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  • Rector Gaete, GORE, Concep. 23 abril 2009

Social integration and academic success of the University of Bío-Bío students:  improving their skills to further comprehensive development of their professional  and civic conditions - Aldo Ballerini Social integration and academic success of the University of Bío-Bío students: improving their skills to further comprehensive development of their professional and civic conditions - Aldo Ballerini Presentation Transcript

  • “SOCIAL INTEGRATION AND ACADEMIC SUCCESS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF BÍO-BÍO STUDENTS , IMPROVING THEIR SKILLS TO FURTHER COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT OF THEIR PROFESSIONAL AND CIVIC CONDITIONS” Dr. Aldo Ballerini A. M.Sc. Manuel Albarrán U. University of Bío-BíoSeptember 18th, 2012
  • Points 1. Context 2. Situation of University of Bío-Bío 3. Performance agreement 4. Notable resultsDr. H. Gaete, hgaete@ubiobio.cl Concepción, viernes 06 Mayo 2011 2
  • 8th Region (Bío-Bío) Population: 1,990,585 inhabitants (12% Country) 8.4% of the Country GDP (Gross domestic product) Unemployment: 8.0% (Country: 6.4%)Santiago Average income: Concepción Chillán U.S. $ 1,152 (Country: 1,440) 35-44 years-old, average income: U.S. $ 637
  • Impact Region - Country National and Regional Unemployment [%] 2010 National Unemployment Regional Unemployment Sources: INE, “Regional Unemplyment Bulletin”; 2009-2010 INE, MINTRAB, “National Employment Survey”; 2009-2010Dr. H. Gaete, hgaete@ubiobio.cl Concepción, viernes 06 Mayo 2011 4
  • household poverty rate % (Source: Casen 2009)Dr. H. Gaete, hgaete@ubiobio.cl Concepción, viernes 06 Mayo 2011
  • Education in Chile Total Enrollment Source: Ugarte, 2011
  • Average PSU (University Selection Test) and NEM (High School Grades) in the Bío-Bío Region PROMEDIO NOTAS PROMEDIO PSU REGION PSU_2008 PSU_2009 PSU_2010 PSU_2008 PSU_2009 PSU_20101 5,61 5,62 5,59 486,8 489,8 491,52 5,58 5,58 5,59 497,2 501,7 502,73 5,58 5,54 5,53 484,9 489,7 485,34 5,61 5,60 5,59 484,0 483,7 487,15 5,58 5,56 5,57 492,6 491,0 492,76 5,62 5,60 5,59 491,2 492,2 493,57 5,64 5,63 5,62 493,3 497,1 495,58 5,64 5,62 5,62 496,1 496,0 495,09 5,54 5,54 5,52 485,1 489,3 488,410 5,58 5,56 5,54 504,7 500,0 496,511 5,49 5,51 5,49 500,2 493,1 492,112 5,72 5,69 5,66 495,5 503,1 491,013 5,55 5,52 5,51 512,6 512,1 514,014 5,62 5,62 5,60 488,3 493,7 487,415 5,72 5,71 5,70 479,8 482,9 480,7S/I 5,31 5,26 5,25 485,7 485,9 479,8Total general 5,59 5,57 5,56 492,4 493,8 492,1 Source: DEMRE, in Ugarte, 2011 Fuente: DEMRE
  • Education in Chile: IssuesPercentages of enrolled students, sorted by College, scoring less than 600 points in the PSU 2007. National average 51% below 600 ptos. In PSU Source: DEMRE, 2007
  • University of Bío-Bío: IssuesNationwide and UBB socioeconomic characterization University entrance by socioeconomic quintile 2009 (percentage).403530 SYSTEM U . BIO-BIO25201510 5 0 I II III IV V Source: Elórtegui, 2011 of Casen, 2009 and UBB Darca, 2009
  • University of Bío-Bío: Issues
  • University of Bío-Bío: Issues UBB Deficiencies Student New New Environmental To Face This Profile Needs Context80% comes from the quintiles I, II and III.Deficit in cultural capital, knowledge, skillsand attitudes.Lack of motivation and learning.To evidence feelings of inequality. SITUATION THAT THE PERFORMANCE AGREEMENT HAS TO FACE
  • University of Bío-Bío: Issues UBB DeficienciesStudent New New Environmental To Face This Profile Needs Context Increased demand for professionals with expertise in skills, attitudes and specific Knowledge. SITUATION THAT THE PERFORMANCE AGREEMENT HAS TO FACE
  • University of Bío-Bío: Issues UBB DeficienciesStudent New New Environmental To Face This Profile Needs Context Defining and certifying academic and non-academic activities. Mechanisms of formation and feedback with students. Articulation, organization and evaluation in areas of general and comprehensive training. Equipment and designated areas. Management and outcomes of academic and administrative units. SITUATION THAT THE PERFORMANCE AGREEMENT HAS TO FACE
  • University of Bío-Bío: Issues Manifestation of the issue In the UBB Dropped out Permanence Increase of the proportion of students Extension of the permanence period who do not complete their careers. in the careers.Dropping Global Q123 Basis Careers of Careers of Careers ofout 4 years 5 years 6 years1st. Year 17% 60% 2000- 6.56 years 7.11 years 8.50 years 20063rd. Year 40% 62% 2000- 20045th. Year 48% 58% 2000- 2002
  • Alternative Solution Performance Agreement of the University of Bío-Bío:SOCIAL INTEGRATION AND ACADEMIC SUCCESS OF THE VULNERABLE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF BÍO-BÍO IMPROVING SKILLS FOR A BETTER COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT OF THEIR PROFESSIONAL AND CIVIC CONDITIONS
  • Alternative Solution Performance Agreement General Objective“Structurally improve levels of academic and professional success of the students at the University of Bío-Bío. Strengthening their comprehensive training, through bonding to University life, institutionalization and certification of acquired skills and attitudes in their training process under the institution’s educational model framework.”
  • Alternative Solution Notable Performances1. Significantly reduce the students dropping out from the University of Bío-Bío, with special emphasis on the socially and economically vulnerable students groups2. Significantly reduce the permanence of the students at the University of Bío-Bío, for sophomores and up, with special emphasis on those from socially and economically vulnerable groups.3. Improve quality levels of employability of students of the University of Bío-Bío.4. Improve the quality of undergraduate training, increasing the accredited programs.
  • Alternative SolutionStrategies implemented to achieve the results
  • Alternative Solution Induction, adaptation and bonding to University life 1. Induction, adaptation and bonding program 2. Mobility and internal articulation Comprehensive training system 3. Students benefits system Information and institutionalDropping management system out Learning strengthening Academic training program Institutional strengthening
  • Alternative Solution Induction, adaptation and bonding to University life 1. Developed project and feedback 2. Programmatic offer homologated to transferable credits system (SCT) Comprehensive training 3. Comprehensive management training system Information and institutional 4. Urban equipment and spaceDropping management system enablement Out Learning strengthening Academic training program Institutional strengthening
  • Alternative Solution Induction, adaptation and bonding to University life 1. Students information system 2. Academics information system 3. Academic management information Comprehensive training system Information and institutionalDropping management system Out Learning strengthening Academic training program Institutional strengthening
  • Alternative Solution Induction, adaptation and bonding to University life 1. Articulation projects Mecesup (The program for improving the equity and quality in higher education) Comprehensive training 2. Measurement system of income skills 3. Identification and monitoring of critical first Information and institutional year subjectsDropping management system 4. Modularization of the Mathematics and Out Learning strengthening 5. Physics subjects Strengthening of habits and attitudes (Tutoring program) Academic training program Institutional strengthening
  • Alternative Solution Induction, adaptation and bonding to University life 1. Permanent University Teaching Program (PPPU) 2. Training and Learning Strengthening Comprehensive training (Mecesup) Information and institutionalDropping management system Out Learning strengthening Academic training program Institutional strengthening
  • Alternative Solution Induction, adaptation and bonding to University life 1. University Policy 2. Reorganization Comprehensive training 3. Training in Operation (Training Bipartisan Committee) Information and institutionalDropping management system Out Learning strengthening Academic training program Institutional strengthening
  • Alternative Solution Articulation Mecesup curriculum renewal projects (15) 1. Career training program Support 2. Implementation of the redesigns Support 3. Transferable Credit System (SCT) Monitoring critical subjects Support system and bonding to UniversityPermanency life Informational and institutional management system Comprehensive training Institutional strengthening
  • Alternative Solution Articulation Mecesup curriculum renewal projects (15) 1. Monitoring management teaching system 2. Monitoring system focused by DGAI 3. Online monitoring system to all careers Monitoring critical subjects Support system and bonding to UniversityPermanency life Informational and institutional management system Comprehensive training Institutional strengthening
  • Alternative Solution Articulation Mecesup curriculum renewal projects (15) 1. Students benefits system 2. Students information system (files, WEB) 3. Social network support Monitoring critical subjects Support system and bonding to UniversityPermanency life Informational and institutional management system Comprehensive training Institutional strengthening
  • Alternative Solution Articulation Mecesup curriculum renewal projects (15) 1. General management of institutional analysis 2. Management indicators of UBB information system 3. Management information system of the adaptation Monitoring critical and bonding to University life programs subjects Support system and bonding to UniversityPermanency life Informational and institutional management system Comprehensive training Institutional strengthening
  • Alternative Solution Accreditation strategic plan Coordination and articulation with improvement plans Definition and standarization of procedures Information andAccreditation management accreditation system Enablement and equipment Institutional strengthening
  • Alternative Solution Alumni and employers management system Connection system with alumni and companies Graduates certificatesWorkforce Work practices institutional systemPlacement Communicational English program Entrepreneurship and leadership program Institutional strengthening
  • Results of the Notable Performances Implicated Significant Reduction of Dropping out First Year Final Dropping out Rate Achievement and Commitment in theUBB Rate 8,73% at 31st of March, 2011 of the Cohorte Admission 2010. 14,50% 12,53% 11,50% Goal Achievement 9,45% 8,73% 8,50% 17% 2008 2009 Cohorte LongBaseline 2010 Term 2007 Source: DARCA-DGAI
  • Results of the Notable Performances Implicated Significant Reduction of the Permanency Permanency for 4, 5 and 6 years careers Certifications 2010, at March 2011. 8,5 8,25 7,70 7,11 7,706,56 6,75 6,41 6,25 5,85 5,60 5,10 Careers Careers Careers 4 years 5 years 6 yearsBaseline Accomplishment achievedCommitment Long Term GoalYear 3 Source: DARCA-DGAI/Management Buckets
  • Results of the Notable Performances Implicated Improving the quality of undergraduate training Accreditation of undergraduate 2010 careers% of accredited undergraduate careers over total creditable accomplishment and commitment in the Performance Agreement UBB. 100% 82,14% 66,70% Goal 55,60% 55,00% Achievement 25,71% 33,28% 2007 2008 2009 2010 Long Term Baseline Year 1 Year 3 Source: UBB/DGAI
  • Results of the Notable Performances Implicated Improvement of quality and employability levels 94,9 95 8582,9 Value Base 2009 Year 3 2010 25 16,7 % UBB % UBB with % chiefdom Satisfaction professional managers graduates employer graduates Satisfaction
  • ou Y “SOCIAL INTEGRATION AND ACADEMIC SUCCESS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF BÍO-BÍO STUDENTS , n k IMPROVING THEIR SKILLS TO FURTHER h a COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT OF THEIR PROFESSIONAL AND CIVIC CONDITIONS” T Dr. Aldo Ballerini A. M.Sc. Manuel Albarrán U. University of Bío-BíoSeptember 18th, 2012