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Promoting Faculty Development on a Tight Budget

Faculty Development

Promoting Faculty Development on a Tight Budget

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In a dream world, every academic institution would be populated with a teaching and learning center coupled with a faculty enrichment meeting room. In fact, faculty would continually hone their skills as researchers and teachers in an engaged center on campus. Sounds great, right?

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  1. Elisabeth Schlegel January 12, 2020

    Dear Dr. Mader, thank you for your article. I would like to add another idea, adding Faculty Development as a standing agenda item onto a faculty meeting agenda. I have been implementing “educational appetizers” of about 5-10 minute length into our faculty meetings, and so far it has been a continuous effort of faculty development in miniature.
    -Elisabeth Schlegel
    elisabeth.schlegel@hofstra.edu

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