Outcome-based education or outcomes-based education (OBE) is an educational theory that bases each part of an educational system around goals (outcomes). By the end of the educational experience, each student should have achieved the goal. There is no single specified style of teaching or assessment in OBE; instead, classes, opportunities, and assessments should all help students achieve the.
OUTCOMES-BASED EDUCATION IN SOUTH AFRICA SINCE 1994: POLICY OBJECTIVES AND IMPLEMENTATION COMPLEXITIES by MMORI BENJAMIN MOKHABA Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the degree PHILOSOPHIAE DOCTOR (PUBLIC AFFAIRS) In the Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences University of Pretoria Promoter: Prof. Dr. N.L. Roux.
CURRICULUM REFORM IN SOUTH AFRICA: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF OUTCOMES-BASED EDUCATION (1) ABSTRACT Since South Africa's first national democratic elections in 1994, the Government of National Unity has issued several curriculum-related reforms intended to democratise education and eliminate inequalities in the post-apartheid education system.
Outcome Based Education (OBE) - Trend Review RashaEldeeb and NishaShatakumari Department of Physiology, Gulf Medical University (GMU), Ajman, UAE.. ended and should not be constrained by outcomes and that education should be valued for its own sake, not because it leads to some outcome.
OBJECTIVES IN LESSON PLAN OUTCOMES IN THE OUTCOMES-BASED EDUCATION (OBE) Objectives are intended results or consequences of instruction, curricula, programs, or activities Outcomes are achieved results or consequences of what was learned; i.e., evidence that learning took place They focused on specific types ofperformances that students are expected to demonstrate at the end of instruction.
South Africa is another country that had introduced an outcomes-based approach to curriculum development. Of interest, as occurred in the US following the introduction of OBE, is that there is also opposition to what has become the new orthodoxy in designing the intended curriculum.
A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF OUTCOMES BASED EDUCATION IN AUSTRALIA AND SOUTH AFRICA by MERRYL CHERYNE WILLIAMSON Submitted in accordance of the requirements for the degree of MASTERS OF EDUCATION in the subject of COMPARATIVE EDUCATION at the UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA, PRETORIA SUPERVISOR: PROFESSOR EM LEMMER NOVEMBER 2000.
Outcome-based Education is educational approach that merely focused on outcomes. It gives emphasis on what the students should attain or learn at the end of the course. It is a nice approach for it is a learner-centered. Outcome-based education also emphasizes to student's future role such as being productive worker or a responsible citizen.
Outcome-based education incorporates the principles of mastery learning but goes beyond them to be concerned with what students are to learn and why. Spady and Marshall use the term traditional OBE for OBE programs in which the outcomes are defined as mastery of traditional subject matter: English, mathematics, science, and so on (Spady and Marshall 1991).
The first curriculum change in South African Education namely Curriculum 2005 involved a radical shift in the pedagogical system towards a competence-based approach Outcomes Based Education (OBE), in which the main focus was on the assessment of outcomes. The latest curriculum change namely the National Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statements.
Curriculum, Outcomes-Based Education, South Africa, Postmodern Policy Analysis 1. Introduction This paper explores South African school curriculum policy as a platform to discuss the success or failure of educational policy. An examination of policies in.
Outcome-based Education Denice Joan M. Montoya, R.N. Outcome-based education is the trend in today’s curriculum. It is currently favored internationally in countries such as Canada, South Africa, New Zealand, and United States (Malan, 2004, cited by Butler, 2004).
An outcomes based approach to education dates back some 500 years to craft guilds of the Middle Ages in Europe in the form of apprenticeship training models and there are many examples still in p.
South African Education Before and After 1994.. in South African higher education. Based on the success rates of institutions,. with unpredictable outcomes.
Designing and Implementing OBL in a Linguistic Course: a Case Study 3.1 Background: The Outcome-based Learning (OBL) Project At the Hong Kong Institute of Education, the English Department has been carrying out an Outcome-based Learning Project from September 2008 to June 2011 aimed at implementing OBL in the Bachelor of Education (English Language) programme.South Africa has replaced the existing education system, known as Bantu education policy, by gradually phasing in an Outcomes-Based Education (OBE) approach. South Africa went through a system of apartheid, which was deliberately designed to undermine the majority of the people in the country, especially black majority.The outcomes approach is embedded in and a direct resultant of the electoral mandate. Contained below is a summary of the process that contextualises the Cabinet approved outcomes. Step 1: The Ruling Party’s election manifesto identified five priority areas: decent work and sustainable livelihoods, education, health, rural development, food security and land reform and the fight against.