Practical Applications for Faculty Development Success
Gain research-backed strategies in an interactive 60-minute session to overcome faculty development challenges and implement impactful practices, fostering engaged and motivated faculty for better student success.
Date: Wednesday, March 13, 2024
Time: 1:00-2:00 PM Central
Faculty development is a cornerstone of student success and retention. It fosters better teaching, engaging students and catering to diverse learning styles. It also creates supportive environments and equips faculty with the tools to enable early interventions for struggling students.
However, faculty development can be difficult to successfully implement. Many faculty feel overworked, undervalued, and understaffed, leading to many challenging obstacles that impede them from engaging in your dedicated and important faculty development initiatives.
Start overcoming these obstacles and create engaged and motivated faculty with Practical Applications for Faculty Development Success, a live Magna Online Seminar, led by Russell Carpenter, PhD, Assistant Provost, Professor of English at Eastern Kentucky University, and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Faculty Development.
During this concise 60-minute session, Russell will share his research-backed insights into crafting impactful program development practices. He’ll delve into the prevalent challenges faced by faculty developers, emphasizing the need for adaptable, process-oriented approaches. Given the ever-evolving landscape of higher education, faculty development programs must cater to current priorities and preferred delivery methods. Russell will address these changes and how they pose challenges for faculty developers striving to envision effective program agendas.
You’ll dive into effective program development practices tailored for faculty developers. This interactive session invites you to explore and directly apply these practices within your institutional faculty development contexts. After attending this program, you’ll have actionable insights and practical applications for faculty development that can be readily transferred to real-world settings.
What are the learning goals?
Upon completion of this seminar, you’ll be able to:
- Identify challenges to faculty development program development
- Implement effective program development practices
- Apply transferable, process-oriented program development practices
Who should attend?
- Deans and Associate Deans
- Faculty Developers
- Center for Teaching & Learning Directors
- Provosts and Chief Academic Officers
- Vice Presidents
Your seminar registration includes the following:
- Access to the live online seminar on March 13, 2024
- 12-month on-demand access after the live online seminar takes place
- Written transcript
- 100% satisfaction guarantee
There is no limit to how many times the seminar is accessed while available on-demand.
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