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Scott, Whitney; Lemus, Daisy; Knotts, Greg; Oh, Janet – Journal of Faculty Development, 2016
A learner-centered New Faculty Orientation (NFO) can be a powerful way to immediately engage new faculty and develop their organizational identification to the institution and its values. Unfortunately, some NFOs do not model a learner-centered philosophy and miss opportunities to establish a collaborative and celebratory tone. In this paper, we…
Descriptors: Student Centered Learning, Teacher Orientation, Organizational Culture, Teacher Persistence
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Cohn, Jenae; Stewart, Mary K.; Theisen, Cara Harwood; Comins, Dan – Journal of Faculty Development, 2016
Centers for teaching and learning (CTL) have traditionally relied upon on-campus programming to support faculty professional development, but as increasing numbers of faculty access resources and collaborate online, CTLs could do more to build online community. To meet this challenge, our team developed a website, EdTech Commons, which features…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Computer Mediated Communication, Faculty Development, College Faculty
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Teruya, Stacey Alan; Bazargan-Hejazi, Shahrzad – Journal of Faculty Development, 2014
Purpose: To determine how effective and collegial mentoring in biomedical research faculty development may be implemented and facilitated through social media. Method: The authors reviewed the literature for objectives, concerns, and limitations of career development for junior research faculty. They tabularized these as developmental goals, and…
Descriptors: Social Networks, Mentors, Biomedicine, Scientific Research
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Scott, Whitney; Lisagor, Terri; Marachi, Roxana – Journal of Faculty Development, 2009
Universities across the United States are beginning to systematically implement a paradigm shift in the way faculty are expected to teach and how students learn. Moving away from viewing the traditional role of the teacher as one whose primary job is to deliver lessons ("fill the pail" of students' brains), many college campuses are…
Descriptors: College Instruction, Educational Principles, College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes