Session 7 final round up.march2013

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Session 7 final round up.march2013

  1. 1. Plenary
  2. 2. • Address outstandingissues and/or concerns• Deal with residualquestions• Taking the teachingquality agenda forwardin Thailand• Identify furtherengagement with theHEA and its services• Identify actions andresponsibilities for whowill lead the wayforward• Which otherstakeholders need to beinvolved?• What things might needto happen and when?2Revisiting the teaching qualityagenda and future action planning
  3. 3. • Outline the Thailand position, how is Thailand going toget started in developing its teaching quality in highereducation• The workshop participants to have conversations withtheir own universities• KNIT to plan and conduct a visit to the UK, 9-13 Sept2013, including a visit to the HEA• During this visit, the HEA will organise a workshop tosupport individuals to apply for recognition• Q - will we move forward individually (e.g. byinstitution) or will we do it all together as a nation?3What next? (1)
  4. 4. • PSF is an important agenda for Thailand. Thailandneeds to looks to set up and develop an equivalentThai organisation like HEA• Involve OHEC to look after all of higher educationdevelopment in Thailand• Need to look at all systems and concentrate onstudents• Students will be the ones who will benefit the mostfrom work in teaching quality in higher ducation• Within OHEC, all universities to have responsibility forteaching quality• Need to be clear about advantages and disadvantages4What next…(2)
  5. 5. • In the meantime there could be a working group totake this forward – who will lead this?• Take stock on what has been done already. Not makea PSF compulsory. Request a consultation withuniversities about the feasibility of Thai PSF• Do a SWOT analysis with all universities acrossThailand to understand the perspectives, strengthsand benefits, opportunities, etc of a PSF• Should develop links with Thailand quality framework.Not focus on paper work. Ask the working group(possibly made up of workshop participants) toconsider whether we want to reward staff for theirteaching in HE5What next…(3)
  6. 6. • Should integrate all the advantages from differentdisciplines and subjects to help make this successful• Share outcomes and learning from the workshop atthe presidents conference (equivalent to VCs/PVCs• Support individual staff who attended the workshop toapply for their own recognition via individualexperience route• Maybe look at developing teaching awards nationallyfor excellent teachers6What next…(4)

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