Outcome-based education is an educational system that focuses on achieving desired outcomes instead of focusing on the traditional educational system that focuses on the teaching of content. This approach is based on the idea that the educational process should measure the success or effectiveness of educational practices through the assessment of learning outcomes rather than just delivering content. Outcome-based education (OBE) has gained traction in recent years due to its potential to provide more personalized learning experiences for students and its ability to measure the success of educational practices. OBE has become increasingly popular in today’s education systems due to its focus on student-centered learning, which is based on the notion that students should be able to develop their own learning objectives and be active participants in the learning process. OBE also encourages teachers to focus on providing students with meaningful experiences that are relevant to their lives and interests. When training staff on OBE, it is important to emphasize the importance of setting learning objectives, designing relevant and measurable learning activities, and providing feedback to students. It is also important to emphasize the importance of incorporating technology into the learning process to facilitate student engagement and learning. Additionally, staff should be trained on the importance of assessing student learning outcomes and providing timely feedback to ensure that students are making progress towards their learning goals. Finally, staff should be trained on the use of various assessment techniques, such as portfolios, projects, presentations, and tests to assess student learning outcomes. It is also important for staff to be trained on how to use data and analytics to measure the effectiveness of outcomes-based education and make informed decisions about curriculum and instruction. Training staff on OBE should be done in an engaging and interactive manner to ensure that staff are able to understand and internalize the concepts of OBE. Additionally, staff should be provided with sufficient resources and support throughout the training process to ensure that they are able to implement OBE in their classrooms.
What Will You Learn?
- 1] Outcome Based Education (OBE Tree) for Employability of Students
- 2] Formulation of PEO, PSO, PO (Defined by NBA) (For not defined by NBA), CO statements and its mechanism with SCPAMHE and KSCAB approach
- 3] Case Studies of PEO, PSO, PO, CO statements
- 4] Mapping, Assessment, Evaluation and Attainment, Validated by Discrimination Index
- 5] Case Studies of CO-PO, CO-PSO mapping and attainment for various programs like Engineering, Pharmacy, BSc, BCom, BJMS, BEd, BBA, BCA, BJMC, BFA, BHM, BHSc, Agriculture, Phy, Chemistry, Maths & more
- 6] Observations and Action Plans for further improvement in framing and reframing PEO, PSO, PO, CO and its relevance to employability of students.
Unit 1: Process of defining the outcomes
U1L1 Introduction to outcome based education: relationship with employability05:04
Quiz 1: Outcome Based Education
U1L2 Bloom’s Taxonomy, Action Verbs and student employability-106:12
Quiz 2: Bloom’s Taxonomy
U1L3 Blooms Taxonomy action verbs and students employability -203:53
U1L4 Outcome – SCPAMHE Approach05:54
Quiz 4: Outcome components
U1L5 Outcome Based Education – Time Line07:18