Construction of Educational Quality Evaluation Index System Based on Project Management

Construction of Educational Quality Evaluation Index System Based on Project Management

Yuan Dong (College of resource and Environment, Beibu Gulf University, China), ShiLun Zhang (College of resource and Environment, Beibu Gulf University, China) and YuanLin Huang (College of resource and Environment, Beibu Gulf University, China)
Copyright: © 2020 |Pages: 11
DOI: 10.4018/IJISSS.2020040105


Project management is a sub-discipline of management. Using specialized knowledge, skills, tools, and methods in project activities enables the project to meet or exceed set requirements and desired processes under limited resource constraints. Project management is the overall monitoring and control of activities that are successful in achieving a range of goals. This includes planning, scheduling, and maintaining the progress of the activities that make up the project. A project is a one-time task that needs to be completed within a defined resource and within a limited time. Specifically, it can be a project, a service, a research topic, and an activity. Project management education reflects the characteristics of education and can better solve the problem of the quality of education personnel training and the needs of social talents. Project management education is an inevitable choice for reform.
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In recent years, European education experts have proposed a “project management” approach to education, mainly in the education of vocational colleges or universities (Riemenschneider et al., 2018). In the process of continuous integration and improvement of new and old educational means, the integration of project management education mode makes education more reasonable and efficient (Calderon et al., 2018). Under the project management education mode, the faculty mainly reflects the guiding role (Onuigbo et al., 2018). Most of the work is in the project design process, and guiding the educators to complete the project smoothly is only a small part of the project completion process (Chistol et al., 2018). The whole process is completed independently by the educated, and the team is formed at the same time. Each member collaborates to complete the actual activities and fully realize self-learning (Fadol et al., 2018). During the completion of the project, the instructor should give the educated person the opportunity to fully think and explore (Genyan et al., 2018). Relevant theoretical courses will be cut from different projects and different stages. The process of project completion is learning the theory of independent and applying what is learned.

The Drawbacks of the Traditional Way

In the past ten years of rapid development of education, it has experienced the development and improvement of traditional education mode, modern education mode and project management education mode (Peetoom et al., 2016). Traditional education, faculty, educators, textbooks, blackboards, excellent faculty members can use skilled stick figures to describe things in math problems, and finally educators still seem to understand (Allen et al., 2018). The traditional education quality evaluation concept refers to the classical lecture evaluation, usually applied: the professional content is proficient and correct; the key points are prominent, the difficulty is scattered, the logic is smooth; the education progress is in line with the teaching plan, the educational documents are complete and standardized; the classroom management effect is good, and the teaching can be taught wait for evaluation (Pu, 2018). The evaluation of traditional education quality evaluation is the faculty, and the main concern is the quality of education. The implementation and completion of the course education tasks (Stautberg et al., 2018). The fundamental problem of the traditional education quality evaluation system is that it only focuses on education and does not pay attention to learning. The traditional curriculum and its evaluation of education quality are based on the education concept of the faculty (Singh et al., 2018).

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