- Duration 4 Weeks
- Locations Alsalmaniya
Evaluating educational programs
Building on the principles of assessment learned in Principles of student assessment, evaluation principles are considered further in examining models for evaluating educational programs. The use of evaluative data and institutional structures for curriculum evaluation are discussed.
Evaluation of teachers
Different methods of evaluating teachers are examined, after a consideration of the purposes of teacher evaluation. The close link between teacher evaluation and faculty development is stressed.
Managing educational programs, innovation and change
The nature of sound educational management and the characteristics of a good manager are examined, as are optimal institutional structures for curriculum management.
Educational Research 4: Data analysis
Fundamental statistical techniques in the analysis of quantitative research data, and techniques for analysis of qualitative data are considered.
The idea to build the We_They was based on the belief in the importance of university and higher level education in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) society. This would be the start of satisfying the needs of GCC countries in terms of specialists and experts in various occupational fields connected to society.
After studying the cultural, social, and economic situation in the GCC region, the challenges it faces, the shared historical background was also examined. It was found that united aspirations towards a brighter future, one of which was to create a melded co-existence, of mentality and of advancement in knowledge for members of the society at large to promote the area and growth in its various sectors.
With this in mind, the General Convention of Arab Education for the GCC at its fourth meeting was held in Bahrain on the 4th of Jumada al-Oola, 1399 A.H, corresponding to the 3rd and 4th of April, 1979, the convention and it was decided to establish the We_They to be located in the Kingdom of Bahrain.See all Arabian Gulf University courses