In recent years, the academic world has been facing challenging transformations in the field of teaching and learning that require lecturers to refer to and adapt to twenty-first-century skills. The Quality, Excellence, and Evaluation Unit works to improve teaching, increase its effectiveness and promote pedagogical innovation in a way that will make the learning experience of all students meaningful and, at the same time, will also advance the academic staff members on a personal level.

The college’s commitment to excellence in teaching is expressed in a variety of activities whose purpose is to evaluate, improve and promote the methods of teaching, learning, and evaluation in the college; and to help lecturers face the challenges of academic teaching in the twenty-first century:

  • Advice and personal guidance for new lecturers and teaching assistants on teaching and evaluation issues.
  • Imparting teaching skills to senior staff and teaching assistants through workshops, seminars, and customized personal counseling.
  • Organization of teaching, learning, and evaluation seminars, including digitization-integrated teaching (Prizma).
  • Continuous monitoring of new trends in teaching methods and new teaching technologies in teaching and learning, and their implementation in the college, in cooperation with the ‘Innovative Pedagogical Space’.
  • Holding workshops on appropriate traditional and alternative evaluation, including guidance on the intelligent use of various evaluation tools, developing new tools, analyzing the results of evaluation processes, and drawing conclusions.
  • Running a Moodle website with up-to-date teaching, learning, and evaluation information and resources.
  • Conducting teaching surveys, analyzing the findings, extracting lessons and providing feedback, publishing the names of the outstanding lecturers in each department, and awarding evaluation certificates.
  • Leading the evaluation processes for the teaching quality of academic staff members (including observing/photographing), producing reports and analyzing them, and providing personal feedback to improve teaching (frontal, synchronous, asynchronous, and hybrid).
  • Coordinating quality and monitoring processes, producing quality reports, monitoring the implementation of recommendations, and implementing changes following the directives of the General Assembly.

Prizma – One-Third Squared

Unit staff & Contact Information

Dr. Lina Bolus, Head of the unit

Dr. Marcel Amasha, Unit coordinator 

The unit is subordinate to the college president or his representative and operates in cooperation with a steering committee of the heads of departments and programs.

Contact: Dr. Lina Bolus, [email protected], 04-905-8081