Quality Assurance in Education: Volume 32 Issue 2


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Enhancing the assessment and the feedback in higher education

Kasun Gomis, Mandeep Saini, Mohammed Arif, Chaminda Pathirage

Lack of appropriate student support and drawbacks in academic progression signify the importance of enhancing assessment and feedback in higher education (HE). Although assessment…

Online learning effectiveness in private higher education institutions: the mediating roles of emotions and students’ learning behaviour

Ai Na Seow, Siew Yong Lam, Yuen Onn Choong, Chee Keong Choong

The purpose of this study is to investigate students’ attitudes, self-efficacy and emotional behaviour associated with online learning and the effectiveness of online learning.

Teacher growth mindset and ICT integration in Indonesian classrooms: insights from in-service and preservice teacher programs

Fiskia Rera Baharuddin, Amiruddin Amiruddin, Nurlaela Nurlaela, Wirawan Setialaksana

This study explores the relationships among multiple factors, including growth mindset, lifelong learning and continuous professional development (CPD), influencing teachers’…

Quality assurance: a conceptual framework for teaching and learning standards in vocational and technical education programs

Satumari John Wafudu, Yusri Bin Kamin

The issue of quality assurance in vocational and technical education (VTE) programs identifies a perilous need to develop a conceptual framework for teaching and learning…

Advice from the editor’s desk: an introductory guide to success in education publishing

Jeffrey W. Alstete, Heidi Flavian

This study aims to investigate basic/core principles and practical tools behind successful manuscript writing for education journals. Drawing on the insights of journal editors…

Smart choice with smart device: the use of apps in accelerated online education for nontraditional students

Lei Wen, Danya Mi

Based on student responses to a set of customized questionnaires, this study aims to present evidence that while student evaluations of instructors and courses remain consistent…

Quality in preschools through systematic quality work – a principal’s perspective

Ingela Bäckström, Pernilla Ingelsson, Anna Mårtensson, Kristen M. Snyder

The purpose of this paper is to explore existing and desired methodologies for systematic quality work to promote quality in preschools from the principal’s perspective.

Managing quality assurance at community colleges in Ontario, Canada: experiences and perspectives of front-line quality managers

Laura Jarrell, Dale Kirby

This paper aims to examine the roles of quality managers at community colleges, their experiences balancing accountability and improvement and their insights into the future of…

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