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Quality Assurance & Accreditation Project. QAAP Workshop (Basic) . Conduct of the peer review. * Commitment * Contribution to a smooth and effective process * The Developmental Engagement Report. Commitment for the review process. Time Effort. Mission. Activities * criteria * protocols.

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Conduct of the peer review

*Commitment

* Contribution to a smooth and effective process

* The Developmental Engagement Report


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Commitment for the review process

TimeEffort

Mission

Activities* criteria * protocols

Show courtesy

Comments

Judgment

Confidentiality


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Contributing to a smooth and effective Developmental Engagement

*Establishing a sound evidence base

*Agreeing Priorities

* Keeping to schedule but also flexible


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Building on the evidence base Engagement

Cont. Contributing to a smooth and effective…

*FAR

* Initial commentaries

* Identify gaps and requests

* Observations and meetings

* Formative judgments


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Cont. Contributing to a smooth and effective Developmental Engagement

The reviewer tools

Observing

Questioning

Listening


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Cont. Contributing to a smooth and effective Developmental Engagement

Relation to the facilitator

Meeting attendance

Daily

Academic staff

Final oral feedback

But, he will not attend

-Students

- Stakeholders

- Final meeting of review team


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Cont. Contributing to a smooth and effective Developmental Engagement

Relation to the facilitator

Significance of meeting attendance

  • Clarification on matters addressed in or omitted

  • Matters

  • context of the institutions activities

Understanding of line of enquiries


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Feedback on the initial commentaries Engagement

* Use the handbook

* FAR & any supple. information

* Record apparent (+) & (-) and further enquiry (?)

* Identify of gaps, apparent inconsistencies and requests

* Sharing of information & request

* Activities during site visit

* Formative judgment each day


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Formal judgements Engagement

When ?

Requirements ?

Characteristics ?

Pit falls ?


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The Developmental Engagement Report Engagement

Essential qualities of the report

Structure (annex Q)

Skills of effective reporting

Production of the report


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Essential Qualities of a report Engagement

Report Should be

Compliant

Annex Q

Evaluative

Judgment

C

orrectlearoncise

All

the team

Fair Balanced


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The Structure of the Report Engagementreference Part 4 paragraphs 55-56 and annex Q

Preface

Executive Summary

Main text comprising

  • Introduction

  • Evaluation

  • Conclusions

    Conclude that the [institution]

    Either [is ready to receive an accreditation visit]

    Or [is not yet ready to receive an accreditation visit.]

  • The strength include:

  • Matters that should be addressed before an accreditation visit are:


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    The skills of effective reporting Engagement

    Notes

    Evidence

    Test & verify

    Team

    Discussions

    Annexes I & Q

    Use

    Formative judgment


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    Cont. The skills of effective reporting Engagement

    Evaluative frame work

    Comments & suggestions

    Over defensive

    Drafts

    Trivial details


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    Production of the report Engagement

    Reference part 4 paragraph 53-56 and annex Q

    Sharing formative judgments & draft paragraphs in the team

    Decision-making in the team

    Making judgments + & --

    Conclusion either / or

    Prepare oral feedback script (annex J)


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    Cont. Production of the report Engagement

    Reference part 4 paragraph 53-56 and annex Q

    After the site visit

    Polishing written report

    Editing stage (ref. para. 56)

    Send draft 3 Institution Send draft 4 NQAAC

    Completion in 20w with milestones


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    Completion in 20w with milestones Engagement

    • Week 1-2: Draft 1 (chair) from written contributions provided by peer reviewers during the site-visit & report-writing meeting

    • Week 3-4: (reviewers in the team) respond with written comments & suggestions based on record of DE

    • Week 4: Draft 2 (chair) Send to QAAP forward to independent editor suggestions will be made to chair


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    Completion in 20w with milestones Engagement

    • Week 6: Draft 3 sent to QAAP checked & sent to the institution with a covering letter inviting it to comment matters of factual accuracy Institution should respond within 2 weeks to QAAP

    • Week 8: Draft 3 returned by institution to QAAP

    • QAAP will seek views of review chair in considering any response


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    Completion in 20w with milestones Engagement

    • Week 12: Draft 4 QAAP may engage a professional editor to ensure its consistence with its policy

    • Week 20: Final draft 5 will be translated 0n A&E & QAAP will make it available to institution, reviewer chair & peer reviewers

    • Report is not published & remain confidential within the institution, its university, QAAP & Peer review team


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    How to conduct meetings? Engagement

    Situation

    Task

    Action

    Result


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    How to deal with the staff members? Engagement

    Self esteem ( (احترام الذات

    Constructive

    Job related

    Arguments ((حجة، برهان،مناقشة

    Provide evidence

    Credible judgment


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    Success of the review process depends on Engagement

    Review team

    NQAAC

    Facilitator

    Institution


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    Characteristics of Review Process Engagement

    • All institutions are treated equally.

    • Respects the institution’s mission and chosen aims

    • Conforms with protocols outlined in handbook

    • Carried out by peers

    • Is collegial in nature and constructive

    • Is open and transparent

    • Good preparation by all parties is absolutely essential


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    Benefits Engagement

    • Testing the developing systems and processes

    • Dialogue with peers

    • Receiving external structured comments

    • Agenda for further improvement


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    Tips of good peer-reviewing Engagement

    • Work with the spirit of a team work.

    • Have a consensuses .

    • We are not inspectors .

    • We help the Faculty to have successful DE phase that will end in accreditation.

    • Respect the Faculty’s pride.

    • Do not suggest any solutions for the Faculty.


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    Tips of good peer-reviewing Engagement

    • Communicate through the e-mail properly.

    • Be sure about your conclusions and have an evidence for each.

    • Be sure that the report is correct, clear, fair, and balanced.

    • Editing.

    • Be ready to do the correction needed to release the second , third and final report.


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    Thank you Engagement