ERIC Number: ED184439
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980
Reference Count: 0
Effective Approaches to Faculty Development.
Nelsen, William C., Ed.; Siegel, Michael E., Ed.
Essays are collected on faculty development programs that are felt to have positively affected both the institutions and individual faculty members. They include: Faculty Development: Promises, Realities and Needs (William C. Nelsen, Michael E. Siegel); Improving the Scholarly Climate on Campus through a Program of Small Grants (David Marker); Encouraging Faculty Learning: A Program of Study Leaves (Robert T. Voekel); Retraining and Renewing Faculty in a Time of Retrenchment (Zeddie Bowen); Renewing Faculty through Faculty Growth Planning (R. Judson Carlberg); The Teaching Consultant at Earlham (Gerald R. Bakker, Paul A. Lacey); The Teaching-Learning Center: Encouraging Faculty to Share Ideas (Barbara Helling, Erling Jorstad); Talking about Teaching: The Contributions of Senior Faculty to Junior Faculty (G. Melvin Hipps); Teaching Workshops for New Faculty Members: Aiding the Transition from Graduate School to Teaching (John F. Noonan); Common Language: A Faculty Response to Developing Specific Skills (James D. Pickering); Preparing Faculty for Teaching Core Curriculum Courses (D. Michael Rivage-Seul); Developing and Challenging Faculty through Interdisciplinary Teaching-Learning (Alvin M. White); The Role of a Faculty Committee in Facilitating Development (Alfred Romer); Corporate Faculty Development: Enhancing Collegiality on Campus (Bruce Haywood); The Consortium Approach to Faculty Development (Steven C. Scholl); In Praise of an Interdisciplinary Symposium (Milla B. Riggio); Faculty Exchange: Overcoming Academic Calcification (John Rodes); Developing a New Point of View (Robert V. Smith); Learning with a Colleague (James Ransom); Old Dog, New Tricks (Robert Menefee); Empirical Findings on Faculty Development Programs (Michael E. Siegel); and Faculty Development: Perceived Needs for the 80's (William C. Nelsen). (MSE)
Descriptors: Case Studies, College Faculty, Consortia, Consultants, Core Curriculum, Curriculum Development, Faculty Development, Higher Education, Interdisciplinary Approach, Interprofessional Relationship, Leaves of Absence, Professional Continuing Education, Professional Development, Program Descriptions, Program Evaluation, Retraining, Role Models, Skill Development, Teacher Exchange Programs, Teacher Workshops, Workshops
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Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive; Collected Works - General; Books
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association of American Colleges, Washington, DC.