Workshop Documentation

ASEAN-QA Training Workshop on IQA and EQA in Bangkok

 

                                

                                  

  •   ASEAN-QA Training
  •   Workshop on IQA and EQA
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  •   17th-21st October 2011
  •   Bangkok     

 

   Workshop Programme

 

                                                           

 

 

First Conference Day -  17th October 2011

  • The DIES Programme: Joint Higher Education Management Programmes
  • The German Academic Exchange Service -  Who we are and what we do in Southeast AsiaProject Objectives for IQA by Marc Wilde                          

 

  • The ASEAN-QA Project and Learning Objectives of Training Course Part 1                        
  • Modalities of the Workshop by Philipp Pohlenz

 

  • Setting the Stage Part 1– An Overview on External Quality Assurance in Southeast Asia and Europe
  • The Quality Assurance Landscape in Southeast Asia by Dr. Chantavit Sujatanond
  • The Quality Assurance Landscape in the European Higher Education Area by Josep Grifoll
  • External Quality Assurance in Thailand by Dr. Sutassi Smuthkochorn
  • External Quality Assurance in Germany by Dr. Iring Wasser

 

 

  • Second Conference Day -  18th October 2011   
  •                                                                                                  
  • An Overview on Internal Quality Assurance in Germany                                                     
  • Trends in Internal Quality Assurance in Germany by Barbara Michalk
  • Quality Management at University of Potsdam by Dr. Philipp Pohlenz

 

  • Introduction to the AUN QA Model                      
  • Introduction to the AUN QA Model by Prof. Dr. Tan Kay Chuan

 

  • Case Study: Example of Study Programme Assessment according to AUN Model 
  • Case Study: Example of Study Programme Assessment according to AUN Model by Dr. Titi Savitri Prihatiningsih

 

  • Learning Outcomes in Higher Education
  • Learning Outcomes in Higher Education by Barbara Michalk

 

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