Facutly development observations - spring 2011

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Facutly development observations - spring 2011

  1. 1. OBSERVATIONS ON C2LJAM #2:FACULTY DEVELOPMENTFOR INTEGRATIVEEPORTFOLIOSCONNECT TO LEARNINGAPRIL 18, 2011
  2. 2. Forum Discussion – 4/7-4/9 Leslie Lieman (Lehman) – themes from thereadingAdoption vs. transformationLocal (class, program, department) vs.institutionalBottom up vs. top downShort-term vs. long-termImprove faculty teaching vs. improvestudent understanding/learning
  3. 3. Additional Themes Trust – willingness to take risks within acommunity that is supportive AND critical Redesign vs. just “adding on” – a moreholistic view of the “system” Ownership – From being support-driven tofaculty-driven (Nancy W., Stony Brook) Faculty’s role as a “change agent” onmultiple levels
  4. 4. Digital Stories of Students
  5. 5. Digital Stories of Faculty
  6. 6. Opportunities for Synthesis andCollaboration Lillian Rafeldt (Three Rivers CC): multiplesessions for faculty development Lehman (6 sessions ), Manhattanville (4), Pace(3), Johnson & Wales (2 w/online component),TRCC (1 plus mentoring), Tunxis (4) Additional support structures outside ofworkshops: Individual consulting (IUPUI), mentorship(Hunter), Ambassadors (Queensborough),ePortfoilio Student Team (Virginia Tech), studentmentors (Rutgers)
  7. 7. Questions to continue toexplore… How can we, in our faculty development practices,prioritize and foreground the focus on student learning?“ What practices did you see where that is the focus?What else could we be doing in this regard?“ What kinds of reflective prompts and activities are mosteffective for faculty? (e.g., SFSU’s Guiding Questions,U Delaware’s structured interview protocol) What is the evidence of success and how do wemeasure and collect this evidence?Your thoughts, questions? What’s next?

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