The Teaching Professor is the lively, highly informative newsletter with a singular purpose: to provide ideas and insight to educators who are passionate about teaching. A source of cutting-edge information and inspiration for more than 10,000 educators at universities and colleges worldwide.
This seminar helps you understand how your teaching persona, the classroom dynamic, professional satisfaction, and options for communication intersect to enhance the learning and teaching environment.
New Academic Leaders: Strategies for Success is a Magna Online Course designed to help new leaders capitalize on their opportunities as change agents, and manage the challenges that arise in any position involving oversight of faculty.
This online, on-demand course will give grad students, teaching assistants, and new faculty the information and confidence they need to be an effective college instructor. Learn how to effectively design a course, create exams, manage content, increase student engagement, deal with common classroom challenges, evaluate learning, and more.
This new Magna Online Course is designed to help newly appointed or promoted academic leaders get off to a successful start in their new position. It includes information about leadership, faculty development, faculty evaluation, and more.
Explore data about a study Cipriano performed about the roles and responsibilities of the department chair over a 12-year timeframe. Trends will be analyzed over time and issues will be explored regarding the future of the roles and responsibilities of the chair.
Academic leaders and online education program managers establishing an online education program or meeting resistance to a current online education program How Can I Increase Faculty and Staff Buy-in For Online Programs? is a Magna 20-Minute Mentor that explains the contributors to resistance and provides actionable solutions that will help the viewer effectively lead change at the institution.
By exploring the tools and strategies presented, participants will be better prepared to implement coaching at their institutions, which will bolster new faculty in their new roles, reinvigorate midcareer and late career faculty, and improve teaching and learning across campus.
Adjuncts have a looser connection to your institution than your full-time faculty; it comes with the territory. But a well-supported, cohesive adjunct cohort is essential to achieving your institutionís goals for instructional quality and student outcomes. Purchase multiple copies of this book and take advantage of bulk pricing.
The College Teacherís Handbook: A Resource Collection for New Faculty provides the essential tools and information that any new teacher in higher education needs to confidently lead a college classroom.
In Faculty Development: A Resource Collection for Academic Leaders, youíll discover proven tips and insights, from top academic experts, that will help you enhance faculty development programming and training on your campus!
In this 20-minute session, you will Identify next steps to implementing coaching, whether there is currently a mentoring program in place at your institution or not.