EAPAA

European Association for Public Administration Accreditation

VII. Working Group on Public Administration Education

WG Programme Coordinators:

Calin Hintea, Babes-Bolyai University, Department of Public Administration, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

E-mail:hintea@fspac.ro

Roger Hamlin, Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA

E-mail:hamlin@msu.edu

The object of the Working Group is Public Administration Education in its broadest sense (curriculum development, curriculum technology, e-learning, teaching technology, best practices, research on education, quality assurance, modern management of public administration programmes, a.s.o.).

The Working Group focuses on those interested in public administration education because they are in charge of public administration programmes, manage public administration departments or like to share experiences with public administration teaching.

For the paper sessions we are inviting papers dealing with curriculum development, curriculum technology, e-learning, teaching technology, education best practices, research on education, quality assurance, and modern management of public administration programmes.

For the 2016 Conference the coordinators will propose a special focus on strategic issues related to the development of public administration programmes in Europe and the US.

In line with NISPAcee requirements, all papers should also include a recommendation or practical points for practitioners - in this case, your colleagues teaching Public Administration.

One sessions of the WG will be organized as the Dean's Panel:

Dean’s panel

(organised by the European Association for Public Administration Accreditation in collaboration with the PA Teaching Working Group)

The constant modernisation and evaluation of PA/PM educational programmes are a prime concern of all who are responsible for managing these programmes. On the panel we will discuss key issues in the management of PA programmes, including the internationalisation of the programmes and their staff, structural changes of curricula (national versus international) and the effects of new technologies on PA teaching. The panel follows up on issues discussed at the plenary on Thursday morning.

In addition to the deans and heads of programmes, we invite everyone who is interested in the development of the programmes, their quality management and evaluation.

Speakers:

Calin Hintea, Babeş – Bolyai University, Cluj

Tiina Randma, Talinn University of Technology

Taco Brandsen, European Association for Public Administration Accreditation


 
 
 

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