Design and implement a nationally coordinated program of research that is responsive to local conditions and requirements. 6. Contribute to the development and implementation of a national IPE knowledge management strategy. Another interesting summary that describes some critical elements for Implementing Inter-professional Education has been outlined by Buring et al. (2009), where it is suggested to: • Identify inter-professional education (IPE) as a goal of the college/school.
Shaheen, Sajid, Batool (2013), mentions some of the factors that affect motivation of faculties or the academic staff. The most important two factors according to them are: Individual or person specific factors and Institution or organization specific factors. These factors may appear in the form of career enhancements, perks offered to the faculty members and also in the form of laying down the encouraging administrative policies that creates conducive teaching or education environment within the Institution or the organization itself. It is seen that the development of any country is indicated by its educational system and faculty therein which can be considered as founders to the country. The role of a faculty as a facilitator is of immense
Normlessness reflects lack of appropriate rule-governed behavior (e.g., academic dishonesty). Meaninglessness describes alienated students’ interpretation of curriculum as irrelevant to their current and future needs. Loneliness and separation from peers and teachers characterizes social isolation. Alienation is a useful construct for understanding the mechanisms associated with undesirable
Different from the material capital, the core competence of enterprises will not be lost in use and sharing, and will continue to grow in this process. According to Prahalad and Hamel 's view, the basic characteristic of the core competence is mainly embodied in three aspects: First of all, the core competence should reflect the long-term customer 's value, a key contribution to the core interests of customers; secondly, core competence must be unique ability, and is difficult to be imitated by competitors and alternative; third, the core competence should be extended to wider areas of the market. The core competence is hard to imitate, enterprise core competence for the attention and research, in fact is the competition advantage to gain and maintain the competitive advantage of enterprises, and to the sustainable development of
It embodies an organization’s collective learning, particularly of how to coordinate diverse production skills and integrate multiple technologies. Such a Core Competency creates sustainable competitive advantage for a company and helps it branch into a wide variety of related markets. Core Competencies also contribute substantially to the benefits a company’s products offer customers. The litmus test for a Core Competency? It’s hard for competitors to copy or procure.
That being said, why are we training future writers to solve complex mathematical problems that they will never encounter outside the classroom, or future engineers how to write 20 page dissertations on why Rome fell? The fairness of teaching students knowledge they will most likely never use for anything other than to pass a standardized test should called into question and evaluated. Students with a passion in writing and reading should be allowed to take more classes to pursue their interests and help further them after graduation, instead of having them sit through math and science courses from which they will gain to practical or usable knowledge. If students were allowed more say in their schedules and less strict mandatory classes were put in place, improvements would be seen not only academically but also in
Abstract Education enables the individuals to enhance skills, efficiency and productivity in his/her profession. To attain the development goal of education, the education should be planned and implemented in tune with the desired objectives. Curriculum design acts as a means to achieve the goals of education. In the contemporary education constructive theories of education accommodate and assimilate the demands of the changing world. Introduction Curriculum is a broad concept and it consists of the totality of experiences that the learners receive.
That is why close collaboration is based on the faculties' initiative and bilateral institutional agreement between the faculty and the schools without the existence of a higher legislative anchorage. In these conditions, supervising teachers are not specially trained for their mentors' activity either, but they are willing to work with students. This paper attempts to rethink the key competencies of the student teachers mentors and to provide some
Education was not important in its own right, its value lay in the preparation it offered children for their lives as adults. Bobbitt along with other early-twentieth-century efficiency-oriented school reformers made the case that the curriculum ought to be differentiated into numerous programs, some academic and preparatory that is necessary for all learner to live a better social life in the society and others vocational and terminal, and schools should assign children to these specialized curricular tracks, on the basis of assessments of their intellectual abilities, which fore-told their ultimate destinies in life. Social Efficiency educators use two types of panning while making curricula: (1) they must predetermine the relation between cause and effect, action and reaction or stimulus and response, and (2) they must plan causes, actions, or stimuli that in a direct and predictable manner will lead to the desirable effect, reaction, or response. As a result, the changes that are planned during curriculum creation are only those which fit into a stimulus-response pattern and which can be observed to be directly behaviourally
The success of all nations, business companies, educational institutes and organizations depends mainly on effective leadership. Thus, studying leadership is not a matter of luxury, but it is a very essential field that we should study and strive to do it well. The importance of this report lies in the fact that it provides a new