Second Day of TBI Study Program Field Assessment, Head of Study Program: Thank God it went smoothly and please pray for TBI Study Program to Get the Best Results
FITK Building, FITK NEWS Online – Independent Educational Accreditation Institute (LAMDIK) is carrying out field assessment activities at the English Language Education Study Program (TBI) Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teacher Training, Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University, Jakarta. On the second day of the assessment, various teaching and learning observations were carried out in the classroom, followed by independent examination by the two assessors.
Since the start of the field assessment, the two assessors have been committed to ensuring quality standards and suitability of the learning process in the TBI FITK UIN Jakarta Study Program. The examiners who are members of the LAMDIK assessor team consist of Prof. Dr. Anam Sutopo, S.Pd., M.Hum., Muhammadiyah University of Surakarta and Dr. Susanto, M.Pd., from Tulungagung State Islamic University.
The second day of field assessment activities began with classroom observations. The assessor team carefully observes the learning dynamics that occur, including the teaching methods used, interactions between lecturers and students, as well as the availability and use of relevant learning materials.
Furthermore, the assessor team also carried out inspections of the facilities and infrastructure in the TBI Study Program. They check the availability of facilities that support learning, including classrooms, libraries, professors' rooms, micro teaching rooms , and other facilities. This inspection is carried out to ensure that all the facilities needed to support the learning process are available properly and meet standards.
Head of TBI Study Program, Ummi Kultsum, M.Pd., Ph.D., thanked the assessor team for their hard work in carrying out this assessment process. He also expressed his hope that the results of this assessment could act as a trigger to continue to improve the quality of education in the TBI FITK UIN Jakarta Study Program.
The mother, a doctoral graduate from the University of Canberra, said that the AL process which lasted two days went well and smoothly.
"Thank God, thanks to the support from all parties, especially faculty leaders, staff, TBI lecturers, alumni and student teams, the first day of implementation of the TBI AL Study Program went well and smoothly". "Starting from the opening, mining UPPS data to interview sessions with students, alumni and graduate users in general, thank God it went smoothly," he explained with a cheerful face.
However, according to him, there were few notes from assessors regarding the completeness of the documents. "There were a few notes from the assessors to complete or update the documents, thank God, with the team's alertness and complete document support, we have completed them. "Please pray for the FITK academic community for the best results for our TBI Study Program." He said.
He hopes that the assessors' input and assessment results will become valuable input for the development of study programs in the future. He also emphasized the commitment of the TBI Study Program to continue to improve the quality of education and provide the best for students and graduate users. (MusAm)