Professional Learning and Faculty Development
“Participants who amass a more extensive faculty development history … show measurably larger changes in their teaching than faculty whose participation is slight, such as a single department workshop on the same topic,” the book says. Faculty development experiences stemming from informal, self-directed improvement efforts matter as well, “probably because faculty engage in their own development as teachers over time, in recurring contexts ranging from rating portfolios, to evaluating colleagues’ performance in class or being evaluated themselves, to participating in departmental efforts to reform curricula for majors.”
From: Faculty Development and Student Learning: Assessing the Connections (Indiana University Press) written by William Condon (see article)
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This is just a few of the top Faculty Development opportunities.
General Employee Development Calendar – Overall calendar of training offerings covering an array of available and mandatory training for Fleming employees.
Sabbaticals – Information on the Fleming HR webpage on sabbaticals, how to quality, how to apply, and additional information on how sabbaticals are approved and managed.