Education Specialist Unit. Applications. The Education Specialist Unit (ESU) is to ensure that the institution and its educational programs meet minimum operating standards. Compliance may be obtained by program review, site visits, platform demonstrations, etc. Applications.
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Education Specialist Unit
I. Educational Program
A. Mission and Objectives
B. CurriculumDevelopment /Syllabi
C. Library/Qualified Librarian
D. General Education Requirements
E. Assignment &Assessment Rigor
II. Faculty Qualifications & Field of Expertise
A. Teaching and Career Experience-CV
B. Degree, Credential , and Licenses
C. Currency of training and experience
D. Verification of contract teachers
III. Methods of Delivery
1. Direct Instruction
III. Methods of Delivery
2. Distance Education
a. Request syllabi, course sequence, and teacher qualifications for each course online and traditional. For Ph.D. , request for committee members and their qualifications as well.
b. Request for access to online instruction demonstration.
c. Request for qualifications and background on curriculum developer for both direct and online instruction.
III. Methods of Delivery continued…
2. Distance Education continued…
d. Examine relevancy of prerequisites and general education requirements.
e. Textbook, library, test exams, sample work, dissertations, projects, and other resources that support student learning outcomes for each programs.
The Compliance Unit analysts identify the issues related to Minimum Operating Standards of the Educational Programs, the Educational Specialists evaluate and analyze the quality of education. The quality of education depends on the faculty who received their degree from an accredited schools, curriculum written to achieve the educational objectives, instructional method that is appropriate for the subject matter and required subject areas and standards for a particular degree.
1. Evaluation of an Institution's Approval to Operate.
2. Determine how Minimum Operating Standards are met.
3. Content of Each Educational Program.
4. Facilities and Instructional Equipment are sufficient to Achieve Educational Goals.
5. Institutional Staff are Duly Qualified for their Respective Position(s).