Setting Standards, Maintaining Quality: Quality Assurance Policies for Open Schooling
For ODL to be successful and credible, and for learners to gain maximum benefit from it, it must be recognised as delivering consistently high-standard teaching and learning. That requires quality assurance (QA) and policies that lay out the standards to which an institution will adhere. This volume reflects the passion and expertise of a diverse range of people from different contexts, each of whom brought a unique perspective to the project. It expands COL’s repertoire of QA publications by adding the Open Schooling dimension. We hope that it will contribute substantially to enriching the quality of teaching and learning for the hundreds of thousands of current and potential learners throughout the Commonwealth.
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Mohee, Romeela (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2018-04-19)Presented by Professor Romeela Mohee, Education Specialist: Higher Education, COL, at a quality assurance workshop (as part of the Partnership for Enhanced and Blended Learning (PEBL) project), Nairobi, Kenya, 17-20 April 2018.
Child Friendly Schools Standards and Indicators for Teacher Education (Final Draft): A Synthesis and Self-Evaluation Tool Irvine, Jim; Harvey, Christopher (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2010-09)A publication with intention to standardise the child-friendly schools status.
Daniel, John (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2008-07-08)So my title is: New Approaches to Quality and Standards for New Forms and Modes of Learning? There is a question mark at the end of the title. Whether new forms and modes of learning actually require new approaches to ...
Atindogbe, Gratien G; Koumassol, Midinette E D (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2019-09)With more than 250 national languages, and two official languages, English and French, used to run the affairs of the state, Cameroon is a typical example of a nation with linguistic complexity. In such a multilingual ...
Mitra, Sushmita (2010-11)Mobile phones have become ubiquitous. Almost anyone who can have a mobile phone has one. The amount of information and access to it has grown exponentially, thereby the potential for using varied resources for instruction ...