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2019 - Strategic Priorities (The possible projects of NIDA HUB)

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2020 - Strategic Priories (The possible projects of NIDA initiative learning platform, NIDA-ILP)

Prioritization of new prototypes

Our team has discussed how we can help both lecturers and students to close the gaps due to COVID-19 consequences, all teaching materials and lecturing methods have to be in an online platform. While easiness of learning online is founded, decreasing in social and emotional well-being is the new problem in NIDA bangkok campus.We performed testing on two prototypes with different ideas. The first prototype is about activities that engage not only students but also lecturers in order to increase alertness of students for preparing to learn, reflection in the class, critical thinking via discussion and leadership competency. Secondly, it is about the grading system that controls student emotions, in off-line and online platforms. After asking faculty champions, it seems that activities for online are favoured and have many potential to make an impact toward the learning experience of students.On the other hand, individual grading systems may be impossible because students have to be measured according to the lecturer point of view. They assume that all students should be able to accomplish their requirement, regardless of their background knowledge and their past capability. As a result, we have set 3 strategic work packages including developing the various games which every game has been categorized into different usage. Some games may help learners be ready for their lesson while others may act as a tool for extracting the new idea. To ensure the lists of games is valid, empathising the student or lectures can get to know their customer journey and how they feel about the game. Last but not least, Scaling it up into the policy of the institute will create a significant change for teaching and lecturing experiences.

Milestone

11 Oct 2020 Deliverables

  1. Approved prototype plan
  2. VDO presentation
  3. Approved change
  4. Lists of resource breakdown

25 Oct 2020 Deliverables

  1. Approved change
  2. Lists of resource breakdown
  3. Progression report 1 (Documents)
  • Weekly progression report with Jeniee, Fellows and faculty champions

8 Nov 2020 Deliverables

  1. Approved change
  2. Lists of resource breakdown
  3. Progression report 2 (Documents)
  4. lessons learned
  • Weekly progression report with Jeniee, Fellows and faculty champions

22 Nov 2020 Deliverables

  1. Approved change
  2. Lists of resource breakdown
  3. Progression report 3 (Documents)
  4. lessons learned
  • Weekly progression report with Jeniee, Fellows and faculty champions

6 Dec 2020 Deliverables

  1. Approved change
  2. Lists of resource breakdown
  3. Progression report 4 (Documents)
  4. lessons learned
  5. Project advancement reports
  • Weekly progression report with Jeniee, Fellows and faculty champions

14 Dec 2020 Deliverables

  1. Check point all requirements
  2. Presentation materials
  3. Project progression


2021 - Strategic Priorities

Waris Phusae

Keynote (Idea)

Supporting students in becoming more self-assured by learning by doing.

Change Strategies
  • Public speaking club - Encouraging students to join the club in order to improve communication skills.
  • Bringing in a well-known speaker to share their skills and experiences.
  • Get comments and make changes as needed.
  • Students should be taught by a public speaking expert.


Kamolporn Bannasitrat

Keynote (Idea)

Encouraging students and teachers to have a good relationship with each other can make students in the classroom more self-confident and independent, which is important as Thai people are less self-assured.

Change Strategies

  • Teachers set the short activities in the class like an online Kahoot game to help students review the lesson in that class and understand correctly.
  • Teachers allow students to talk to the class openly to makes them get more ideas without judging the others' opinions.
  • Teachers take the students on field trips outside the classroom where they are related to the lesson to create a good relationship and cultivate shared experiences together.
  • Teachers encourage student to boost their self-confidence by presenting the term project confidently in front of the classroom.


Watcharasak Sudla

Keynote (Idea)

Because NIDA (our institution) is a graduate school that only offers instruction at higher levels, feedback from students sometimes cannot fully go back to instructors. Students and teachers should be promoted by student voices channels.

Change Strategies

  • Teachers should access students by understanding individual differences such as using student surveys to collect student characteristics.
  • Encourage or change teacher mindset about engaging students.
  • Teachers use online or paper-based platforms to collect student voices. Beyond to the questionnaire method, teachers can collect data from their perspective via in-depth interviews.
  • Analyze the data and use it for changing or modifying classroom settings every week.
  • Co-design for changing the instruction methods under the collaboration among teachers.
  • Allow student to share their thoughts, feels, and behavior freely without judging students.
3 prioritzed tools using in developing prototype

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