfaction level of senior students or new graduates towards the quality of the study program is not less than 3.5 out of 5.0.

Yes

 

In the academic year 2020, the program has evaluated the satisfaction level of program quality from last year’s students and has found out that an average of 4.55 out of 5 was satisfied with the programs.

 

12.

The average satisfaction level of employers towards new graduates is not less than 3.5 out of 5.0.

Yes

 

In the academic year of 2020, the program assessed the satisfaction level of employers towards new scholars and has found out that their satisfaction is at the average of 4.69 out of 5 and can be divided into the following aspects:

 

*Moral and Ethics;

*Knowledge;

*Cognitive Skills;

*Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility; and

*Analytical and communication skills

 

Total indicators for each year

10

Number of indicators with Passing Scores, Only Indicators 1-5

5

Percentage of Indicators 1-5

100

Number of Indicators with Passing Scores

10

Evidence

5.4.1.1Memo/Minutes of the meeting
5.4.2.1TQF 2
5.4.3.1TQF 3 & TQF 4
5.4.4.1TQF 5 & TQF 6
5.4.5.1TQF 7
5.4.6.1Verification of Learning Outcomes
5.4.7.1Project Report
5.4.8.1N/A
5.4.9.1Training Files/Documents:
KM on Online Teaching
Virtual Seminars
5.4.10.1N/A
5.4.11.1Students’ Satisfaction Survey Result on Program Quality
5.4.12.1Employers’ Satisfaction Survey
Result on Graduate Quality
Self-AssessmentScore
5.45.00

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