Capacity Building for Quality Enhancement in Higher Education
International Journal of Management, Technology, and Social Sciences (IJMTS), 2(2), 84-92.
9 Pages Posted: 10 Nov 2017
Date Written: November 5, 2017
Higher education institutions strive to produce quality professionals, who would be intellectually robust, emotionally balanced, and economically productive, socially committed and spiritually satisfied so that they make meaning in their lives and contribute to the society. Teachers have a big role in maintaining this. Teacher quality influences curriculum, provides leadership, and promote student progression. Curriculum delivery and pedagogy should incorporate multitude of learning experiences and innovative learning methodologies. So much so the faculty should be exposed to advance knowledge and skill through a variety of ways which would be mutually complementary for both the teacher and the taught. Their capacities should be developed and all the more periodically recharged for sustained results. This paper discusses capacity building through establishing sustainable mechanisms to improve quality in teaching as reflected in the values and culture of the institution.
Keywords: Capacity building, Quality enhancement, Higher education
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