The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Kennesaw State University and the POD Network are pleased to present the 8th Institute for New Faculty Developers
Faculty development is crucial for institutions which are becoming more student-centered and need to be more accountable to the public. As a career, it is rewarding and exciting. And yet, most people in the field entered it without proper training or a qualifying degree and have faced a steep learning curve when they were starting out.
The Institute is designed to answer questions asked by new faculty developers and to provide the resources to get them started in planning, developing, and managing programs that will be effective in strengthening teaching and learning on campus.
Participants at the Institute will learn from a group of outstanding presenters and facilitators from a diverse mix of institutions who are recognized leaders in the field.
Participants will save $150 off the regular Institute fee when registering by the Early Bird deadline of April 5, 2013. Those who register by the early bird deadline will also be included in the needs assessment, and will be able to give input as to what concurrent sessions would be most helpful to them.
Fees for this five-day program include all program activities and materials, two key resources “A Guide to Faculty Development” and “How Learning Works: 7 Research-Based Principles for Smart Teaching,” and most meals and refreshments, all at a reasonable rate.
REGISTER ONLINE HERE.
See you in Atlanta!
The Professional and Organizational Development
Network in Higher Education (POD)
Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning
Kennesaw State University
Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education