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1 AKEPT’S PROFESSIONAL LEARNING AND TEACHING MODEL FOR ACADEMIA SHAPING MINDS BUILDING LEADERSHIP

2 Outcomes; Describe the role of Higher Education Leadership Academy (AKEPT) Explain National Higher Education Strategic Plan (NHESP), Critical Agenda Projects (CAPs), & Ministerial Key Result Area (MKRA) Summarize AKEPT’s Professional Learning and Teaching Model for Academia 23 October 2010

3 Akademi Kepimpinan Pengajian Tinggi (AKEPT) October 23, 2010

4 The Higher Education Leadership Academy (AKEPT) was established in 2007 by the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), and commenced operations in 2008. AKEPT : October 23, 2010

5 The core business of the Academy is to operationalise the initiatives of the National Higher Education Strategic Plan with regards to unleashing the potential of the nation’s human capital to become self- sufficient and competitive global citizens and leaders. October 23, 2010 ROLE of AKEPT in developing leaders

6 To be acknowledged as the global benchmark and referral centre for Higher Education Leadership, Research and Innovation, and Learning and Teaching. AKEPT VISION October 23, 2010

7  To align with the Ministry’s transformational agenda for higher education to ensure that higher education institutions are globally competitive.  To provide the Ministry with the relevant information necessary for the formulation of higher education policies pertaining to talent management, leadership, governance, and innovation in higher education institutions  To be recognized as the premier referral centre for research and innovation, learning and teaching, and leadership competencies for higher education. AKEPT MISSION October 23, 2010

8 AKEPT Centres; Centre for Leadership Training Centre for Learning and Teaching Centre for Research and Innovation October 23, 2010

9 Resilience Excellence Adaptability Professionalism Innovation Teamwork REAP IT is an appropriate acrostic for the values of the Academy, as it hopes to harvest the fruits of its labour through its core activities. AKEPT’S VALUES October 23, 2010

10 AKEPT MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR REGISTRAR CENTRE FOR LEADERSHIP RESEARCH AND INNOVATION DEPUTY DIRECTOR CENTRE FOR LEADERSHIP TRAINING DEPUTY DIRECTOR CENTRE FOR LEARNING AND TEACHING DEPUTY DIRECTOR PROF. DATUK DR ROZIAH BINTI OMAR DATO’ NOORAISHAH BT. AHMAD TAJUDIN HJ. MOKHTAR B. ABDULLAH ASSOC. PROF DR. MOHD. MAJID KONTING MEDIA AND CORPORATE MANAGER DR. MOHAIDA BINTI MOAIN October 23, 2010

11 CHAIRMAN TAN SRI DATO’ DR. WAN MOHD ZAHID MOHD NORDIN Members: TAN SRI DATUK HJ. ARSHAD BIN AYUB TAN SRI DATUK DR. ANUWAR BIN ALI TAN SRI DATO’ DR. LIN SEE-YAN DATUK IR. DR. HAJI AHMAD ZAIDEE BIN LAIDIN DATO’ MOHD RAZIF BIN ABD KADIR PROF. EMERITUS DATO’ IR ZAWAWI BIN ISMAIL PROF. DATO’ IR DR. RADIN UMAR BIN RADIN SOHADI PROF DR. AZMAN BIN AWANG BOARD OF ADVISORS October 23, 2010

12 CENTER FOR LEARNING AND TEACHING October 23, 2010

13 The Centre’s Objectives The academic staff are professionally competent to teach; The academic staff are knowledgeable about and capable of stimulating and practicing teaching and learning innovation through both action and conceptual research, and Higher education leaders are competent in developing institutional teaching and learning strategies by linking research with practice. October 23, 2010

14 14 Number of HEIs and The Academic Staffs, 2009 Types of InstitutionNo. of HEIs*Academic Staff** Public University2025,084 Polytechnic246,043 Community College391,656 Private University2023,796 University College22 Foreign University5 Private College462 Total59256,579

15 National Higher Education Strategic Plan (PSPTN) October 23, 2010

16 Widening of Access and Increasing Equity THRUST 1 Improving the Quality of Teaching and Learning THRUST 2 Enhancing Research and Innovation THRUST 3 Strengthening Higher Education Institutions THRUST 4 Intensifying Internationalisation THRUST 5 Enculturation of Lifelong Learning THRUST 6 Reinforcing Delivery System of MOHE THRUST 7 National Higher Education Strategic Plan Laying The Foundation Beyond 2020 National Higher Education Strategic Plan Laying The Foundation Beyond 2020

17 APEX University MoHE Transformation Private HEIs Polytechs & Comm. Clgs. Autonomy Governance Quality Assurance MY BRAIN 15 e-Learning Centres of Excellence Top Business Schools Life Long Learning ACADEMIA Teaching & Learning Internationalisation Student Development Human Capital Dev. Fund Student Employability R & D Industry & Academic Relationship PTPTN 22 INITIATIVES NATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION STRATEGIC PLAN NATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION STRATEGIC PLAN Critical Agenda Projects October 23, 2010 LEADERSHIP ENTREPRENEURSHIP

18 CRITICAL AGENDA PROJECTS (CAP): LEADERSHIP  Building competencies for higher education leaders to enhance global institutional excellence  Strengthening of higher education leadership in innovation and commercialization  Innovative learning and teaching leadership  Creating talent pool and supporting succession planning in higher education 18 Strategic Objectives October 23, 2010

19 CAP : Leadership CAP's Mission : Enhancing Higher Education Ecosystem Chairman / Owner : Director of AKEPT Secretariat : AKEPT No.Strategic ObjectiveSO RationaleIndicator/KPI Operational Definition Key ActivityIPT Targets Remark/PSPTN Thrust 2009201020112012 1Building competencies for higher education leaders to enhance global institutional excellence Transformational capabilities for HEIs Completed the Leadership Competency Framework Organizational and Academic Excellence 1. Training 2. Profiling NO20%40%50%70% % of 1718 officers ranked Head of Department and above in public HEIs, polytechnic and community colleges to undergo AKEPT leadership trainings. 2Strengthening of higher education leadership in innovation and commercialization Creating champions and prime mover of innovation Trained for value creation and developed into champions Facilitating and instilling awareness for IP commercialization and creating prime movers 1. Selection of key researcher 2. 3 phases of training NO-20%40%70% % of 500 selected academic staff from 20 Public HEIs to undergo training in commercialisation and innovation 3Innovative learning and teaching leadership Enhancing innovative best practices in learning and teaching Trained Master Trainers in learning and teaching (L&T) competency training Student-centred learning and drivers to disseminate innovative L&T 1. Facilitating the development of L&T modules 2. Competency training in L&T 3. Knowledge sharing through educational forums YES30%60%70%80% % of 1035 selected Master Trainers among academic staff in Public and Private HEIs /Polytechnic and Community Colleges 4Creating talent pool and supporting succession planning in higher education Nurturing potential leaders and emplacing system of succession plan in HEIs Profiling of talent pool based on AKEPT pipeline leadership formula of 20-10-5% Developing people who are key players to the succession. Succession Planning is to ensure HEI organisation's sustainability and continuity 1. Profiling -25%30%50% % of 652 academic staff ranked Head of Centers up to Deputy Vice Chancellors from 20 Public HEIs to be assessed and profiled 2. Competency gap analysis YES 3. Training -420 Succession planning for 20 Public HEIs October 23, 2010

20 MKRA related to Learning &Teaching MKRA – Enhancing L&T Leadership MKPI – Percentage of Master Trainers trained in Student-Centred Learning and Teaching strategies MKRA - Enhancing Teaching Quality MKPI – Percentage of lecturers trained in Student- Centred Learning and Teaching strategies 20 October 23, 2010

21 PROFESSIONAL LEARNING AND TEACHING MODEL FOR ACADEMIA October 23, 2010

22 Learner’s Diversity Learning Style Learning Style Scholarship of Learning and Teaching Learner’s Motivation Learner’s Motivation Teaching Style Teaching Style PROFESSIONAL L&T ACADEMIA MODEL AKEPT’S PROFESSIONAL LEARNING AND TEACHING MODEL FOR ACADEMIA October 23, 2010

23 Higher Education Learning and Teaching Competency Higher education learning and teaching competency is defined as proven ability to use professional knowledge and skills in the field of learning and teaching at higher education level. 23 October 23, 2010

24 Inp ut RPLProfessional Academia Development in HE Learning and TeachingCAward Experience / Discipline Variances RPL Assessment Competency Level 33410 40 Refle ction ResearchTrainingProject Master Trainer (Expert) 2222210 30 Curriculum Design in Higher Education Effective Delivery (effective pedagogy) Assessment / Evaluation ProjectProf Practice Diploma (Proficient) 242210 20 Managing Learners Design, Delivery, Management and Review of LTHE Assessment and Evaluation Project Certificate (Competent) Coac hing 1110 11122 Project Prof Practice 10 Learning in Higher Education Understand ing and Managing Learners Curriculum Design in Higher Education Effective Delivery (effective pedagogy) Assessment and Evaluation Basic (Adv. Beginner) Skills Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: PGC (LTHE) PGCert.(LTH E) Sijil Lepasan Ijazah Pembelajaran dan Pengajaran Pengajian TinggiSLI (PPPT) Higher Education Teaching Inquiry (HETI) (1cr)

25 25 The AKEPT’s Accreditation Scheme for Teaching in Higher Education  The scheme assists the strategic aim of enhancing professionalism of HEIs academics.  It helps to raise the status of teaching and provide a formal structure for continuing professional development.  The accreditation approach builds on established training programmes for new HEIs lecturers and continuous professional development programmes for serving lecturers run by HEIs in Malaysia.

26 26 Further Advantages: 1.The scheme provides formal national recognition of the teaching skills and practice of HEIs academic staff and so raise the status of teaching within the HE sector; 2. The scheme improves the transferability of academic staff between institutions as staff would be able to show that they have a recognized and nationally-accredited award for teaching in higher education; 3.The scheme allows AKEPT and the MoHE to demonstrate to Government Ministers, politicians and the public that academic staff are receiving up-to-date training in teaching practices and delivery;

27 27 4. The student learning experience will be enhanced through improved teaching; 5. The scheme allows AKEPT to work in close partnership with national HEIs through their Academic Development Centres (ADCs) to enhance teaching and learning across the HE sector; and 6. The scheme allows AKEPT to work with international HEIs and agencies to enhance teaching and learning across the HE sector.

28 28 The Accreditation Scheme’s Features:  Use existing courses wherever possible and avoid requiring new materials and courses.  The scheme has authority and support of Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) and Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE), and gain approval of HEIs top management.  The scheme has an easy system of administration and avoid placing a heavy additional administrative burden on institutions.

29 29 The Scheme’s Strategy: 1. Making the PGCertification compulsory for new teaching staff; 2. Making passing of the PGCertification a requirement to complete probation; 3. Emphasizing that teaching is a key aspect of a promotion application, other than research and professional services; 4. Rewarding excellent teaching through the national award for teaching excellence, leadership, and research; and 5. Stressing that the PGCertification is a nationally-recognised qualification that will aid staff mobility between institutions.

30 October 23, 2010 AKEPT’s Master Trainers in Higher Education Learning and Teaching

31 AKEPT Master Trainers in Higher Education Learning & Teaching AKEPT Master Trainers are higher education institutions’ academic staff who will provide in-house learning and teaching trainings in their respective fields and institutions. 31 October 23, 2010

32 AKEPT L&T Master Trainers Training Outcomes AKEPT Master Trainers are able to train and lead higher education institutions’ academic staff in the use of related professional research based knowledge and skills in higher education learning and teaching. 32 October 23, 2010

33 AKEPT’s L&T Training Framework a. Certificate Level – 10 credits b. Diploma Level - 10 credits c. Master Trainer - 10 credits Components : Research, Training, Project 33 October 23, 2010

34 AKEPT Higher Education Learning and Teaching Training Initiatives (HELTTI) 34 The Learning and Teaching Training Framework for Master Trainers focuses on building competencies in the 15 areas of: Curriculum Design and Development Pedagogy Student-Centred Learning October 23, 2010

35 Curriculum Design and Development Learning and Teaching in Higher Education Learner’s Diversity Learning Style Learner’s Motivation Curriculum Development Learning Resources Learning Assessment 35 October 23, 2010

36 Pedagogy Lecture E-Learning Student Supervision Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 36 October 23, 2010

37 Student-Centred Learning Problem-Based Learning Project-Oriented Problem-Based Learning Case Method Modular Approach 37 October 23, 2010

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40 AKEPT Learning and Teaching Master Trainers Competency AKEPT learning and teaching Master Trainers competency model is based on constructivism theory. Three competency levels for each learning and teaching area are based on the following learning outcomes: 40 October 23, 2010

41 Competency Level 1 – Foundation Participant is able to: analyse knowledge in the field; demonstrate the teaching skills in the field; and work in team in implementing a project related to the field. 41 October 23, 2010

42 Competency Level 2 – Intermediate Participant is able to: evaluate the relevance of knowledge related to the field; adapt the teaching skills in the field; and helping others in implementing a project related to the field. 42 October 23, 2010

43 Competency Level 3 – Advanced Participant is able to: train academic staff in the field; conduct research in the field; and lead academic staff in the field. 43 October 23, 2010

44 AKEPT’S L&T Training of Trainers & Module Development Programmes 2010 October 23, 2010 No.ToT ProgrammeDateSpeaker/Facilitator 1Quality Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 23-25 Feb.Prof. John Biggs/Dr Catharine Tang, Australia 2Learning Assessment28 - 1 JulyProf. Brenda Smith, HEA, UK 3Problem Based Learning5 – 8 JulyProf. Tan Onn Seng, NIE, Singapore 4Scholarship of T& Learning16– 29 JulyProf. Tony Harland, Otago, NZ 5E-Learning23–26 Aug.Prof. John Hedberg, Mcquire, AUS 6Curriculum Development27–30 Sept.Prof. Lingan/Dr Lim C. Hin, UPSI 7Learning Motivation4 – 7 Oct.Prof. Keith Trigwell, Sydney, AUS 8Case Teaching11-13 Oct.Prof. Zainal Abidin Mohamed/TH Yaakob Ibrahim, UPM 9Project Oriented PBL23-24 Oct.Prof. Salleh Jaafar/Ir Azlan Abd Aziz, UPM 10Understanding Learning8–11 NovProf. Michael Prosser, Hong Kong 11Outcome Based Education22-25 Nov.Prof Wahid Razzaly

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54 54 CONCLUSION  Many challenges in facilitating HEIs academics in their journey to transform higher education in line with the NHESP;  To facilitate which model of academic has to be adopted to appraise, monitor, assess and evaluate academic staff teaching performance, how to develop curriculum, how to teach well, and how to promote the idea of “reflective practitioner” and “reflective institution”;  to facilitate HEIs academics to cope with the many policy reforms which entail, among others, changing not only the learning styles of every person involved but also the staff who are in direct contact with the students; and  To ensure that AKEPT’s Schemes are well supported and accepted nationally and internationally.

55 55 Thank You October 23, 2010


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