Ask yourself these 15 questions:
- Is your faculty development program based on a strategic plan?
- Is the program a process that offers carry-over training from session to session?
- Does the process include consistent follow-up during faculty/department meetings with various support strategies and materials?
- Does each session result in improved instructional delivery methods and enhanced learning experiences for students?
- Does the training program tie directly to the classroom observation process?
- Does the program offer individual assessments of teaching skills and the development of performance goals?
- Does the program establish and reinforce overall faculty instructional standards?
- Are you pleased with the faculty’s level of preparation for teaching?
- Do your instructors understand their role in the overall school’s success?
- Are your students eager to attend classes each day?
- Does your faculty development program target and support specific competencies appropriate for your students?
- Does your program involve all faculty members?
- Do you and your faculty have instant access to your faculty development program and all support materials?
- Does your faculty development program encourage instructors to work together as a team and encourage each other?
- Is every class a dynamic learning experience for students?
IF YOU’VE ANSWERED “NO” TO ANY OF THE
15 QUESTIONS ABOVE, YOU NEED PIE?
“Pursuing Instructional Excellence” bases its title in the conviction that
TRAINING IS NOT AN EVENT; IT’S A PROCESS!
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