Outcome Based Education: Practical Techniques and Frameworks
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Outcome Based Education: Practical Techniques and Frameworks

Master course for teachers and administrators of schools, colleges and universities for improving Quality of Education
4.7 (42 ratings)
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Created by Dr. Kamran Moosa
Last updated 6/2017
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  • 9 hours on-demand video
  • 2 Articles
  • 22 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
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  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand and learn the fundamentals of Academic Quality, Quality Assurance and Outcome Based Education
  • Learn with examples how successful institutions apply Quality Assurance and Outcome Based Education in their institutions
  • Identify the differences between the teacher-centered and student-centered education
  • Understand and analyze different learning theories and taxonomies so that you can assess your own style of teaching and can improve upon it
  • Learn some good practices of Academic Quality Assurance and OBE
  • Identify any gaps in your own Academic Quality or your institution’s Academic Quality and how to further improve upon it
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  • The course is for all levels

Welcome to this powerful and 2-in-1 course on Outcome Based Education (OBE) and Academic Quality Assurance specially designed for teachers and administrators of all levels, i.e. schools, colleges and universities.

Outcome Based Education is a changing trend modern and 21st century schools, colleges and universities in many countries and institutions.  Presently, most teachers are teaching in traditional classroom setups which are highly "teacher-centered" or taught with fixed curricula.  OBE is a shift towards "Students-Centered" classrooms with focus on learning outcomes.  Many new knowledge and skills are required in traditional teachers for teaching based on the required learning outcomes.  Teachers and administrators of education institutions will have to learn new methods and approaches to prepare themselves for world-class quality.

Academic Quality Assurance for teachers and institutions is all about setting academic standards/benchmarks for all the subjects and programs taught in schools, colleges or universities; a structure for monitoring, controlling and continuously improving the learning outcomes and ensuring that each academic standard is complying to internal and external benchmarks.  A set of QA initiatives/interventions are therefore required at various levels.  This course provides details of QA initiatives in the areas of Teacher and Teaching, Curriculum, Assessment, Research, Teacher-Student Communication, Students Affairs and Services and Online Education (eLearning).  The use of eLearning is specifically expanding throughout the world, particularly in blended or flipped learning, in order to strengthen their educational efficiency and effectiveness.  The course also provides introduction to latest eLearning trends and how QA is assured in this mode of learning.

The course also provides introduction to many internationally popular QA/Accreditation frameworks, programs and models at schools, colleges and universities levels, covering their most crucial points.  The instructor shares global experiences and challenges faced by teachers as individuals, institutions and state levels; making it a valuable learning experience for teachers, administrators, policy makers and educational professionals for across the world. 

The instructor is the Head of PIQC Institute of Quality, a center for excellence in Quality.

Who is the target audience?
  • Teachers and instructors of schools, colleges and universities
  • Management and Administrators of Educational Institutions
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Curriculum For This Course
126 Lectures
Section 1: Fundamentals of Outcome Based Education (OBE)
10 Lectures 43:10

A general introduction and overview of the course 'Outcome Based Education & Academic Quality Assurance"

Preview 08:26

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between 'output' and 'outcome'

Educational outcome vs output

What is the difference between 'competence' and 'qualification'

Preview 10:05

Building competence in student is important

From qualification to competence

Teaching is only effective if it results in effective learning

Learning vs Teaching

What is the difference between traditional education system and Outcome Based Education?

OBE defined and traditional education

What are the benefits of OBE ?

Benefits of OBE

What are the drawbacks of OBE ?

Drawbacks of OBE

Which countries have successfully adopted OBE ?

Countries adopting OBE

Quiz Section 1
3 questions
Bloom's Taxonomy: The 3 Domains
15 Lectures 01:11:22

Introduction to three domains of Bloom's Taxonomy

The Bloom's three domains

The six levels of Bloom's Cognitive Domain

Preview 09:58

The revision in Bloom's Taxonomy (Cognitive Domain)

Modified Bloom's cognitive domain

Linking subject and program goals in accordance with the Bloom's Taxonomy

Educational goal settings and Bloom's Taxonomy

How to use bloom's taxonomy from practical point of view ?

Types of questions in Cognitive domain

Examples of common mistakes in making papers which are not aligned with Bloom's Taxonomy

Preview 06:20

Common mistakes by authors in making textbooks which are not aligned with Bloom's Taxonomy

Examples of Textbooks according with Bloom's levels

An outstanding lecture example with higher cognitive level

Example lecture on higher cognitive level

Good questions leads to good learning outcomes

Critical thinking through questions

Quality of questions must be aligned with educational goals

Educational goals & national competitiveness

The bloom's second domain dealing with students emotions and feelings

Affective Domain

Understanding Affective domain

Examples of Affective domain

A theory on types of learning abilities

Right and Left side of brain

The third bloom's domain dealing with the outcomes of students related to their 'skills'

Psychomotor Domain

Summary on Bloom's Taxonomy

Summary of Bloom's Taxonomy

Quiz Section 2
6 questions
SOLO Taxonomy
2 Lectures 02:54

SOLO: Structure of the Observed Learning Outcomes

SOLO: Video Clip example lecture

Understanding SOLO

SOLO Example lectures

Quiz Section 3
2 questions
Kirkpatrick Training Evaluation Model
2 Lectures 07:03

Overview of Kirkpatrick Training Evaluation Model


Examples of Kirkpatrick Model


Quiz Section 4
2 questions
Multiple Intelligences (Howard Gardner)
2 Lectures 11:57

Overview of Multiple Intelligences of Howard Gardner


Measuring Multiple Intelligences 

Measuring different types of intelligences in students

Quiz Section 5
2 questions
Constructive Alignment
4 Lectures 18:58

Constructive Alignment is a crucial step for Quality programs


An important skill for every teacher

How to align an unaligned course

How teachers can link their lectures with Students Learning Outcomes ?

Guide to teaching strategies with Bloom's taxonomies

Example of creative reports measuring learning outcomes

Practical example

Quiz Section 6
5 questions
Students Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
13 Lectures 33:47

Students Learning Outcomes (SLOs); An introduction

Introduction to SLOs

Key questions when writing SLOs

Three questions on Learning Outcomes

How to start writing SLOs

Before you write SLOs, you should ...

Requirements for SLOs


How to write structured SLOs

What should an SLO contain ?

Learning from bad experiencing

Things to avoid in writing SLOs

An important emerging skill for teachers

How teachers should write SLOs

Comprehensive guidelines on writing SLOs

Reference guide on writing SLOs

Good examples on SLOs

Examples of SLOs

Key points when starting SLOs

How to start developing SLOs ?

Misunderstanding on SLOs

Chapter headings are not SLOs

Examples of Common Core Standards

Example Academic Standards: Common Core Standards of USA

Quiz Section 7
5 questions
Fundamentals of Quality Assurance in Education
13 Lectures 41:04

Fundamentals of QA

What is Quality Assurance

Academic Quality

Common issues in Academic Quality

QA Terminologies

QA Terminologies - I

QA Terminologies

QA Terminologies - II

QA Terminologies

QA Terminologies - III

After school tuition is a crisis

After school tuition: A national dilemma

Academic vs Service Quality

Two dimensions of Quality in education

QA is not an ordinary process

QA is an intervention

QA program requires a model framework

QA and educational framework

QA is an important part of institutional plan

Strategic planning of QA

performance is measured objectively

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs): Leading vs Lagging

Some accreditation bodies require mission statements

Example of a mission statement

Every good national educational plan needs Quality objectives

Quality and national educational objectives

Quiz Section 8
6 questions
Quality Assurance in Teaching
5 Lectures 17:07

Common errors teachers make

Top 15 teaching errors in universities

Highly qualified does not mean high quality

Highly qualified vs high quality teachers

One sided vs two sided teaching

Active vs passive teaching

Teachers development is a process by itself

Five dimensions of teacher development

Important QA initiatives for teaching

Internal QA processes for teaching

Quiz Section 9
3 questions
Quality Assurance in Curriculum
6 Lectures 17:20

What does QA in Curriculum means


Syllabus is not equal to curriculum

Syllabus vs Curriculum

Curriculum is used for subjects and programs

Levels and hierarchy of curriculum

Process for curriculum development

curriculum development process

Textbook should be selected carefully

Selecting the right textbook

QA in curriculum required a process

Internal QA processes for curriculum

Quiz Section 10
3 questions
10 More Sections
About the Instructor
Dr. Kamran Moosa
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Award Winning Author, Quality Professional and Academician

Dr. Kamran Moosa specializes in Quality Assurance and Management.  He is a Quality Management & Performance Excellence consultant, auditor, academician and trainer with wide range of global experience in industrial, service and academic sectors. He is a Principal Lead Auditor for ISO 9000 QMS & Lead Instructor of IRCA (UK) QMS Auditor/Lead Auditor and other Certification Programs in Quality Assurance & Management and Lean Six Sigma.  He has diversified Consulting and auditing experience in many countries in corporate and educational sectors. He has authored 3 books and co-authored one, titled as: (1) Practical Guide to ISO 9000, (2) Quality Control (national award winner), (3) Quality Management Practices, and (4) a chapter in Quality Management in Asian and Pacific firms by APO Japan.  He is presently contributing in many national and international forums for the development of Quality and business excellence.