Components 5 Curriculum Learning Management and Learning Support Resources
Even though all curricular programs that are offered by educational institutions must be approved by the Office of the Higher Education Commission, and updated every 5 years, administrators must take responsibility for overseeing curricular management to ensure its constant effectiveness and efficiency. The curriculum management committee has a role and duty to administer 3 important aspects, namely: (1) Curricular Design and Development; (2) Learning Management; (3) Learner assessment. Running a program’s internal quality assurance system involves the curriculum, learning and teaching, and learner assessment in accordance with the Thai Qualifications Framework established by the Office of the Higher Education Commission. Assessment of indicators must place importance on keeping course contents up-to-date, keeping pace with constantly changing technology, and setting up instructional and academic advising systems. Instructors/advisors must be knowledgeable, with appropriate expertise, experience and qualifications to develop students to reach their full potential, organizing student-centered learning/teaching activities and promoting 21st century learning skills.
Curricular quality assurance for this component appraises the following indicators:
Indicator 5.1 Curricular Design and Development
Indicator 5.2 Learning Management
Indicator 5.3 Learner Assessment
Indicator 5.4 Curriculum Operational Results According to the Thai Qualifications Framework For Higher Education