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CRITERION 5. STUDENT ASSESSMENT 

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Title of evidences

Summary

Exh.5-01

 

 

 

Student Enrollment Project

Student entrance assessment tests are taken place in July annually according to the regulation of Ministry of Education and Training (MoET). High school candidates have to take a National Entrance Examination with some required subjects depending on their majors, for example the FME require “Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry” subjects.

Exh.5-02

Regulations of AAO on Entrance English placement tests

Admitted students have to take an English placement test in the beginning of the school year. If they don’t meet the preliminary requirement of English, they have to take some intermediate English courses.

Exh.5-03

 

Samples of students’ presentations and reports.

The assessment is undertaken through courses with different methods: examination, report, homework, presentation, etc. The assessment contents have to link to course syllabi and cover every course learning outcomes.

Exh.5-04

Sample products of students from some course projects

In some courses, Students have to do course projects, experiments and practice. The teachers base on their products to do student assessment, they can check and evaluate the capability of students to apply learning knowledge to reality.

Exh.5-05

 

 

Regulations on graduation requirements

In order to accomplish the programme, MET students have to earn 140 credits of courses and another 10 credits of capstone project. They also have to do graduation practice in the last year to gain more working experience for their future jobs.

Exh.5-06

Regulations on Capstone Projects

The capstone project can be registered in the last semester when students successfully accumulate at least 132 credits. Students are supposed to do their graduation thesis in 15 weeks. They are also encouraged to choose topics and supervisors on their own. All the procedure for topic registration, implementation process, progress reports (weekly report to supervisors, intermediate report and final report) is publicly announced to students at the beginning of each semester.

Exh.5-07

 

 

Capstone Projects implementation processes for MET students

Exh.5-08

Lists of capstone projects and Defense Committees

Some projects that students have done in the last few years. They also have to defense their reports in front of the department committee. The evaluation committee may also have other invited stakeholders such as teachers from other related departments and employers as well. The committee will evaluate their performance using the structured evaluation form.

Exh.5-09

 

 

Rubric for capstone projects evaluation

Exh.5-10

 

 

 

Samples of courses’ syllabi

The students assessment methods are documented in the official MET programme files promulgated by the FME and in the course portfolio written by teachers. Students can refer these assessment criteria in Students’ Handbook. At the first class, teachers introduce the syllabus and examination and assessment methods to students.

Exh.5-11

Rubrics for the evaluation of course projects and presentation in the course portfolios

Course projects would require for reports and presentation. Evaluation standard will rely on rubrics which are designed separately according to each course.

Exh.5-12

Rubrics for course evaluation in the course portfolios

Some rubrics also used for analyzing and evaluating courses - matrix analyzing the correlation between programme ELOs and CLOs, matrix correlates CLOs and assessment tools and methods – are well prepared in each course portfolio.

Exh.5-13

Different assessment and testing methods and their corresponding grade ratio (Course portfolios)

Accurate evaluation of students’ progress in term of acquired knowledge, skills and other learning activities is essential. The MET department always encourages teachers to use different assessment tools and methods and they should be described clearly in the course syllabi.

Exh.5-14

 

 

 

 

Samples of assessment and testing question types

Possible assessment tools and methods could be:

-  Multiple choice questions

-  Writing examinations

-  Presentations

-  Oral examinations

-  Attendance, discussion, assignment

-  Homework

-  Team-work activities

-  Formative and summative assessments

Exh.5-15

 

 

Lists of course projects and Defense Committees

All students have to accomplish three course projects (Project on Theory of machine and machine design, Control and Drive Project, Project of Mechatronics systems) and a capstone project. Students have to defense their projects in front of the department committee.

Exh.5-16

 

 

Assessment of social responsibility for students

In addition to learning activities, students are also assessed through social activities, activities of Student Association and Youth Union or public activities. Office of Student Affairs will grade their attendance in term of moral conduct score in each activity in every semester.

Exh.5-17

 

Regulation for student grants

In order to encourage student to attend more extracurricular activities, “social score” is an important criterion to grant scholarship every semester and for graduation approval.

Exh.5-18

Samples of courses’ portfolios and lecture notes

All course syllabi have course learning outcomes (CLO). Each CLO has to support specific ELOs of the programme. The contents of each chapter, homework, formative and summative assessment have to cover all the announced CLOs.

Exh.5-19

 

Lab regulation

Students have to strictly follow the regulations when they enter any experiment/practice laboratories and workshops for safety reasons and professional attitudes.

Exh.5-20

Rubrics for evaluation of presentation, report (soft skills)

Soft skills can also be assessed through independent working capability and work in teams in courses that require students to do reports and presentation.

Exh.5-21

 

 

HCMUTE regulation for course evaluation.

The program content highlights the self-study capability and the engagement of students into the learning process. Hence, the program is designed to increase the self-study time at home, raise the percentage of formative assessment from 20-30% to 50%

Exh.5-22

 

 

HCMUTE Procedure on making exam questions

With delegation from head of MET department, team leader of a subject can hold a meeting at the end of the semester to discuss the testing contents, delegate a teacher in group to design an exam task. The final exam task will then be sent to the head of department for approval.

Exh.5-23

 

FME regulation on preparing exam questions and answers

The final exams and their answers have to be publicized to students after the examination on the FME’s website or on the academic bulletin board of the MET department.

Exh.5-24

 

 

 

HCMUTE Procedure on grading and regarding

After the official testing date of a course, teachers have one-week deadline to grade and input the results on the OAA’s website. Students also have the same deadline period to request for re-grading if they do not satisfy with the first result. To ensure for objectiveness and fairness for students, re-grading process will be done by a different teacher who also teaches that course. The final results will be announced to each student.

Exh.5-25

HCMUTE Regulation on graduation approval

To be approved for graduation, students have to gain enough required credits and have the accumulated GPA above 5.0 (based on the 10.0 grading scale). Moreover, students also have to fulfill required English outcome and social activities.

Exh.5-26

OAA Regulation on classifying students’ graduation rank

The OAA bases on the accumulated GPA to classify students’ graduation rank.

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