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GRANTTOWN UNIVERSITY SOLUTIONS TO FACULTY DISENGAGEMENT AND FAULTY DEVELOPMENT BY: KEIAUNA GRANT
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AGENDA FACULTY OVERVIEW FACULTY SERVICE FACULTY OPPORTUNITIES FACUTY COHESION
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FACULTY OVERVIEW WHO & WHAT WE ARE Faculty of Service provides research Faculty Administrative provides equity, intuitional control, and decision making Instructors provides the knowledge and support
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FACULTY OVERVIEW Specific job for staff and instructors Trained faculty members
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FACULTY SERVICE WELCOMING ENCOURAGING ENGAGING UNDERSTANDING CHALLENGING
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FACULTY OPPORTUNITIES As a staff overall may become disengaged for another of reasons: Lack of financial backing . Non-tenured track availability Lack of institutional support
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FACULTY OPPORTUNITIES CONT. Limitations on instructional options Limited opportunities for traditional students and block scheduling
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FACULTY OPPORTUNITIES CONT.
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Unformatted text preview: Student and staff disengagements 1. Lack of motivation 2. Learning difficulties 3. Difficulties fitting in with peers 4. Students disengagement create stress for teachers FACULTY COHESION Bi-weekly tasks and meetings Monthly staff development functions REFERENCES North Central University. (June 2015). Academic success center: Creating A successful PowerPoint Presentation., 1-10. Pierce, S. R. (April 2014). Cautionary tales: Faculty failure and recommendations for collaboration., 123-141. Samavati, H. & Dilts, D.A. (2015). Classical views of the academy: Education in Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations. Shinn, L. D. (2014). Top down or bottom up? leadership and shared governance on campus. (46(4), 52-55) The Role of Faculty in Higher Education. CETL UW-Superior (Director). (2015). [Video/DVD]...
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