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Institutional Outcomes

Student Right to Know Act

For information regarding quality standards, policies and procedures for evaluation and accreditation please refer to the Planning and Institutional Evaluation Department. Email: pdi@unibe.edu.do.

The following guide explains the different evaluations in order to guarantee quality standars.

Our University aims to achieve educational innovation through multiple strategies, activities, and efforts. Teachers and students are encouraged to develop competencies and to work together to achieve common goals in different settings and challenging learning  environments by using innovative resources and technology effectively.

The principles of UNIBE’s educational model comprise:

  • Significant learning
  • Cooperative learning
  • Increased responsibility and accountability on the part of the student

Throughout the academic experience, UNIBE promotes:

  • Leadership and entrepreneurship
  • Creativity and innovation
  • Values
  • Service learning

At our Educational Innovation Department, there is a team in charge of organizing faculty development programs. Professors participate in these workshops and institutes designed to help them plan their courses according to the philosophy of our pedagogical model. Opportunities are available for faculty to develop effective teaching skills and to use technology in their classrooms. 

Problem based learning, Case studies, and simulations are three of the teaching strategies that are being used in classrooms by teachers who have been previously trained and observed by a mentor/colleague. The experience with these three approaches has proven to have a positive impact on student learning.

Our Educational Technology team work with faculty to support the design, implementation, and evaluation of learning processes in virtual environments using Moodle. Classroom face-to-face courses use virtual learning environments to enrich the students’ experience. Selected courses are being designed for blended learning, part of the content is taught in the classroom and other parts online.