Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HCMUT) in collaboration with HEEAP organized an in-country workshop, from July 20-24, titled “Preparing Your Course for Program Assessment: The Role of Faculty in Continuous Program Improvement and International Recognition”. The workshop took place at Vietsovpetro Hotel in Da Lat, Viet Nam. Over 80 participants from 13 faculty and departments attended the training.
At the workshop, Kathy Wigal from Arizona State University and Chell Roberts from University of San Diego introduced the knowledge, skills, tools and techniques needed to implement program assessment and evaluation activities, which serve as the key for ABET continuous program improvement process. Faculty had the opportunity to work on their own degree program curriculums and course syllabi to develop an assessment and evaluation plan. They also participated in several active learning activities which included group exercises, case studies, discussions, presentations, role play, problem solving activities and much more.
The in-country workshop was the third annual training provided by HEEAP to HCMUT faculty.
For more photos from this event, please visit Flickr.
Photo Captions: (right) Kathy Wigal from Arizona State giving feedback to faculty about their curriculum assessment designs, (bottom) Participants of the 2015 in-country workshop that was hosted in Da Lat, Vietnam.