Understanding Quality Assurance and Accountability Framework (QAAF)

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Understanding Quality Assurance and Accountability Framework (QAAF)- Quality Management (QM) Model, Legal Bases and Objectives of QAAF

Understanding Quality Assurance and Accountability Framework (QAAF)- Quality Management (QM) Model, Legal Bases and Objectives of QAAF

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  • Pls mention that your session is only showing the first part of the framework. There is a second part to this.
  • Pls mention that the 4 th element will be discussed in the next section.

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  • 1. Understanding Quality Assurance and Accountability Framework (QAAF)
  • 2. Objectives of the Session: 1. Explain the legal bases of QAAF andthe objectives of QAAF;2. Describe the three major phases of theQuality Management Model; and3. Adhere to the importance of having aframework for instituting QUALITY in theDepartment
  • 3. ActivityInstruction: List down practices that the Department (region, division, school) is observing to ensure continuing quality performance.
  • 4. AnalysisWhich of these practices are related to planning? How do you ensure quality in planning? Which of these practices are related to implementation? How do you ensure quality in implementation? Which of these practices are related to evaluation of results ? How do you ensure quality in evaluating results?
  • 5. QUALITY MANAGEMENT now has wings!For it to fly, it needs wind beneath its wings—the will to implement it at the region, divisions, and schools.
  • 6. Why the need for QMS in DepEd?Legal Bases1. Administrative Order No. 161 “Institutionalizing Quality Management System in Governance”, amended through Executive Order No. 605, “Institutionalizing the Structure, Mechanisms and Standards to Implement Quality Management Program”.
  • 7. Why the need for QMS in DepEd? Said issuances direct all government agencies toimplement & institutionalize a national qualitymanagement system as a strategy to:Promote transparency & accountability in governance;Provide a framework for assessing quality systemperformance;Establish public service quality standards;Recognize quality excellence among the governmentorganizations.
  • 8. Why the need for QMS in DepEd?Legal Bases Basic Education Reform Agenda (BESRA) (DepEd Order No. 83, s 2006) KRT 3 - Desired Learning Outcomes Enhanced by National Strategies and Quality Assurance DepEd Order No 118, s 2010- Adoption of the New BESRA Implementation Arrangement KRT 4: Quality Assurance and Accountability and Monitoring and Evaluation
  • 9. Why the need for QMS in DepEd?Legal Bases DepED Order 44 s. 2010 “Adoption of KRT 3: Quality Assurance and Accountability Framework” Institutionalization of the Quality Management System in DepED
  • 10. What are the preparations thatneed to be done to install QMS?There is a need to understand Quality Assurance and Accountability FrameworkThere is a need to understand Quality Management SystemThere is a need to be familiar with the areas for Quality Assurance by Level
  • 11. What is a quality assurance andaccountability framework?It is a roadmap or guide for building a culture of quality in the DepartmentIt is based on a quality management model.It has its objectives.It adheres to a set of premises and salient features.
  • 12. The national QAAF as a roadmap for building aculture of quality is conceptually derived fromQuality Management (QM) as a managementapproach. It is considered as a “method forensuring that all activities necessary to design,develop and implement a product or service areeffective and efficient with respect to the systemand its performance” (2008). Quality as suggestedmust be embedded in three major phases ofdevelopment:
  • 13. Quality Management Model Doing the Doing right things right right! things! Doing things right!
  • 14. Objectives of the QAAFAs a tool and roadmap for quality assurance,the QAAF has the following objectives:1. Highlight the strategic importance of schools inproviding quality education to learners.2. Strengthen support of the divisions and regionsto schools and community learning centers
  • 15. Objectives of the QAAF 3. Define the system boundaries between the DepEd units. 4. Facilitate the documentation and propagation of best and effective practices.
  • 16. Objectives of the QAAF 5. Ensure education standards and management systems at all levels are in place 6. Instill a continuous improvement in the education system. 7. Facilitate decision-making and problem solving.
  • 17. ApplicationIdentify a specific task or process in your workplace and how quality assured its operation. State some standards or guidelines you have observed to assure quality.
  • 18. TemplateProcess /Task:_________________________________Guidelines to insure quality:______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  • 19. Quotes about Quality “It is quality rather than quantity that counts”. by Lucius Annaeus Seneca“Quality is never an accident; it is always the result ofhigh intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction andskillfull execution; it represents the wise choice ofmany alternatives”. by William Foster
  • 20. “Quality is not something you install like a new carpet or a set of bookshelves," he would say. "You implant it. Quality is something you work at. It is a learning process." by Dr. W Edwards Deming
  • 21. Thank you for listening.