Universiti Tenaga Nasional College of Engineering Outcome Based Education Implementation Handbook College of Engineering




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            Universiti Tenaga Nasional



College of Engineering Outcome Based Education Implementation Handbook


              College of Engineering
              Outcome Based Education Task Force




Date

20 April 2006

Release Status

Draft

Revision No.

1.0



Acknowledgement




College of Engineering OBE Task Force


  1. Dr Mohd. Zamri Yusoff (Dean, College of Engineering)

  2. Dr Razali Jidin (Deputy Dean, College of Engineering)

  3. Assoc. Prof. Dr Ramli Jaya (Head of Department, Electrical Eng. Dept)

  4. Dr Mohd Azree Idris (Head of Department, Mechanical Eng. Dept)

  5. Ir Dr Lariyah Mohd Sidek (Head of Department, Civil Eng. Dept)

  6. Dr Izham Zainal Abidin (Chairman, COE OBE Task Force)

  7. Dr Norshah Hafeez Shuaib (Mechanical Eng. Dept)

  8. Adzly Anuar (Mechanical Eng. Dept)

  9. Faris Tarlochan (Mechanical Eng. Dept)

  10. Dr Ungku Anisah Ungku Amiruddin Al Amin (Electrical Eng. Dept)

  11. Dr Miszaina Osman (Electrical Eng. Dept)

  12. Dr Fazrena Azli Hamid (Electrical Eng. Dept)

  13. Norashidah Md Din (Electrical Eng. Dept)

  14. Rohayu Che Omar (Civil Eng. Dept)

  15. Ir Zulkifli Mohd Yusof (Civil Eng. Dept)

Table of Contents


Acknowledgement 2

Nonclementure 8

OBE 8

Outcome Based Education 8

COE 8

College of Engineering 8

EE 8

Electrical Electronics Engineering 8

EP 8

Electrical Power Engineering 8

ME 8

Mechanical Engineering 8

CE 8

Civil Engineering 8

PEO 8

Programme Education Objectives 8

PO 8

Programme Outcome 8

CO 8

Course Outcome 8

UNITEN 8

Universiti Tenaga Nasional 8

IHL 8

Institute of Higher Learning 8

EAC 8

Engineering Accreditation Council 8

MQF 8

Malaysian Qualifications Framework 8

1.0 Executive Summary 9

2.0 What is Outcome Based Education 10

2.1. General Building blocks of OBE 11

2.2. Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) 11

2.3. Programme Outcome (PO) 12

2.4. Course Outcome (CO) 12

3.0 General OBE Framework 13

4.0 College of Engineering OBE Implementation Plan 14

5.0 UNITEN Mission, Vision and Philosophy 15

5.1. UNITEN Vision 15

5.2. UNITEN Mission 15

5.3. UNITEN Philosophy 15

6.0 Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) 16

6.1. PEO1: UNITEN produces Engineering Graduate that have strong fundamental engineering knowledge and technically competent in their respective fields. 16

6.1.1. Link this PEO to: 17

6.1.2. Underlying assumptions of PEO: 18

6.1.3. Definitions: 18

6.1.4. Key phrases: 18

6.1.5. Assessment 19

6.2. PEO2: UNITEN produces Engineering Graduate that uphold professional attitudes and ethics necessary in fulfilling their responsibilities towards the Almighty, clients and the society. 20

6.2.1. Link this PEO to: 20

6.2.2. Underlying assumptions of PEO: 20

6.2.3. Definitions: 21

6.2.4. Key phrases: 21

6.2.5. Assessment 22

6.3. PEO3: UNITEN produces Engineering Graduate that are innovative and creative in conceiving, designing and executing broad range of engineering tasks locally and globally. 23

6.3.1. Link this PEO to: 23

6.3.2. Underlying assumptions of PEO: 24

6.3.3. Definitions: 24

6.3.4. Key phrases: 25

6.3.5. Assessment 25

6.4. PEO4: UNITEN produces Engineering Graduate that meet industry expectations with excellent communication and leadership skills and capable of undertaking life-long learning. 26

6.4.1. Link this PEO to: 26

6.4.2. Underlying assumptions of PEO: 27

6.4.3. Definitions: 27

6.4.4. Key phrases: 27

6.4.5. Assessment 28

7.0 Programme Outcome (PO) 29

7.1. PO1: Ability to acquire and apply knowledge of mathematics, sciences and engineering fundamentals 31

7.2. PO2: Acquiring in-depth technical competence in their respective engineering discipline; 32

7.3. PO3: Ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering related problems; 33

7.4. PO4: Ability to design a system, components or processes to meet desired needs within realistic constraints and evaluate operational performance 34

7.5. PO5: Aware of professional and ethical responsibilities; 35

7.6. PO6: Ability to communicate effectively 37

7.7. PO7: Ability to function as an effective team player with the capability to lead; 38

7.8. PO8: Understand social, cultural, global and environmental responsibilities of a professional engineer and recognize the need for sustainable development 40

7.9. PO9: Ability to undertake life-long learning and attain knowledge of contemporary issues. 41

7.10. PO10: Ability to function effectively in the industrial environment 42

8.0 Matrices 43

9.0 Course Outcomes 49

9.1. Tips on Writing Course Outcomes 49

9.2. Bloom’s Taxonomy 50

9.2.1. Cognitive Domain [1] 52

9.2.2. Affective Domain [2] 54

9.2.3. Psychomotor Domain [3] 56

10.0 Delivery Methods 58

10.1. GUIDELINES ON DELIVERY METHODS FOR OUTCOME-BASED EDUCATION 58

10.1.1. Introduction 58

10.1.2. Teaching methods 58

10.1.3. The importance of Student-Centered Learning 60

10.1.4. Active Learning (AL) 61

10.1.5. Cooperative Learning (CL) 63

10.1.6. Common problems related to CL/AL implementation [3], [4] 65

10.1.7. Overview of Problem-Based Learning (PBL) 66

10.1.8. The Traditional Way: Some Lecturing Tips 67

11.0 Assessment Methods 70

11.1. Five guiding principles 70

11.2. Field-tested Learning Assessment Guide (FLAG) 70

11.2.1. What Is Assessment? 71

11.2.2. Why perform assessment? 73

11.2.3. Why do assessment in a particular way? 73

11.2.4. Assessment within the Broader Context of Course Development: A More In-Depth Look at Assessment - The Holistic View 74

11.2.4.1. Assessment Drives Course Development 74

11.2.4.2. Assessment Is Feedback for both Students and Instructors 74

11.2.4.3. A Charge to Change 75

11.2.4.4. Classroom Assessment Techniques (CAT’s) 75

11.2.4.5. Tips on Tests 78

11.2.4.6. Tips for quantitative problem-solving test 78

11.2.4.7. Tips for Multiple-Choice Test 79

11.2.4.8. Tips for Essay Test 80

12.0 Feedback Methods 81

12.1. Evaluation (Feedback) Methods 81

12.2. PEO Evaluation Tools 81

12.2.1. PEO Evaluation Tool: Alumni Survey 81

12.2.2. PEO Evaluation Tool: Employers’ Survey 82

12.2.3. PEO Evaluation Tool: Input from Industrial Advisory Committee 82

12.2.4. PEO Evaluation Tool: PEOs Students’ Survey (Student’s Exit Survey) 82

12.3. PO Evaluation Tools 83

12.3.1. PO Evaluation Tool: Course Embedded Evaluation 83

12.3.2. PO Evaluation Tool: Course Exit Survey (Course Feedback) 83

13.0 Samples of OBE implementation for Course 84

13.1. Course Outcome Sample 85

Course Code 85

Course Title 85

Assessments Methods 87

Outline of Syllabus 87

References 87

13.2. Course Feedback Form 88

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 88

SEMESTER 1, 2006/2007 88

14.0 References 93

14.1. Blooms Taxonomy 93

14.1.1. Online references: 93

14.1.2. Offline References: 94

14.2. Teaching methods 95

14.2.1. Online references 95

14.2.2. Offline References 96

14.3. Assessment 97

Appendices 98
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