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"Development on Demand©" was created specifically for Park University faculty at a distance to be used as a workshop with their Campus Center Faculty. "Development on Demand©" is high quality presentations and resources on various teaching and learning topics.
The Presidential Leadership Program for Women Faculty, facilitated by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, provides a venue for women faculty to define and pursue leadership excellence in their academic careers.
This page has been created by CETL to help new (and existing) Park University Faculty succeed. The page provides a wealth of information in a centralized webpage. On this page you will find links to plagiarism resources, best practices, links to the Kansas City and Parkville communities, University offices, calendars, area libraries, and more. If you have any comments or suggestions to make this page better for new faculty please contact us at email@example.com.
The Faculty Enhancement Series is intended to create an inclusive, cross disciplinary venue for Park University faculty, students, and experts outside the institution, to exchange their teaching knowledge and expertise. Each year, Park University faculty are surveyed to determine the topic of most relevance and important to their teaching and professional enhancement. The faculty-driven theme is presented throughout the year in a combination of formats including: student panel discussion, faculty panel discussion, faculty peer exchange, guest lecturer, and more.
The Faculty Enhancement Series also provides information, resources, texts, highlights, and useful webliographies related to the select topic. While the theme changes annually, to stay current and relevant to all faculty needs and interests, all elements of this series are combined to enhance faculty professional vitality and contributions to their teaching practice.
Current topic: Scholarship on Teaching and Learning
Previous topics: Critical Thinking and Student Motivation
Quick Tips are brief resources to enhance instructional effectiveness, encourage the incorporation of effective assessment techniques, and promote the innovative use of technology in the classroom.
The Course Design Remix Series will include topics to aid faculty in becoming reflective practitioners, providing resources to help incorporate featured topics for classroom inclusion (i.e. effectively incorporating podcasts into our teaching, utilizing case study method teaching to engage learners, etc.)
The series will dedicate time specifically for experiential, hands-on application for direct course revisions, improvements and additions to course syllabi, assignments and evaluations.
The first workshop was held on August 9, 2007 and was on the Case Study Method.