Are you adequately providing support and development opportunities for your adjunct faculty?
Roughly two-thirds of college instruction is adjunct led, yet many colleges still fall short in providing adequate resources and quality training for their adjunct professors. Effectively supporting adjunct faculty can result in a higher quality educational experience and improved retention rates for students. As institutions rely more heavily on adjunct professors, it is essential that colleges look for new strategies to improve adjunct training, evaluation, and retention.
Join us online as our expert instructor shares some proven approaches to supporting adjunct faculty. From orientation and training to peer evaluation and incentive programs, you will gain actionable ideas for how to improve your institution’s relationships with adjunct faculty members.
Faculty developers, academic administrators, and those responsible for adjunct faculty support will learn best practices for developing, evaluating, and retaining your adjunct faculty.
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After participating in this webcast, you will be able to better engage and support your adjunct faculty.
Through her leadership in the Center for Teaching and Learning, Dr. Strickland supports Mesa Community College’s 300+ residential faculty and 1100+ adjunct faculty in ways that foster student success by promoting innovative teaching and learning through ongoing professional development and collaboration. She supports the faculty by developing, delivering, and overseeing training programs including adjunct orientation, adjunct convocation, new faculty experience, quality matters, learning spaces, iPads, and more. She also coordinates and develops training including learnshops on pedagogy, assessment, starting the semester off right, and best practices in teaching and learning.
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