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impstudents participation in QA at institutional level
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impstudents participation in QA at institutional level
impstudents participation in QA at institutional level
impstudents participation in QA at institutional level
impstudents participation in QA at institutional level
impstudents participation in QA at institutional level
impstudents participation in QA at institutional level
impstudents participation in QA at institutional level
impstudents participation in QA at institutional level
impstudents participation in QA at institutional level
impstudents participation in QA at institutional level
impstudents participation in QA at institutional level
impstudents participation in QA at institutional level
impstudents participation in QA at institutional level
impstudents participation in QA at institutional level
impstudents participation in QA at institutional level
impstudents participation in QA at institutional level
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  • In 2009 , ANOSR designed a questionnaire that aimed at identifying most important aspects on different action lines of the Bologna Process: Social Dimension Qualification Framework Employability Recognition of prior studies Mobility Life Long Learning Quality Assurance
  • Since 2005 there was given a government order which stated that each and every HEI has to have in it’s structure a quality assurance commission/ department – presence of at least one student in it.
  • We consider that it should be underlined the difference between the quality control and the elements that deals with quality assurance
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    • 1. Improving Institutional QA throught student's participation Mihai VILCEA, Alina GAVRA ASPR International Conference of Psychology Students, 6-9 May, 2010
    • 2.
      • First of all
      • the idea of EHEA
    • 3. Bologna process
      • Action lines like:
      • three cycle system
      • social dimension
      • mobility
      • qualification framework
      • QA
    • 4.
      • Quality Assurance is an ongoing process that ensures the delivery of agreed standards in a educational institution.
    • 5.
      • QA can be approached from two points of view:
      • - internal QA
      • all process in which are involved the members of academic community
      • - external QA
      • includes all the action and feedback from stakeholders outside the university
    • 6. Why should involve students in quality assurance?
      • students are aware of what they need
      • students have a fundamental interest
      • the quality of their education affect professional careers
    • 7. Report on the Implementation of Bologna Process 2009 – student perspective
      • Realized by ANOSR
      • 23 universities
      • 36 students organizations
    • 8. Main Conclusions on internal QA
      • Students tend not to be regarded as equal partners in educational and decision-making structures
      • Not all the universities in Romania involve students in QA departments – 12% of the HEI don’t involve students
      • Only 10% of the QA Departments focus on research on social dimension regarding students
      • In only 22% of universities students are directly involved in curriculum design
    • 9.
      • Adaptation of the teaching methods (<50% changed their teaching styles and instruments for SCL improvement)
      • Organizations consider that ECTS was implemented just formally
    • 10. External QA
      • One of the main role is played by the institutional evaluation program
      • Romanian case:
      • ARACIS is the Quality Assurance Agency in Romania
        • Students are equal partners
        • Need for better understanding of QA (students view)
        • Enhancing quality through creating a quality culture
    • 11.
      • Being equal partners at national level, students began to acquire experience and knowledge in QA.
      • The feedback from stakeholders was gratifying
    • 12. Next step
      • Involving students in internal QA:
        • Being recognize like partners
        • Full members in all commissions
        • Starting a QA culture with the student education
    • 13.
      • Thank You
      • for
      • your attention!
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