Vice President for Academic Affairs Edwin Pilapil had a series of workshops early this year, one of which was the course pack training and production in February, highlighting the alignment of course intended learning outcomes (CILOs) with the program outcomes (POs).
The move was to establish best practices and strategies in teaching while integrating sustainable development goals (SDGs) and gender and development (GAD) principles in teaching-learning activities and assessments.
Inputs from resource speakers were the target skills in the outcomes-based education, despite gaps brought by the pandemic.
The collaboration of academics across campuses resulted in unified instructional materials to sustain quality instruction in the new normal.
“The quest for quality of education is easy to attain with the expected outcome,” said CTU Main campus director Joseph Pepito during the curriculum mapping webinar series.
Students’ career paths could now be easily envisioned because of the alignment of CHED-based POs, institutional POs, CILOs, teaching-learning activities, and assessment tasks. ccmr/rmmm