With the right programming, you can make sure that your faculty have access to and actually use the professional development resources they need in order to remain compliant and relevant. This presentation covers the major points of inservice program development, from goal setting and generating faculty buy-in to logistics and content management.
Learn an approach to distance education evaluation based on 50 years of research into the principles of effective teaching. This concise and content-rich video will show you the different evidence evaluators seek when reviewing good online teaching and the different techniques for reviewing online educators.
Explore the features of a holistic approach that aligns the selection, training, support, and evaluation of online-teaching peer mentors. Learn about the considerations of working with adjunct and/or geographically remote faculty and how to address their particular concerns.
Learn how to communicate with faculty about expectations for their performance. Examine how the hiring, training, development, and evaluation of online faculty can come together in a holistic approach that reinforces these teaching competencies.
Learn the difference between the design elements of a course and the instructional interactions done in the online classroom that count as teaching practices. Identify the five key online teaching behaviors from your Learning Management System.
Learn just how much information adjuncts require about your institution, your administrative processes, your pedagogical expectations, and their developmental opportunities.
Learn how to focus your developmental offerings on the topics that will benefit your adjuncts most; you’ll consider the most effective delivery methods for this far-flung and difficult-to-schedule constituency; and you’ll learn how to provide meaningful incentives for adjuncts to participate in training.