Outcome-Based Education

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I. SUMMARY: This integration paper have four (4) topics about Outcomes-Based Education: 1. Transformational Perspective on Quality and Mobility in Higher Education; 2. Novel Outcomes-Based Educational Model and its Effect on Student Learning Curriculum Development, and Assessment; 3. Status of implementation and usefulness of Outcome-Based Education in the Engineering Department of an Asia; and, 4. the Handbook on Typology; Outcomes-Based Education, and Institutional Sustainability Assessment. Above-mentioned topics are all about Outcomes-Based Education (OBE). There were three (3) studies/researches from different colleges/universities about OBE to determine the status of Outcomes-Based Education (OBE) implementation in terms of its performance…show more content…
The learning outcomes are used at all stages of the students’ academic life. It is composed of the following components: course embedded and higher-order learning outcomes; students and faculty equipped with laptops and campus wide networked classrooms; a center for teaching and learning assessment; and learning communities. These learning communities are responsible for reviewing and modifying the Academic Program Model, and include members from both inside and outside the university. In the final stage of their education, students develop electronic portfolios (e-portfolios) to demonstrate their achievements. This paper shows how technology can be used to facilitate the learning and assessment processes and how assessment is used to make the learning outcomes component work effectively. It also describes how learning outcomes are used in the development of an information systems curriculum.
It is designed to continuously improve the curriculum and provide students with the knowledge and skills to succeed in a rapidly changing world. This curriculum is designed to prepare graduates in entering the workforce and to assume their place of responsibility and leadership in the family, community and the nation. The goal of the College is to produce graduates having strong technology and communication skills as well as good understanding of business practices and work
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Thus, this kind of teaching-learning system will have its appropriate assessment of student performance.
The Higher Education Institute’s (HEI) management systems are set up to support its goals and strategies. There should be appropriate assessment tools to measure performance and to check if the mechanisms, procedures, and process actually deliver the desired quality. Such systems and processes, when properly implemented could lead to quality outcomes as well as sustainable programs and initiatives.
For the HEIs, OBE means describing the attributes of their ideal graduates based on their visions and missions as part of their institutional goals or outcomes, and using these as bases for developing specific program
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