USA hosts 5th CALOHEA national meeting

Around 160 administrators, faculty and other stakeholders from the different ASEAN member states have attended the 5th CALOHEA National Meeting at the University of San Agustin.

CALOHEA, which stands for “Measuring and Comparing Achievements of Learning Outcomes in Higher Education in Asia,” is a project that unites 31 institutions across eight countries within the ASEAN community and five countries within Europe to address issues faced by institutions in South-East Asia (SEA) Region.

It is focused on internationalization and the three recognition mechanisms (RM):1. Regional Subject-Specific Qualifications and Assessment Reference Frameworks, 2. Student Workload Measurement and 3. Authentic Assessment of Program Learning Outcomes.

The CALOHEA National Meeting is a major part of CALOHEA dissemination activities, where CALOHEA Recognition mechanisms will be showcased to important stakeholders, to promote the use of Recognition Mechanism and seek implementation plans for each nation within the project.

It also aims to bridge the knowledge gap between the Project Consortium and other relevant stakeholders in the ASEAN Higher Education community.

The National Meeting this year is being hosted by the University of San Agustin at the College of Pharmacy and Medical Technology building. It is a two-day activity of knowledge sharing and policy dialogue from top management administrators, and workshops and roundtable meetings for faculty and students.

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