With the increasing number of service providers, there is a need for a clearer evidence that the resources they expend produce benefits for people. Consumers of services and people who provide service want to determine if the program to which they devote their time make a difference. Specifically, they want better accountability for the use of resources. Outcomes must be measured, to see if programs make a difference on the knowledge, skills and abilities (KSA) of the students. While improved accountability has been a major force behind outcome measurement, there is a more significant reason; that is to improve services.
Thus, Kress and Leeuwen stressed that the ideology decides how discourses are built on the will of larges social groups . Thus, Ideologies acts as mediators between discourse and to the social will. The discourse of quality can be categorized into two as a discourse of quality assurance and discourse of quality enhancement for assuring and enhancing the quality in higher education with feasible boundaries.
These physical education programs are further enhanced by accrediting agencies in higher education institutions which continually upgrade their educational quality and service through self-evaluation and the judgment of peers. In response to the requirements set by accrediting agencies, higher education institutions particularly those offering Bachelor in Secondary Education major in Physical Education / Bachelor in Physical Education, strive to use excellence in quality education. The idea of instructional management model has emerged to serve as framework to ensure, in order to guide in the decision making activities particularly in planning the programs in physical education. In view of these realities, it is therefore imperative to create an instructional management model in higher education institutions offering Bachelor in Secondary Education major in Physical Education / Bachelor in Physical Education. Conceptual
It is important that the core values reflect the behavior and culture of an institution, and with such a large focus on diversity and inclusion, the efforts can be greater. Learning more about the importance of diversity and inclusion, and what past efforts have been made, can aid in more successful efforts by higher education leaders in the future. Golden and Matlock (2007), assert that diversity and inclusion efforts must be a priority to higher education leaders including the President, Chancellor, Executive Officers and Governing Board, and that these leaders must advocate for clear and consistent communication around diversity, with the entire campus community, especially students. This literature review will discuss the importance of diversity and inclusion, faculty and staff diversity, unconscious bias, and hiring practices. This study will further advance existing research by providing a structure for future hiring practices that can help to improve diversity and inclusion on college and university campuses, as it relates to staff and faculty diversity.
The academic performance of students reflects on their ability to demonstrate the knowledge they have learnt in tests, quizzes, presentations and final examination (Barkley, 2004). The importance of students’ performance is not only evident to the students but also to the universities as it is a measure the success of their education process. Studies in the education literature have examined the factors that may influence students’ performance that include physical facilities and qualified educators, students’ attitudes, aspirations and self-awareness (Hijazi and Naqvi 2006; Garkaza et al. 2011; Cosmas et al. 2013; Al-Hadrami and Morris 2014).
The connection between higher education and technology is set into three significant groupings. The first group relates to change as improvement, the second group connects to changes as innovation, and the last group correlates to change as transformation. The first and second connections are be placed securely in the all-embracing globilisation conversations on higher education. This is evident in the change of language in the development of policy, structure and related documents. The third connection appears to turn between a positive view of technology reforming higher education, and a critical outlook that questions certain aspects of the higher education.
Discussed in detail about media and its significance role to enhance the education strategies through its modern approaches. 4. Teacher’s professional development and knowledge about media and its role in teaching and learning process. 5. Media enhances the globalization and modernization of the education and to simplify the teaching and learning concept.
From the whole structure we have done,the technology and mission are very important to seize the opportunity and make better use of the challenges of the elements to make a better learning organization. We have compared the learning organization and non-learning organization to take the conclusion that it's really necessary for Alibaba to take the effective strategy of the learning organizati n and make it much more adapted to the new business area. The inner management of the paradigm in Alibaba could take the cross model of the learning organization to connect with employee satisfaction, communication, and team culture. 6.1The benefits of learning organization By using the learning organization model,it's much better to create the productive
It, according to me, at higher level also involves the knowledge of analyses (of problems and figures) to establish a fact. If all of the aforementioned are considered and emplaced, it will be noticed that education is in itself sufficient. Thus, an ideal education model will be one that places education where due; it sees education as what it is. Consequently, an ideal higher education model is one that places emphasis on the importance of higher education. It equips its seekers with problem analysis and solving skill and the knowledge to better
THE CHANGING DIMENSIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION POLICY IN INDIA ABSTRACT: This Article examines the various facets of Indian higher (tertiary) education. Since Higher Education is regarded as one of the pillars of success for any Country. Therefore it becomes utmost important to study and be aware about certain challenges and opportunities in the Higher Education system of India. We have in this article, henceforth, tried our best to describe the evolution of Higher Education System in India and find out the specific sets of challenges and opportunities which are present in the current Indian Higher Education system. Furthermore we have tried to focus on the Policies that have been introduced by the Central and State government to tackle the