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  1. Strengthening the Contribution of HE to Thailand’s Competitiveness Vicharn Panich Panel Discussion in Policy Seminar “Skills and Higher Education for Ideas-Led Growth with Equity in Thailand” organized by WB and NESDB, 20 Feb 2012 ”

  2. Aims • Competitiveness of the Country • Equity in Education & Society • Education for the Future, not the Past • Out of Failure

  3. New Paradigm of HE : Systems Approach • Learning Objectives : 21st Century Skills • Integrated Functions of HE with Outward-Looking Attitude • All for Education • Focus the Weak – Help them to Help Themselves • Modified Mendelian Selection (Get rid of parasites) • Systems Governance : Accountability, Freedom & Empowerment • HE Financing : Out of Cronyism • Assessment : For Competency, Performance & Improvement

  4. LearningObjective&Mode • 21st Century Skills • Beyond Knowledge to Skills • Can do (Cognitive, Affective, Psychomotor) • Learning by Doing / Creating / Innovating • Teach Less, Learn More • Project-Based Learning • Teachers’ Learning by Doing : PLC • Facilitate Learning by Assessment (Formative) Each HEI defines neatly the skill set of the graduates

  5. Integrated Functions Higher Education PBL/ PLC In Real Sectors Implementation Research

  6. Integrated Functions -------Basic Ed Higher Education PBL/ PLC In Real Sectors eg. LLEN Implementation Research

  7. Integrated Functions -------Basic Ed Higher Education PBL/ PLC In Real Sectors Implementation Research Real Sector

  8. Integrated Functions -------Basic Ed Higher Education PBL/ PLC In Real Sectors Real Sector Global

  9. All for Education • New Paradigm of “Ed Resources” : Real Sectors • Inspiration / Motivation / Recognition / Doing • Governance / Accountability (Demand-Side : Supply-Side = 70:30) • Knowledge Sources (esp. Tacit Knowledge / Phronesis / Actionable Wisdom) • Empowerment to Professional Learning Community (PLC) • Financial Contribution (To empower good action/vision)

  10. Focus the Weak • Student / University • Right Positioning / Know Oneself • Inspiration • Build Up from Strength • Give Feedback for Improvement • Learning is Key

  11. Modified Mendelian Selection • Support PLC • Get Rid of Bad Teachers (who do not improve himself / do not learn) by • No free promotion • Get Rid of Weak (Bad) & UnimprovableInstitutions • No student loan

  12. HE Systems Governance • Output-Based Performance Evaluation • Competency-Based HE Output Evaluation • Diversity of HEIs • Focus on the Development of Output Evaluation • Social Communication & Dialogue on the Result of Output Evaluation • Promote Collective Self-Governance by Accountability Report

  13. HE Financing • The Present System is a Bad One • WG Report & Recommendation for New System • Giving Incentives to High Quality Output • Competitive Grants : Research, Self-Development • Give Probation Period to Substandard HEIs, then Cut • All Processes are Transparent • Back Up by Systems Research

  14. Assessment as Development Tool • Develop Assessment Capacity : Systems, Institution, Individaul • Focus Formative Assessment • All Assessment Leads to Consequences • Assistance to Improvement • Incentives for Good Results – Positive Approach • Disincentives for Non-Improvement (Chronic Failure) – Negative Approach

  15. Summary : How to Get More Contribution from HE • Learn 21stCentury Skills • Integrated Functions of HE • All for Education • Focus the Improvable Weak • Get Rid of the Bad • Systems Governance : Accountability, Freedom & Empowerment • HE Financing : Out of Cronyism • Assessment with Consequences