oa Mosenodi - Evaluation of teaching and learning at the University of Botswana : beyond 'Happiness' and 'learning' levels
|Article Title||Evaluation of teaching and learning at the University of Botswana : beyond 'Happiness' and 'learning' levels|
|Affiliations||1 University of Botswana|
|Publication Date||Jan 2006|
|Pages||67 - 76|
|Keyword(s)||Research, Teaching, Training and development and Training institution|
Training and education institutions like the University of Botswana have a key responsibility for evaluating teaching and learning programmes - not only for ensuring feedback, taking corrective action and enhancing the quality o..f programmes but, more importantly, to remain more up-to-date and relevant to society. However, many learning institutions have remained moribund and irrelevant because of failure to take into account the needs and requirements of the various stakeholders. How teaching and learning impact on the performance behavior of former students and. in turn their organization, are crucial questions every institution needs to constantly ask every year. By adopting a systematic evaluation framework - as used in human resource development literature - into the evaluation of teaching at the University of Botswana, the quality of teaching and learning will improve and its strategic impact on public, private and non-governmental sector clientele will be raised.
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