The Research and Development of Internal Quality Assurance System for the Faculty of Education, Burapha University


The objective to develop an internal quality assurance system for Faculty of Education. To try and assess the quality assurance system developed within the Faculty of Education. The operation is divided into 3 stages contain. Phase 1 analysis of the quality assurance system. Population covered by the Executive Board, Faculty Board and the other expertise in faculty of Education by 30 people. Phase 2 development prospects, covering 10 executive board, and 17 Faculty Board.To focus groups for approve by 2 groups were 12 experts. And approve the system by 17 expertise of faculty.Qualified for the internal evaluation of 10 Executive Board. Phase 3 implementation, internal evaluations. And evaluation systems that have been developed. The results showed that the quality assurance system within the Faculty of Education developed consist of 4 activities and 3 mechanisms by following: Committee on Quality Assurance, Faculty of Education of 2 sets, the board of administrators and Head of Department, the operation board includes professors and supporting staff, and Assessment Committee within the Board of Faculty of Education and staffs. The activities consist of training curriculum and internal evaluation by the two Boards. Head of Department and Chairman of the Board of Education from every department and semester. Assessment activities within the programs carried out by the Board of Education to prepare and evaluated by other organization. The level of assessment activities carried out by the Board of Education to prepare for another assessment. The system has been approved by 10 Executive faculty Board

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Pongthep Jiraro, Burapha University, Thailand
Jaruwan Tummasin, Burapha University, Thailand

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Conference: ACE2015
Stream: Higher education

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