Introduction to Outcome-Based Education in the 21st Century
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This course on the Introduction to Outcome-Based Education in the 21st Century, explains the idea of OBE as an educational process that focuses on what students can do or the qualities they should develop after they are taught. It encourages every teacher to learn the right skills to impart the necessary knowledge required by today's students.
Next, the course highlights the advantages of having an educational program that is fully accredited and how it must align with the ‘vision’ and ‘mission’ of the educational Institution. Accreditation allows the course to remain relevant and in line with up-to-date industry requirements. The vision and mission statements of an institution give the program direction and relevance. The course describes a vision statement as 'where you want to be' and a mission statement as 'how you will get to where you want to be'. These are useful ‘roadmaps’ for anyone involved in teaching or curriculum development.
Education in the 21st century requires that the students demonstrate that they have learned the required skills and content. It also helps them to be equipped with the appropriate skills and knowledge that will allow them to continue to learn and apply acquired knowledge. If you enrol in this course now, you can become an effective teacher that equips students to be relevant to their future careers or vocations today.Start Course Now
An Introduction to Outcome-Based Education
An Introduction to Outcome-Based Education - Learning Outcomes
Challenges in 21st Century Education
Designing Outcome-Based Learning
An Introduction to Outcome-Based Education - Lesson Summary
On successful completion of this course you will be able to:
- Identify the challenges of the 21st-century educational system
- Outline the advantages and disadvantages of an accredited course
- Discuss the role of a teacher and a student in a learning environment
- Outline the advantages and disadvantages of a syllabus
- Discuss the importance of a vision and mission statement
- Identify techniques for improving student engagement
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