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  1. INNOVATIVE PROCESS FOR TEACHER EVALUATION AND ACADEMIC WORKLOADJ. Sanchez1,2, A. Badillo-Milian3, H. Chagolla3, A. Mora1,3, J. Nieto-Miranda41Tecnológico Nacional de México (MEXICO)2Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (MEXICO)3Instituto Tecnológico de Querétaro (MEXICO) 4Instituto PolitécnicoNacional (MEXICO)jonssanchez@gmail.com, amora@mail.itq.edu.mx

  2. INTRODUCTION • Law of education reform from México: authorities MUST to monitor and evaluate public education institutions and persons. • Improve academic performance in general, where high productivity and competitiveness of teachers will be a fair reward ; which is not the case today. • How principals or managers of TecnológicoNacional de México (TNM) can quickly promote compliance with the obligations of teachers? • A 360 evaluation: sorts the process, defines policies and / or strategies, allows us medium and long term visions.

  3. INTRODUCTION • Historically, this activity has been a complex problem for different Mexican universities: • The Department of Mathematics, University of Sonora reports that spend 500 hours-man to perform such programming. • Universidad Diego Portales, manual processing of this activity spent around 160 man-hours. • The Anderson Graduate School of Management, University of California at Los Angeles, require the work of two people for 3 days, which is equivalent to 48 man-hours. • In summary: every area of ​​ ITQ spend 200 man-hours: approximate cost of USD$ 3,000.00 (8 faculties). Assuming a cost of USD$ 15.00 per man-hour.

  4. OBJECTIVE • To design a new 360 evaluation process 360, through a system that encourages compliance with the teaching duties to enhance the academic competitiveness of TNM.

  5. METHODOLOGY • We took this idea from course selection process currently carried out by students. Nowadays is successfully applied in different institutes of the México.


  7. RESULTS Figure 1. Evaluationof Performance Teacher

  8. RESULTS Figure 2. Pre-selection of workloadforteachers

  9. RESULTS Figure 3. Workloadselectedbyteachers

  10. RESULTS Figure 4. Workloadreportforprincipalsor manager

  11. RESULTS • Advantages: • Savings estimated of USD$ 24,000 for the Technologic of Queretaro. This means that on 257 Institutes for Technologic of Mexico, we could save a few millions of dollars. • The pre-selection of workload for teacher is objective, this is made based on the overall performance of teachers. • Teachers share responsibility for the proper administration of their workload. • This system has a module to quick review the teacher workload.

  12. CONCLUSIONS • Contributionto theTNM: objectively evaluate teachers based on actual indicators academic. • This innovation could impact on improving the competitiveness and quality of education for México. • The next challenge is to demonstrate to managers that this innovation is working and it has more advantages than disadvantages.

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