"Dimensions and Structures" The first in a series of web conferences at SCoPE to engage faculty, educational developers, and administrators in conversations about educational structures and practices for professional development in higher education. http://scope.bccampus.ca/mod/forum/view.php?id=8987
Campus-Based Educational Development Nancy Randall Honorary Research Associate Vancouver Island UniversityWe’ll start at 10am PST. Meanwhile, here’s a question to ponder: What does educational development mean to you?
DIMENSIONSStructures: Models1. Volunteer 2. 5% Model VV+ V V V
DIMENSIONSStructures: Models1. Volunteer Faculty 2. Off the side of the Committee with desk” Administrator advisory, ~5% decision-making May work with ED Advisory Committee. and/or working roles.
DIMENSIONS Structures: Models 3. Part-time +++ 4. Full-time +++ V FTPT + V Consultant and/or FT Admin. Assist PT Admin. Faculty Associate V Assistant
DIMENSIONS Structures: Models3. Part-time Coordinator 4. Full-time Coordinator/ with PT Support Staff. Director with full-time May work with Administrative volunteer ED Assistant; 1 to 3 FTE Committee. TLC consultants or seconded Faculty Associates.
DIMENSIONS Structures: Models Writing Centre5. Team E-Learning 6. Integrated ED Centre
DIMENSIONS Structures: Models5. Team in the 4 to 8 FTE 6. Integrated ED units range with with one or two Coordinator/Director Directors/Deans, one and Administrative or two Managers. Units Assistant with TLC have specific focus on Consultants and/or areas such as Writing Faculty Associates. Centre, Technology, Institutional focus: Curriculum Design, curriculum design, Internationalizing the technology, program Curriculum, and many review and more. more options.
DIMENSIONS Structures: Models7. Disciplinary/ decanal/ decentralized • Medicine • Medicine • Health/ Nursing
DIMENSIONS Structures: Models7. Decentralized Disciplinary decanal units (e.g., Science, Medicine, Health). Usually one centralized office with meeting spaces and/or teaching spaces.
Distribution of ED Models 2011 Educational Development Models N=21 institutions (multiple responses from several institutions) Volunteer Advisory Committee/Peer Led 4 "Off the Side of the Desk" 1 Part-time Coordinator 2 Full-time Director 5 Educational Development Team 5Amalgamated Educational Development Units 5 Decentralized Disciplinary Decanal Units 1
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